Hope you all have had a great start to the year! Just now I´m sitting in bed after a good night´s sleep with both my children having a very slow and cozy morning. Them with iPads and me with the computor, probably one moment away from breakfast time.
With the new year there is a lot of fun expectations and wishes of what to come and I also really like looking back at the year that passed and what that year was about and what will probably stay with us for some time still. One of the things that I´m sure we will keep on seeing more of are the neutral colors in different shades and tones. Brown, creme and grey with the allowance of darker wood instead of the often very fair Scandi versions. All accompanied with branches of different seasons. The first example (pic 1-6) of this is perfectly captured by photographer Pia Ulin & stylist Lotta Agaton. And the second one (pic 7-10) by photographer Marcus Lawett & stylist Hans Blomquist. Neutral, natural & simply lovely.
I so wish that I could share some of the amazing houses that we are visiting while being here but out of respect for our friends there will only be some snapshots here and there on Instagram & maybe, hopefully in the future I´m coming back to do a full story of all the loveliness going on over here. I just love walking around looking at all the houses, every single one has got something new to take in and admire. Just love it.
This specific house is in Menorca, Spain and I love the spiciness to it.
Last night´s sunset that was our first view when arriving after a long flight and no sleep. There is something about the light here, falling in love with it every time.
Pics Via Anca Gray with thanks
One of the things I love the most is spending time in our country house and every season has got it´s perfection to it. It´s almost December and the temperatures are still mild, there are some leaves left and even though it´s hardly any daylight the full on darkness winter brings in Sweden has not gotten to me quite yet. The weekends might not be as Autumn like as in these pics but I´d love to go for that feeling.