Hello my dear readers. How are you? It has been quiet for a few days. However, now I’m back with the amazingly bright and colorful home of Jenny, based in Brooklyn and photographed by lovely Brittany Ambridge.
For those of you who missed out, before we jump over to this great apartment in Brooklyn.
- 101Woonideeen teaming up with vtwonen: On DIY ideas for the home
- Glamping – this is your caravan: On a caravan make-over
- A Scandinavian Home: On living with white and pops of color
- Spring Summer 2015 Bloomingville Collection: On the newest color trends
- Crushing on Mengsel: On fun illustrations for the wall
One other thing. I know, we’re almost there. Just this one question to you. I’d love to hear from you what DIY projects you’d like to learn about in the near future. Like I just mentioned, I have a lot of ideas, but I wonder what you, as my readers, who I value greatly would like to learn. Maybe, you need some seasonal DIYs, such as Valentine’s Day or Easter, or something totally different. I’m all ears. Let me know in the comment box below.
Source: Brittany Ambridge
Do you know Zilverblauw? It’s one of my favorite blogs. Have you ever wondered how the founders of Zilverblauw designed their home? I love the bright colors Anki, the owner of Zilverblauw is using on her blog, but also in her home, where she lives with her husband and kids.
Zilverblauw is not only a blog, but also a brand. Anki and her husband are creating cool wooden cutting boards and posters. The most famous ones that go viral on Pinterest are the hope and never grow up print that you might have seen already. If you follow me on Pinterest you will for sure have.
Get the full home tour and recommendations where to buy decoration accessories I spied in Zilverblauw’s home after the jump. Also, I reveal some news at the end of the post. Let’s see whether you find what I’m up to. Continue reading
Hello everyone. Today I’m sharing another look inside tour. This home from Katja, the interior designer behind Mint & Mocha is styled with loads of whites, pastels and Scandinavian simplicity, but also with a touch of midcentury designs and pops of color. Definitely the opposite of this home.
My favorite of this home? The floor and the brass lamp. And I spy a similar alternative to my Hema vase.
What do you think about this place? Do you know where I can buy this or a similar dining table chair? Find the other images after the jump. I adore the wallpaper for the kids room too. Continue reading