Laura Seppänen designed this monochrome and minimalistic apartment in Helsinki for pop musical composer/producer Hank Solo. The goal was to create a luxurious and industrial New York-style hotel room. I love how she switched up the minimalistic style with great eye-catchers such as the exposed brick, the wall finish in the bedroom and a piano that has been transformed by graffiti artist Otto Maja. These details give the apartment just the right edge and makes it not look boring. A beautiful minimalistic but cozy & cool apartment in Helsinki.
Not a great day for me, my phone broke down so no Instagram updates for a while. Luckily my computer still works *touch wood* so I can still show you great interiors. Remember the amazing garage conversion in Amsterdam that I showed you a while back? Well I’ve got a new cool garage conversion for you. This one is also located in Amsterdam and has the same industrial features. There are lots of raw elements, vintage items and split levels which makes this home so unique and fun. I can only imagine extremely cool people living here.
It’s no secret that I love studio apartments. I love the cozy feeling and it’s nice to see what people can create in a small space. This studio apartment is a wonderful combination of Scandinavian design with bohemian touches. Not extreme ‘in your face’ colorful bohemian, but very subtle with plants, fabrics and earth colours. When a studio apartment is decorated like this then living small doesn’t look so bad does it?
There is not one dull corner in the Copenhagen home of Maria Toft. Maria is the owner of clothing laber ETC. ETC. & furniture shop Boho Habits and her home reflects her personal boho style. Her spacious Copenhagen apartment is filled with vintage items in all kind of styles that she finds on flea markets and during her travels. Maria loves to mix and match with patterns, fabrics and colours. There are no rules in her home as long as it isn’t orderly. Well it certainly isn’t orderly, it’s a beautiful warm and cozy boho home.
The H&M Summer Collection 2017 has just launched and it looks like a perfect summer. Whether you want botanical prints and bright colours or if you prefer more natural colours and materials the H&M Home Summer Collection has it all. The summer collection is hitting the store now, so you can make your home ready for summer. They really transport you into gorgeous summer days where you do absolutely nothing except lie at the pool and bath in the sun. Ah.. I can’t wait for summer, what about you?
I completely understand when you live in a big vibrant city that you want your home to be a serene oasis. Carla Navas and Victor Molina of WIT architecture and interior design studio did exactly that in the city centre of Barcelona. The beautiful oak floor and broken white walls give the space warmth while the exposed beams give the apartment extra charm. Because there aren’t many windows the bathroom and kitchen are decorated in light colours. Looking at this apartment I become completely relaxed which is exactly what the designers wanted to achieve. Absolutely stunning!
This studio apartment in Gothenburg was sold before it even properly hit the market. Luckily interior stylist Emma Fischer published the pictures of this studio on her website so we can all enjoy it. It might be small but it really has everything you need; a sofa, a double bed and a large dining table for dinner parties! I love Emma’s styling, you can see more studio’s that she styled here, here & here on my blog. Or just look at this gorgeous dark apartment that by her styling. Really I could move into any apartment that she styles!
Welcome to the super stylish Stockholm home of Petra Tungården. Petra is a Swedish influencer, blogger and Fashion & Home Editor in Chief for Metro. Her renovated home in Stockholm shows that Petra is certainly a stylish woman. The design furniture in combination with the gorgeous historic features of the building is a very good match, I mean look at that ceiling!! I love how she used the same blue colour on the walls throughout her apartment, it really gives the home a warm and soft feeling. But for me the absolute winner of this apartment is the green kakelugn (a Swedish tiled fireplace) isn’t it amazing?
Today I’m going to show you one of my favourite homes of all times, that of interior blogger (and my Instagram crush) Theo-Bert Pot. Theo-Bert lives with his partner Jelle (an interior architect) in a beautiful historic home in The Hague. Their home is a stunning mix of wonderful design pieces and they’re not afraid to use colour! Blue, grey, pink and orange whether it’s a statement wall (or ceiling) or a small decor piece, you see colour everywhere. I’d truly recommend following Theo-Bert on Instagram because he is constantly changing things in his home which makes it so fun & inspiring to see his pictures! If I’m dreaming of my perfect home it really looks a lot like this!
I don’t only stalk real estate sites in Sweden but I also snoop around on Dutch real estate sites. There aren’t as many gorgeous styled homes here as in Sweden (the whole styling before selling hasn’t really arrived here I think) but every now and then you find a stunner. This apartment in Amsterdam is one of the homes that immediately cought my eye. The historic home has a beautiful wooden floor which fits well with the dark walls and the bohemian style. I love what they did with the bedroom area. Instead of a seperate bedroom they built a structure with a loft bed and clothing storage underneath. This is a much more open feeling then when you’d have a (cramped) seperate bedroom. Plus I think it suits really well with the boho style. I could easily move in here, what about you?