Hello folks. I hope you had a good weekend so far. It’s Sunday and definitely not fun-day, as I’m feeling demotivated and kind of meh. Do you know this Sunday feeling?This typical Sunday, where nothing goes right. You already wake up with a bad mood, cause you know today is the last day of the weekend and tomorrow your alarm will ring at 7 am, which when only thinking about it, sucks out all energy gained over night and leaves you with very optimistic look-out to the rest of day, thus an awfully negative Sunday-freaking-Blues. Hopefully someone out there has some sympathy for my Sunday-misery. Nonetheless, after a cozy breakfast with coffee and warm bread, the world already looked much different and I gained back my energy while screening my latest vtwonen magazine. Yes, something I do Sundays. And I got even more excited when I found an amazing home tour featuring a freestanding charming bungalow in France which experienced a total metamorphosis.
I’m happy to walk you through this beautiful, handmade home from Constance and Dorian who are located in France. What do I like about this place? The retro-look with Scandinavian inspired color combinations such as white and natural wood. Furthermore, the handmade aspect that turned the former ruin into a modern vintage home with a personal touch. It took the French couple 8 years to rebuild their dream house and they did it all themselves. Wow (!) And I thought I was hands-on..
Let’s take a look at the different rooms. Continue reading
Hello and Happy Weekend my dear readers. I’m glad it’s weekend and I can spend some time on my favorite hobby, and that is blogging about the latest trends in the interior decoration industry. Last time I mentioned that I have some exciting news for you. And I really do. Maybe you’ve already seen it, as I know you. However, if not, then, lean back now and enjoy. I’ve got the new Bloomingville Spring Summer 2015 Collection for you today. Ok, I admit, I’m over the moon enthusiastic about the new collection, because first of all I love Bloomingville. It’s one of my favorite interior design and decoration brands. Second, this collection is special. I’m not sure whether the interior gods have heard my wishes, but all big brands incorporated my most-liked colors and themes in their designs for this season. Pastels, ceramics, florals and botanicals, birdies, marble, metallics, plants and geometrics. Oh holy macaroni, I love these trends. Now, would you like to see what I’m talking about? Then here are a few images from Bloomingville.
Tell me, are you also so thrilled by this collection? What do you think about the colors? Do you spot any favorite items? I’m in love with the geometric vases. I’ve always been.
Yesterday I came across a beautiful blog, named Studio Frey that directly caught my attention due to its beautiful photos and cute illustrations.
Studio Frey is the online scrapbook by Dutch creative Sigrid Bulens. A place where she shares and dreams. (I’m seeing similarities here) Sigrid describes her pastel colored corner of the Internet with keywords such as: dreams, design, love, diy and collecting stationary, tableware, ribbons and beautiful packaging. In her day job she works as graphic designer at 101Woonideeen, which is one of my most favorite interior and DIY magazines.
If you like her blog, you can also follow her on Pinterest and Instagram, which I do already. Sigrid takes you into a pastel cotton candy dream world with her photos. Look for yourself and take a tour through a soft fluffy wonderland after the jump. Continue reading