The result of a big renovation of this Brooklyn townhouse. If you like me like to see before and afters, go have a look here what this apartment used to look like.
Photo by Nick Glimenaki.
I really like this space. Even though it´s only neutral shades in a monochrome way it still manages to feel warm and like a real home. There is even a TV featured, how often do you see that? Even though most people have one there are rarely any images of it. And don´t miss having a look out those windows, seems like this Seattle apartment has got quite a view as well….
A very special space next to the canal in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Read more of the story here.
While working mostly from home at the moment I´m happy to find time to dive into my fellow interior designer´s work. There are so many talented ones out there and the best way to get inspired is to learn and watch what people you admire do. Of course not to copy but everything in this world is a mix of everything and inspiration comes from everywhere. These spaces decorated by Dan Fink stands for today´s inspo boost.
Creating a moodboard for a project that I hope will still happen in these difficult times…Many of us are affected by what is happening in the world right now. Let´s stay creative to keep our minds sane and hope that keep on trying is the only way to go xx
At home with very talented and funny interior stylist Linnéa Salmén in her & boyfriend´s studio apartment in Stockholm. With an eye for fun shapes, details, collecting and not being afraid of defying the minimalistic trend – this place is a rare gem in the Swedish stylist team. You can see more of Linnéa´s work here.
I thought maybe the end of blogging had come but I´ll make sure to let you know before that happens since I can see that there still are some few brave ones that keep on checking in daily even though I´ve been away for so long. Thank you so much for that. It keeps me wanting to get back in here and breathe some air to what has been my baby for 10 years now….I can´t believe I´ve had it for so long but it´s definitely worth celebrating with some inspiration sharing again. These images have been around for a while but today I saw them all together again and I think they are just so beautiful. It´s actually a Zara Home campaign and the idea of using architect Danielle Siggerud´s home as back drop I brilliant.