If you love colourful homes then I’ll make you very happy with this home tour. The home belongs to Dabito who you might know from his blog Old Brand New. His New Orleans home is filled with colour, textures and plants making it a very vibrant home. Despite using so much colour it doesn’t feel crazy or extremely busy which shows what a great designer he is. I really love this place, it just makes you happy to look at
The SoHo loft of Jenna Lyon – former creative director of J. Crew – is an absolute dream home! That Jenna has impecable taste was already known, because her former home was also extremely beautiful. This SoHo loft is much more vibrant. I love the use of colour and playfulness in this loft space. But still the home looks very chic (I mean look at that gorgeous bathroom) and for all the fashionistas (definitely not me) that shoe closet must be a dream come true!
Jenni Radosevich can be called a professional DIY-er. She shares her creations on her blog I Spy DIY and it will come as no surprise that her home style is truly amazing. A few years ago she bought an 1890s home in Milwaukee that needed an extreme renovation. In just 4(!) months she transformed the place into a beautiful home and after living in it for a year she just added the finishing touches and the result is absolutely stunning.
This small apartment in Stockholm has a real calming effect on me. The walls are painted in a beautiful soft pink in the living space and a green tone in the hallway. The apartment isn’t very big (40sq. meter) but it feels so cozy and lovely. And I really like how they created a seperate bedroom space with the half open wall that also has windows on top so it still let’s through natural light. A very cute small space.
This beautiful apartment is located in a building dating back to 1898 which has been carefully restored by Oscar Properties. The apartment isn’t extremely big but with clever storage ideas and the loft space in the kitchen it appears much more spacious. I really love the look of this home and that kitchen is really to die for!
One of my favourite interior stylists Emma Fischer has designed this beautiful home in Gothenburg. The bones of the home are very beautiful with an exposed brick wall in the living room, stunning arched windows and even exposed beams on the top floor. I’m in love with the contrast in the living room between the raw exposed brick and the soft look in the furniture and decorations. Overall this really is a beautiful Scandinavian home.
I love old homes, I love the country side and I love beautiful interiors. Yeabridge House in Somerset combines all these things. The 18th-century property belongs to Mark Homewood and it’s filled with beautiful vintage furniture, cozy sitting spaces and moody colours. I really love this home and I think it’s a nice change here on Gravity Home compared to all the bright Scandinavian homes.
A bit of luxury on this dreary tuesday. At least it’s dreary where I live, I’ve seen beautiful snowy pictures of Stockholm where this apartment is located. The building dates back to 1907 but the apartment was completely renovated in 2015 and has now a luxurious touch. I always like attic apartments, they look so cozy and this one also looks incredibly chic!
A very lovely home tour today! This bright industrial farmhouse in The Netherlands belongs to Jellina & Jan. They’re still working on the renovation of the monumental property but already the home looks absolutely wonderful. The amazing exposed beams are seen thoughout the house and I really love the industrial elements they’ve added to the home. This in combination with the vintage items and many plants creates a beautiful light family home. If you want to see more of this home and of the ongoing renovation just take a look at Jellina’s blog for more pictures of her beautiful home.
Scandinavian studio apartments always make me happy. This one from Entrance Mäkleri is definitely very lovely. With the traditional wooden floor and white walls this apartment gets some nice colour touches in the blue sofa and dusty pink bedding. Combine this with nice wooden items and a big mirror to give the illusion of some extra space and you’ll end up with a great looking apartment.