I love this cool One Bedroom Apartment in Sweden. The perfect Bachelor Pad.
Seen on Stadshem.
After being on the (always growing) wishlist for such a long time I finally bought a gorgeous 70’s Peacock Chair today from one of my favourite secondhand/junk stores. I think I nabbed a fab bargain and I am feeling inspired by what, if any, colour to spraypaint it. Here are a few of my favourite Peacock Chair looks x What’s your favourite? Go for Colour or or leave it a la naturale?
Here is one for the Shabby Chic Lovers. This character filled Vintage inspired abode used to be a rundown Mattress Factory and has been lovingly restored to become a veritable ‘Shabby Chic Romantic Rustic meets Rococo French Country’ retreat. Take a tour with these images and you will be instantly transported into the pages of a Rachel Ashwell Coffee Table Book. Love or Hate Shabby Chic – this is how you do it well x
Welcome to the crisp & clean home of architect Anna Lanty Niklasson. As it draws nearer to the depths of Winter here I feel myself drawn to homes that look like Summer Retreats and this abode defintely fits the bill. With a ‘Modern Hamptons’ aesthetic this White, Light & Spacious home makes you feel like you are always on holiday. I especially love the Circle Window (one of 37 windows featured in the home) that frames the lush, green view. Spotted on 79 Ideas
I say currently loving but it has been a long term love affair really. Lately though, I have been scouring fleamarkets, junk stores and online auctions for the perfect vintage posters for my boys’ room. I recently bought two very cool oversized 60’s Circus Tour Posters for them and I can’t wait until they arrive. I think it’s the timeless design and the nostalgic aesthetic that make them a perfect stylish, affordable & collectable art option for your home. Here are some of my favourite in situ x
When I first came across this home it was lust at immediate sight. A true Bohemian Rhapsody. It’s a veritable vintage treasure trove. Debi says she has a passion for collecting odds and sods from fleamarkets and antique stores and clearly she has the knack of bringing them together to create an expressive & enchanting yet uncluttered home. She has used a white base and dressed it up with unique pieces, a mix of pattern, colour and textures and beautiful & bold finds to create a cohesive, stylish and eclectic chic statement. Check out her website here