I came across this beautiful simple interior the other day and just loved how spacious it was as well as all that natural light streaming in! This is the home of Danish jewelry designer Cecilia Brøgger, who finds her inspiration from clean lines, geometric shapes and Scandinavian design, be sure to check out all her beautiful jewelry collection as well!
As you can see her home is also full of clean, simple lines. The soft colors used in the art work throughout the space adds warmth as well as that gorgeous herringbone flooring!
We love how shes has carefully displayed all the accessories, trays, and candlestick in her home, it gives a simple and inviting feel to the space.
Hope you enjoyed this home tour!
Below you can shop the look so you can create a similar style in your beautiful space!
Bits and Bobs class container from Hay Design, perfect for jewelry or any other bibs and bobs you might need to keep safe.
This gorgeous soft powder pink Nur Tray is perfect for displaying flowers, candles, and much more!
These boxes are great for storage but look so nice that you don’t need to worry about hiding them away in a closet! Simply leave them as part of the displayed on your desk or sideboard.
For all the granola fans out there, you’ll love this healthy recipe that I recently came across on 204 Park Blog, Diana has this one down! See all the details below to make your own healthy granola.
– 2 cups raw whole oats
-1/2 cup unsweetened dried fruit (I use raisins and craisins)
– 1/4 cup raw chopped nuts (I use almonds)
-1/4 cup raw seeds (I use sunflower)
-1/4 cup raw unsweetened shredded coconut
-2 tbsp coconut oil
-1 tbsp honey (I used raw honey purchased at a farmers market)
-1 tbsp maple syrup *you can use just maple syrup or honey, but I like to mix one of each!
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees, combine all of the dry ingredients together before adding the wet ingredients. Thoroughly mix the ingredients together until all ingredients are evenly coated then lay out on a baking tray. Bake for ten minutes or until lightly browned, allow to cool and it’s ready to eat!
Source and Images via 204 Park Blog.
I’m still in shock that 2015 is coming to a close in a few short months, where has this year gone? But with that comes the exciting time of learning what the new Color of the Year for 2016 will be, and Benjamin Moore has recently revealed that it will be Simply White. I personally think it’s simply perfect. White interiors can create a calming and warm atmosphere when done right. You can easily add warmth into a white interior with furniture, art and linens, making it a real canvas for you to create a dream space. “The color white is transcendent, powerful and polarizing – it is either taken for granted or obsessed over,” says Ellen O’Neill, Benjamin Moore Creative Director.
Our cover photo today was seen on My Scandinavian Home, this is the home of Maiju the blogger behind #lagerma. I absolutely love everything about this space, it was captured perfectly by Riika Kantikoski.
We recently received some pictures from the fabulous Willow over at Basic Black & White on Instagram, you may have come across her page from time to time, it’s wonderful! She has great Scandinavian style throughout her entire home, and we are so glad to be part of it! Here are a few pictures of some beautifully styled products from our store!
A few things we really like in this first picture is the pop of color from the Perfect Kreativitum Print, green works wonders within this usually neutral palette.
New York Underground Print, what’s not to LOVE here! First of all this city is amazing and the print has been styled perfectly within the gallery wall! I also love how the Menu Wall Candle Holder works perfectly into with the colors and artwork in here.
Be sure to follow Willow on Instagram to keep up with this styling extraordinaire!
With the cold weather setting in and the days getting shorter I thought it would be an appropriate time to share this stunning dark and moody apartment.
The dark grey walls throughout seem overwhelming at first but with the natural light teeming in, and pops of color throughout it really does look wonderful and gives off a cozy feel for those dark winter days.
I also love the mix of materials in the furniture in this apartment, as well as that amazing bathroom, those paneled walls are fantastic!
Source: Nordic Design
Pictures: Davide Lovatti
I have to apologize since the blog has been extremely quiet the last month. I recently moved to Austria (don’t worry my fabulous partner is still in Canada keeping our warehouse running smoothly, what would I do without her) and with all the logistics of moving from one country to another has lead to a slow blog so I sincerely apologize for that. I’ve got a fab lineup of things to share with you this month including some amazing news of a new highly sought after brand coming to the store, and blog posts packed full of fun and inspiration!
I recently came across this gorgeous apartment which is in Stockholm and thought it would be perfect one to share with you today.
The natural light gives an airy feel to the apartment, and I love the cool grey throughout. The marble back splash and brass taps gives a cool and clean look to the kitchen and that gallery wall in the living room is just fabulous!
Source: Dust Jacket Attic
We recently did an interview with the fabulous Catherine at Nordic Design. You can read all about Blackthumb, what’s coming soon, and what inspired me to start this business! Also, be sure to check out all the amazing Nordic inspiration that’s covered on Catherine’s blog.