Black curtain rails

curtains 1 curtains 2 curtains 3curtains 6When working with curtains and how to hang those I always go as high up to the ceiling as possible and preferably also use rails that you can´t even see when the curtains are closed. The typical hotel curtain look if you know what I mean. For the passed months I´ve been more and more intrigued by using black rails instead and letting them become a part of the installation. The apartment featured here is a great example of that. It adds character to the room and I really like seeing not only the same solution everywhere. What do you think, do you like it? Had to put some non-curtain images of the kitchen in there as well as it looked so nice.

If you are interested in trying a similar solution you can for example find it at for example Artilleriet or at Ikea.. And to see the rest of this overall inspiring apartment for sale you can find it here. 

Home found via Seventeen Doors and Johanna Bradford with thanks. 

In the air

Current winds…

Mix of Pinterest & Instagram finds, for example interior 1. Jean Royère, 2. Kitchen by Louise Liljencrantz, 6. sculptures via AnnaLeena, 8. Vincent Van Duysen, 9. Joseph Dirand 10. Oliver Gustav. 

Shine so bright

Screen Shot 2017-07-11 at 22.18.56 Screen Shot 2017-07-11 at 22.19.30 Screen Shot 2017-07-11 at 22.20.12 Screen Shot 2017-07-11 at 22.20.41 Screen Shot 2017-07-11 at 22.21.10Not only is she super sweet but AnnaLeena Karlsson is also one who keeps on impressing me every time. She recently relaunched her showroom & shop in a bigger space and keeps on showing new work that just keeps on getting better and better. This apartment will be on sale in August and is one of AnnaLeenas latest assignments. Perfect light and airy vibes. And no red wine aloud.

At home with Louise Liljencrantz

lo 1 lo 2 lo 3 lo 4 lo 5 lo 6 Screen Shot 2017-06-22 at 10.23.15 lo 7I don´t think I ever posted these images once they where released so for the ones who have not yet seen them you are really in for a treat. This is the home of super talented interior designer Louise Liljencrantz. So stylish, beautiful and serene. Perfectly captured by one of my favorite photographers to work with, Erik Lefvander.

Via Est Living with thanks.