I´ve featured some images from the Copenhagen office of Kinfolk before but found some more and wanted to show you too. Interior design by Norm Architects.
Found via Le Bons Détails with thanks.
Dusty pink inspo while in bed with a typical Fall cold…
All pics via Pinterest.
Oh how I wish this house ends up in the right hands with someone who will take care of that beautiful garden and preserve it´s architecture. Villa Wehtje is on of six villas in Sweden, created by Josef Frank and built in 1936.
Placed in Falsterbo & for sale here.
For sale right now here.
All via great selection by Into Design.
By one of my favorites: Gather & Feast.
I was so happy and overwhelmed last year to be part of the top 10 Interior Bloggers in Sweden in the Elle Decoration Swedish Design Awards. Now it´s time to nominate again and I would be lying if I said I wouldn’t´ be extremely happy if you took the time to vote again. For me or for another favorite, or both. Only a few days left, last day to vote is October 15th. Since I don´t look at statistics that much from being a non-commercial blog I really did appreciate it so much more getting your feedback last year by being nominated so I want to say a big thanks for that! It means a lot since I really put a lot of time and effort in the blog and sharing it with you makes it worth everything.
As I know I have a lot of international readers, a quick translation of the voting page that you can find here . Scroll down the page and then field 1: Name of you favorite blogger, 2: Why do you think this blog should win? What do you like about it?, 3: You first name, 4: Your surname. (Leave boxes without a star), 8: Your emailadress & finally just click approval in the last box with a star attached to it. Then just press send through the big black button and you vote is in.
Thank you! ❤️
When 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.