Inspired by the bright colors of Sri Lanka, this London is simply delicious! via domino – photos by Megan Taylor / design by 2LG Studio
Love the contrasts in this space! The industrial vibe, the modern touches and the little Scandinavian details. hemnet.se
Today wasn’t my happiest Monday of them all, despite not having any major reason for it, I feel my anxiety crawling back a little and I do not know why. Looking at dreamy interiors to post on the blog helps a little. This gorgeous Paris apartment with a mix between Parisian and shabby styles, is just what I need on
This dreamy house is the home of Michelle Janeen, her instagram is full with beautiful shots, you should definitely go check it out. I really love the calm and relaxing vibe this space has, like a warm May weekend. So, so, dreamy! via nestingwithgrace
The bathroom is one of the rooms in the house that needs a little more attention when it comes to improvement. Because, in most cases, you do not have a lot of available space and it’s not that easy to revamp from time to time. Cause, yes, it takes a bit to renovate a bathroom. A great idea is to
Small spaces in a home can be a challenge when it comes to interior design. With the right techniques, these spaces can be cozy and relaxing retreats, but it’s also very easy for them to become cramped and cluttered. If you fill these rooms with lots of possessions, furniture, multiple colors, and busy patterns, the space will soon feel like
I really love the attention to details in this Airbnb rental, it super cozy and fun! Check it out on Airbnb!
Various kinds of room décor emerge in an out of style, but there is one form of accent which will never go out of style- the original style of flower arrangements. Perfect for the complete home, well-selected blooms, whether real or faux, will light up your rooms instantly. Not sure about how to use flowers for expressing your chosen aesthetic?
Interior design trends may come and go but sometimes the odd few linger long into our collective memories. In recent times, we were all raving about “Hygge”. Deriving from an apparently untranslatable Danish word, this trend saw us all reaching for chunky cable-knit throws, candles and mugs of hot chocolate, to create a cosy home in which to hunker down
Shabby chic. With its mixture of old and new, is a style with popularity that shows no signs of waning. Whether you’re looking to incorporate this trend into your own home, or if you’re looking to attract on trend buyers to sell, the below five rules can help you to create a home that always turns heads. Exposed Brickwork Forget