This home has got some white! This bright apartment in Helsinki has quite a few nice features in it. As the basics are all white, the complementary items in black, wood and greenery jump out as real eye-catchers.
When in the living room, the eye is instantly drawn to the chair in the corner which just has the right colour of wood. The Moroccan rug brings extra warmth and coziness. Turning around, there is this fantastic divan, which is a great inspiration for a diy project. The marble tray, backsplash and kitchen countertop add some diversity in this all-white environment. Looking at these wire chairs make me realize that they’re still one of my favourites.
The small honeycomb bathroom tiles are just perfect. I really like the idea of having a striking bathroom floor as it is just a small place. These fun elements is what make a house a home, I believe..
This spacious and colourful home is situated in warm and sunny Melbourne. Owners Will and Lauren live here with their daughter Matilda. The home is in old-British Edwardian style but is completely renovated into a modern home by architect Clare Cousins.
The large windows create much light in the already very airy living room. A beautiful base of white and wood creates a neutral and elegant look with a calm atmosphere. The bright colourful accents in yellow and blue give an interesting twist.
This is the very inspiring apartment of Nils and Sofia Odier in Skåne, Sweden. Nils is a fashion photographer, Sofia a stylist. You can imagine that combination works well together. Put in a little bit of Lotta Agaton’s flair and you get the best result one could wish for. Of course, with a base of black-white-wood-greenery..
Ever seen a complete home in neutral colours, without it being boring? There’s tons of white, there’s some black and then there’s a fair amount of wood.
Though the colour palette is neutral, the distinct items draw attention like the little rocking chair, the beautifully simple baskets in the bathroom and the living room seats. This home is clearly run by someone with a great taste for interior design. The Toronto based cottage is the home of Canadian’s House & Home editor Suzanne Dimma.
“No, it looks way too cold, I already get chilly when I look at it.” “But you can install underfloor heating?” “Don’t care, I don’t like it.” Those where his final words, so no more arguing, no concrete floor for me. I can’t even speak to his mind by showing this apartment of Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen, a Danish designer, stylist and photographer and the founder of Norm Architects. Norm Architects also happens to design for Menu, which is directly noticeable by the minimalistic and geometrical style they use through their designs, resulting in timeless but innovative items. With perfect aesthetics, that is.
This way of designing is also reflected in the interior of Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen. His home, close to Copenhagen shows his fine feeling for refinement. The light and open spaced house is a combination of sleek design and natural materials. The gigantic closet in the bedroom does not reach all the way to the ceiling, indicating there is some sort of hidden room in there, creating some sort of mystical touch..
‘Couldn’t be white enough’ would my mother in law say. If someone’s into white interiors, she is. Though this isn’t the home of my mother in law, but it sure could be! This frost white home belongs to interior design and photography blogger Elisabeth Heier and is full of perfect details. The crisp white throughout the interior creates a clean base causing the interesting details to stand out even more. The paintings, the greenery, the stack of magazines and the interesting shapes and materials. It’s all in the details.
This modern, scandinavian style home can be found in Stockholm. This inspiring place works with a complete neutral colour palette, combined with one popping colour: teal. Though often it happens that when working with one highlighted colour it turns out to be ‘overdone’. It can look like one tried too much to make this one colour work. This surely isn’t the case in this interior. The teal colour is present in the right amount and blends in with the rest of the interior perfectly, yet it stands out.
Further furnishing is also well chosen. The rug in the livingroom, the wired chair, the glass wall, the blushing colours upstairs and the hexagon side table. All lovely items. Too bad there aren’t any pictures of the greenery, next to the dining room which appears to be interesting as well.
What do you think of this place? Do you like the teal colour?
To have one designer to style your apartment is pleasant, to say the least. Imagine the outcome when three designers are given the bridle. Can’t be but astonishing. This 72m2, two bedroom apartment is a joy to look at. The fireplace has a central role in each design, though the setting differs.
No matter which designer you’d choose, either way it looks good. As we speak about choosing, which one would you prefer? I’ve already made up my mind.. or have I? Beware for a lot of inspiration!
When I was looking for attic spaces for this article, I stumbled upon this lovely attic apartment in Sweden. Though the apartment is just 55 m² is looks spacious and has a very open atmosphere. As the base of this apartment is obviously white, the hints of several different colours make the apartment interesting. I prefer the kitchen and dining area, as there aren’t too many colours involved. The bedroom and living area just have too much colour as far as I’m concerned.
As often comes with attic apartments, the view is perfect! Besides, the ceiling makes the space interesting and cozy as well. Because of the many windows, this home enjoys a lot of sunlight. Combined with the choice of lots of white the apartment looks even bigger.
This is the home of swedish interior stylist Lotta Agaton. She has done numerous styling projects for designers and magazines all over the world. But her home seem to be the ultimate project.
The different textures of leather, wood, denim and other fabrics combine perfectly. The various plants create a fresh and clean look and the crisp white kitchen is almost to neat to cook in. Simple and minimalistic furniture combined with the black and white base presents a hint of scandinavian influences. The colour palette seems very pleasant and gracious while the denim artwork on the wall brings a playful pop of colour.
Lotta Agaton truly is a great example with an interesting and inspiring style. I believe I just found my dream home.