In a past article I told you the story of my living room, my favorite part of my new home. Now it’s time to show you the rest and my home and the styles I picked for every room. Yes, styles! All us deco lovers and a lot of us tend to pick different styles for each room of their
If you are a Seventies fan or you love glam furniture, this Bucharest furniture showroom will definitely inspire you. Sensio Living went beyond showing furniture, creating a socializing space where people can work remote, enjoy a drink, party or have private events. The space focuses on the glam Seventies trending right now, with colorful chairs, velvet & golden elements
Plants, lots of plants, light, lots of light and a lot of dreamy accents! Love this Highbury home designed by Romilly Turner Interior Design. Photography by Nick Smith via homeadore
Saw this gem on ProjectFairtyle and I was in awe. Isn’t is super dreamy? It is actually a garage turned into an eco home. I absolutely love the plants and that amazing swing in the living area. via dstrct.nl
When moving in a new and empty home you have to think about everything! And while the doors came with the place and I could pick the tiles for it from the constructors, the lights part was pretty difficult. How to choose so many lights? We had like seven of them, and how about how to coordinate them in rooms?
As I said before I’m moving in a new home, so this year is a very exciting chapter of my life mixing the love for decor with creating the perfect home to live in. After gathering some ideas in Pinterest as I confessed in the article I’ve written here, focusing on what I really want, the space and the likes
So, how dreamy is this Aussie space, home of a family of four. Super dreamy, I’m telling you. Home of textile and fashion designer Jana Kachel’s family home is indeed creative oasis. Go see the entire house on The Design Files. Photos by Eve Wilson for The Design Files
You know, for Monday’s small space fix! Tradition.net via gravityhome
What I’ve observed with my friends and online, is that people tend to get bored with their homes quite easily. Sometimes, right after a renovation is completed, which is quite peculiar, but somehow understandable. The fix? A minimal timeless decor, like the beautiful Copenhagen home of Line Dahy Ernst.
Ionela works as a traffic manager for some of the most important magazines in town, but besides her working skills, she has an excellent taste in home decor. Her new home is just dreamy and has a Scandinavian vibe in the living room and kitchen, white her bedrooms bring a modern shabby twist into her lovely house. Every detail is eye