A couple of weeks ago I posted the Copenhagen home of Danish photographer Ditte Isager. I absolutely loved these images, not just because of the wonderful interior but also for the use of light, which made me curious about her work as a photographer and it wasn’t surprising that these images are equally wonderful so of course I’m going to share them with you.
Gothenburg interior shop Artilleriet is celebrating its 5th birthday with Artilleriet Studio. A unique exhibition of interior design, decoration and furniture that everyone can enjoy. The Artilleriet Studio will be open until october 29th so if you happen to be in Gothenburg in the upcoming months I would defenitely check it out. If not, than enjoy these pictures that were shot by Johanna Bradford.
It’s here! The full home tour of the townhouse in Stockholm which is a concept by real estate agency Eklund Stockholm New York in combination with Dusty Deco, Walles and Walles, Polstjernan Antik and Belenius/Nordenhake. The apartment is about 200 square meters with a private patio and is located in an old brewery from the 1600’s. The absolute eye catchers in this apartment are the huge arched paned windows over the entire height of the apartment that let in so much light. The entire apartment is styled to absolute perfection and the best thing is that everything you see in these images is for sale, but it is also an option to buy the apartment fully furnished. I am in love with this Stockholm townhouse, how about you?
I always enjoy it when I find a home that has been on the market before so I can see how people style their homes differently. A few weeks ago I posted a wonderful bright Scandinavian apartment with a glass dividing wall. While I was browsing through the archives of Alvhem Mäkleri I found the same apartment styled differently. Overal the apartment that I found today is styled brighter, just see the differences for yourself.
Like a true Scandinavian home this Gothenburg apartment is mainly decorated in grey, black and white with a lot of artwork decorating the walls. There’s also quite a bold choice in this cozy apartment, the owners of this home painted the small windowless bedroom a dark grey, I think it gives the bedroom a very cozy feeling but it’s certainly a bold choice in a room without natural light (I also love the placement of the mirrors in the bedroom, very interesting).
This morning I posted a lovely new restaurant in Copenhagen where you can have a garden party in the middle of the city. But maybe you’re lucky enough to have your own garden where you can throw a nice summer party. To help you get some inspiration on how to decorate your garden party I’ve selected some lovely pictures of summer party’s that you just don’t want to leave. (Hint: It involves many pillows, blankets and string lights)
I love these moments when you see images of a space and you instantly get excited about it. When I saw the images of the new Väkst restaurant in Copenhagen I definitely had one of those moments. Even though the restaurant is in the middle of the city it is as if you’re having dinner in the middle of a garden thanks to the large greenhouse, built through the two floors of the space, that is placed in the middle of the restaurant.
Most of the time when I find Scandinavian apartments they’re quit small, the amount of amazing studio apartment inspiration I have gotten from Swedish real estate sites is overwhelming (Scandinavians are só good at styling small spaces). But this Stockholm apartment is the opposite, it’s huge with 247 square meter and two living rooms, because well why not? Most rooms in this apartment are painted grey with yellow and green details to add some colour. The green is also coming from the many plants that fill this home, especially in the spacious kitchen, I love that board against the wall with the plants! I love plant-filled spaces which you can also see in the home I posted friday, if you live in a city it’s a great way to bring nature to your home.
I hope you all had a nice weekend, has it been as sunny and warm wherever in the world you are as it has been here in The Netherlands? The home tour of today fits nicely with the beautiful sunny weather. A lovely renovated light white and grey maisonette in Gothenburg to start the new week. Beautiful Scandinavian design, light open spaces and I love the arched windows in the bedroom.