I have a beautiful attic apartment in Brooklyn for you today. The apartment is designed by General Assembly and they created a beautiful light attic apartment for two creatives with busy travel schedules. I love the combination of wood, concrete and industrial elements in this apartment. It gives the home a cool yet still cozy atmosphere.
Impremta Garden is a project by architecture firm AVW Arquitectura in combination with the interior design of Whyte Lilja. Together they have created an absolutely stunning apartment complex in the center of Palma, Mallorca. They have combined timeless Scandinavian style with the historic architecture and I absolutely love the luxurious look of these homes.
Colour, plants and plenty of natural wooden elements. Sounds like a perfect combination right? Well, this London apartment has all of that. With a green living room, a pink study and a blue bedroom this apartment definitely doesn’t lack in colour. Only the kitchen and bathroom have stayed in white tones. I love how they stripped back the door and window frames to their natural wood tones, together with the plants this gives a nice natural element to the home. I could move into this apartment easily, and you can too because it’s for sale!
I love all these homes in Amsterdam that I’m finding recently. Today I give you a peek in this family home that has been completely restored by Eline (founder of fashion label Amatør). The exposed brick wall, bistro-like kitchen and vintage furniture give the living space in this home a cool edge. A particular nice detail is in the bathroom where Eline put vintage mirrors together to make 1 big mirror wall. A great way to make a bathroom a bit different. If you have fallen in love with this home then you’re lucky because it’s for sale (oh.. and it’s situated in the coziest area of Amsterdam called The Jordaan with many café’s and shopping streets nearby).
This farmhouse in Ojai, California puts a smile on my face. Even though the base is very neutral with white walls and concrete floors all the colourful touches in the furniture and accessories make this space pop. And of course the large windows give you an amazing view over the Californian landscape. The large farmhouse has several buildings with guest stays and a huge garden, a perfect spot to relax and unwind with family and friends.
Sometimes you come across an interior collection that makes you *squeee* a little. For me Liberty for Anthropologie is one of those stunning collections. Liberty is a British brand that creates luxury fabrics, accessories and home goods in eclectic prints. The Liberty for Anthropologie collection is absolutely packed with colour and floral patterns to create a wonderful eclectic home. The collection ranges from fabrics to furniture and stationary and I kind of want it all! See the Liberty for Anthropologie collection for yourself below (warning: there are a lot of images!!)
Copenhagen is one of the most stylish city’s I’ve ever been to. Design is very important which you can see on the street and also in the amazing selection of hotels. New (boutique) hotels are popping up everywhere. (When I was in Copenhagen in may I stayed at the recently opened and beautiful Hotel Danmark which is part of Brøchner Hotels). This fall, Hotel Sanders will open up in Copenhagen’s historic centre and judging by these first pictures it’s gonna look amazing! The design of Hotel Sanders is in the hands of Pernille Lind and Richy Almond and I can’t wait to see the final result. Hotel Sanders opens in november and you can already book your stay.
IKEA’s collaboration with Danish brand HAY is much to look forward to. Last year IKEA announced the YPPERLIG collection and they have just released images of the full collection. The collection has 30 pieces ranging from furniture to acccessories all in a minimalistic Scandinavian style. The collection will hit the store in october 2017 and untill then check out the wonderful YPPERLIG collection below and see what you want to buy!
Located in Palm Beach, Sydney this spacious holiday home has been completely redesigned by architecture & interior design firm Alexander & Co. The plan was to create an open-planned ‘European style’ home that combines indoor and outdoor living. The home definitely feels bright and spacious and with the steelframe doors you can open them up to the waterfront garden. What a dream it must be to live so close to the ocean and have such an amazing view from your home.
Over the years I’ve really become a fan of dark blue colours, it gives so much warmth to a home. This apartment in Antwerp is almost entirely blue and it’s absolutely stunning. The owner carefully planned her entire interior and the result is a warm and cozy 1-bedroom apartment. You can she paid attention to every little detail in her home and it’s a house I could easily live in. The house has nice attention grabbers such as the copper wall in the bathroom, the Audrey Hepburn painting (painted by the owner) and those lovely kitchen doors. A top feature for me is the stunning wooden floor which compliments the walls so well and give the home an extra warm atmosphere!