Believe it or not this apartment is the home of a family of five, so how it is so relaxed and dreamy? Beats me, I can’t even keep my room tidy more than one day… and as I’m writing this I’m looking at the chaos on my desk… Anyway back to this spacious 130 sqm apartment flooded with natural light
In the Gothenburg’s new cityscape, with a large balcony just perfect for people watching, this turn of the century apartment is just dreamy. Love the preserved original features such as tiled floor, stucco and tiled stove! Entrance
A classic 1900’s Copenhagen apartment but with a modern twist. Photos by Birgitta Wolfgang via Bo Bedre via DustJacket Attic
This lovely apartment in Belarus is the home of a young couple who loves to travel and is a big fan of Nordic design. The wood walls and flooring along with the muted pastel colour palette maximize the space and gives it a more cozy feel. Jenya Lykasova
When I think of drama, I think of Gossip Girl somehow, with all its glorious prep school dramas. I’m pretty sure you know what I’m thinking about. Well, this dreamy home office by Studio McGee of Salt Lake City is another type of dramatic, the good kind. Light and airy but with a big personality mainly because of the amazing
Starting the week with a charming small loft in Brooklyn, home of two talented people, a designer & an architect, Nora & Adam. When they bought this 650-square-foot one-bedroom apartment in Park Slope, they instantly knew they have to renovated in a major way but with a not so major budget. The space was originally divided into four small rooms.
Fav spaces featured on DDD’s inspiration station this week.
You’ve seen the New York one, if not here, on other blogs for sure. You can revisit it here. Now, The Line Apartment in Los Angeles is a treat exactly like the New York one and it’s located right on Melrose Place. The Apartment is spread out over two adjoining spaces, separated by an open-air walkway of Moroccan tile in
Just a small monochromatic loft with lots of lovely art pieces. Boom Project
A dreamy Haussmannian Paris apartment whose central team is guess what? Simplicity! The thoughtful, minimalist design allows its owners plenty of room to breathe and to enjoy the space. Photographed by Helenio Barbetta/Living Inside for Vogue Living