Happy Easter!

Images 1: @jstridh, 2: photo @william.jess.laird 3: @loriastern , 4: source unknown, 5: @10amlofts @studioandrewtrotter , 6: @transitiondesign & photo @oliviaphilo , 7: source unknown , 8: Amalfi Coast , 9: photo @guidotaroniphotographer , 10: @dimitriszographos , 11: source unknown , 12: Jan Hendrick´s bathroom in Mexico City

At home with

This living room is absolutely breathtaking in my book. Lots of space for friends and family and neutral color scheme with wooden details to get some warmth to it. This is the home of designer Jenni Kayne, created together with no other than well known Belgian architect Vincent Van Duysen.

via Architectural Digest. 

Today´s mood

 

Back to work and moodboard making….

All images can be found in my Pinterest feed.

A Greenwich loft

Long time no see…..Sorry for the absence but I´m not ready to give up the blog just yet. Especially not when seeing pictures like this from one of my favorite design studios – Studio Giancarlo Valle . I´ve featured their work before on the topic ”House of Dreams” and that house is still one of my top savings. You can see it here. Wish you all a good week!

Photo by Stephen Kent Johnsson 

A warm feeling

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….

Designed by Brian Paquette, via Coco Kelley with thanks.