I guess you have to be co-founder of brand Calvin Klein to afford a house like this but one can always dream and be inspired, right?
Via Architectural Digest, photo by William Abranowicz & styling by Amy Chin.
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.
In one of my current projects I´m decorating a dining room that is going on a Scandi theme with classic design. My eyes are on this beauty….The ARV chair designed by Studio David Thulstrup especially for restaurant Noma in Copenhagen. Perfection.
It´s all about this office for me at the moment. I´m planning a whole project from it but I have to say I wouldn’t mind having that specific room to work with too. Or use as an office for myself for that matter. Absolutely perfect.
Standard Dose in New York offers besides a soft pink & a therapeutic skylight interior yoga, meditation, a tea bar & a curated selection of plant-based products. Read more about it here.
Deco by Kaemingk Design.
My guess is that I´ve featured the work in British interior designer Rose Uniacke before but felt I mostly have put out modern interiors since getting back here so just had to mix it up with the love I have for these kind of settings as well. There is nothing like a little history to a house. And how about that bathroom and bedroom, not too bad right?!