Going back to nature is back in fashion right now!!!… whether its in food, interior design, or high end fashion!!!… In this Ukraine based project, Sergey Makhno Workshop used green and natural materials to create a loft-like space. I’m in love with the natural light thats floods the apartment, and I recognize some of that lovely modern furniture I even have some of them on my wish list!… Though I must say that I wish they had a different dinning table!!!
Hello everyone I’m back!!!!… Yes I took a really long break, and left without any notice!!!….To be honest I needed a break from this blog and needed to collect my thoughts about where I wanted it to take me!!!!… The fact that I’m back today doesn’t mean that I finally figured it out… I’m back simply because I really missed this place…. And though that I would give it another chance!!!
Anyways… Today I’m posting about this beautiful nursery:
The ladies at Sissy + Marley have put together another beautiful nursery, and I just couldn’t resist sharing it even though its been on other website for a while….. I love how this nursery is crisp, clean and full of versatile pieces that will grow with any baby….
However what I love most is that it’s a gender-neutral space and it’s sophisticated enough to blend with the adult areas of any home…
I’m a big fan of white on white textures and I think it’s done really beautifully in this space without being too monochromatic. I think that it was really smart that they left the toys to be the only pops of color in the space… this way the room can easily grow with what ever the kid is into and the color of the room (or even the theme of the room) can easily be changed with the toys!!
It feels good to be back!… Its so good to be home!!!
I don’t know much about this house except that it was originally built in 1926…It looks far from dinky and old though because whoever did the renovations did a great job… I am in love with the open layout and the amazing amount of light that bathes every single corner.
This home has been renovated by BFS Design Flachsbarth Schultz. Its a 1957 bungalow that was built in the middle of the Tiergarten Park in the center of Berlin. The former one family house was built for the International Building Exhibition 1957 (Hansaviertel) and has not been changed until now.
I am in love with that MCM fire … the whole place feels modern and fresh yet you still feel that the true spirit of the house is still there!!!
Two designers Gilles & Boissier live in this very stylish apartment in Paris….I love how they mixed classic and contemporary elements together and how everything seems to just work together!!!. They didn’t stop at mixing contemporary and classic styles but they even mixed designer’s items with stuff found on flea markets…. By doing so they made the apartment feel so personal…. so them!!!
Wouldn’t it be sweet to have breakfast under a cloud of warm holiday wishes?
House & Garden featured this display of cards, from Arper Clerkenwell in London. This installation is “made up from dozens of cards with pictures of Arper’s furniture designs, logos and product description”, but I thought it would be a great idea to make as part of your christmas decorations…. you could make it with holiday cards and fishing wire….I think if they are packed away carefully, those hanging garlands would be easy to add to year after year….Love the idea of seeing streams of cards grow and grow over the years
I am in love with the white painted brick, the white beams and the black floors…. I mean what a combination right?. A lot of people may see a black and white combination as cold and maybe a bit boring but I think that in this setting it makes perfect sense because it provides a blank canvas for art …. It allows the art as well as the furnishings to breath and stand out…. Love it!
‘Tis the season for decorating Christmas trees!… and I am sure that everyone is done decorating their tree by now….But I thought I would share with you some of the ornaments that I have been eyeing!!!
This house is by a Croatian architectural firm, DAR612. It’s designed with three residential units and an office on a sloped site in the Croat capital, Zagreb. The interior of the house is inspired by the first half of the 20th century architecture with balconies, terraces and sliding doors that made the whole living area flexible.
I am in love with the minimalist interior of the house….. I don’t find the plain white and gray interior cold at all!… I would probably add more art though and change the dinning table!!!… but other than that I wouldn’t change a thing!!!
I love home makeover shows, and have been lately addicted to Million Dollar Closets …. I love how Lisa Adams organizes her clients closets …. I couldn’t find another episode on the net so I’m sharing this one with you even though there were nicer ones!!!
let me know what you think!