Homeware and furniture supplier Hunting for George is collaborating with the Melbourne design studio Grazia & Co. Grazia & Co focusses on using quality materials and Australian craftsmanship in their timeless and elegant pieces, the collection with Hunting for George includes a range of wool and leather ottomans as well as a new upholstered addition to the Hunting for George Oliver bed. I fell head over heals with the images that come with this Hunting for George x Grazia & Co collaboration, this loft space is so beautiful and I love, love, love the windows it’s always been my dream to have a loft space with large industrial style windows like these.
This light coloured cottage in Brisbane belongs to stylist, photographer and author Kara Rosenlund and her husband. This workers cottage from 1900 still had its originals features which was very important for Kara and her husband. They renovated this cottage on their own with respect to the orginal Victorian features which they wanted to keep as much as possible. The home is decorated in the signature style of Kara with very light colours, vintage items and rustic details. It reminds me a bit of another Australian home I’ve blogged about which was also decorated in these light colours and with a rustic touch.
This Paris apartment is a big contrast to the house I posted yesterday which was decorated in very light colours. The main colour in this apartment is, as you can see, black. When I think of Paris apartments I certainly don’t imagine them to be black which is why this home is so unique. The home is the creation of Irina Dzhemesyuk and Vitaly Yurov who wanted the apartment, that is situated in a historic building, to become more modern and stylish. I found this apartment on the creative website Behance (an amazing website to find work of many creative individuals in all kinds of creative fields), so I’m fairly certain these are 3D images, but I truly love the dark moody colours of this apartment and thanks to the large windows is doesn’t become a dark hole. I don’t think I have the guts to go entirely black, but this black Paris apartment is certainly the example of how to do it right.
I think we can safely say that the person who decorated this Victorian home in the London district Camberwell loves green. I think you can easily overdo a certain colour accent but in this light filled Victorian home they did just the right amount without you getting sick of it. The colour pops up in furniture and accessories in every room but also in the many plants that fill this large London home which gives it a nice spring vibe. Next to all the green accents in this lovely home it also has tons of beautiful artwork to decorate the large white walls. I absolutely love this green and artful Victorian London home and it gives me lots of inspiration to make my home a bit greener.
The internet is an ideal place to get a lot of interior design inspiration. There are countless of blogs on the subject and with Pinterest and Instagram you’re never without interior design inspiration. But sometimes you just want to curl up on the sofa, a cup of tea nearby and with a book in your hand to get wonderful interior inspiration and advice on how you can best style your own space. Here are 10 wonderful books about interior design to get you inspired.
When I look at all the homes that I’ve posted this week I noticed it’s been a very soft & earthy coloured week. You can see everthing that I’ve posted on my Tumblr page and to stay updated with my Tumblr post you can follow me on Bloglovin’. You can also follow this blog on Bloglovin’ if you want to stay updated with everything that I post here.
This week two contrasting homes hit the market in Gothenburg and they were both styled by Swedish stylist Emma Fischer. Thursday I posted a dark coloured Gothenburg apartment styled by her and today I show you a light studio apartment in soft earthy tones that she also styled for Bjurfors. Together with photographer Alen Cordic she is forming a new inspiring duo when it comes to home styling in Sweden. I love the natural, light and cozy feeling of this studio apartment which perfectly shows that living in a small studio apartment doesn’t have to be a bad thing!
Lovely contrast in these images by the amazing photographer Petra Bindel for Muuto with the industrial location and the soft Scandinavian design pieces. Muuto is a Scandinavian brand that wants to deliver a new perspective on Scandinavian design with with forward looking materials, techniques and bold creative thinking. You can see items by Muuto a lot in the Scandinavian interiors that I post here and on Tumblr. To see their entire collection just go to the Muuto website.
Wait a minute! Haven’t I seen this dark Scandinavian apartment before? Yes I have! I have posted an apartment with the same layout and in the same building before but that one was in a very bright & white style, now Emma Fischer (of Emma Hos) has decorated this apartment in Gothenburg in very dark tones for real estate agency Bjurfors. Even though I love bright Scandinavian homes, I prefer the way Emma Fischer has decorated this apartment in these dark and warm tones. Which style would you pick? You can see the white and bright version of this Gothenburg apartment here on Gravity.