Tiny Dutch Apartment

Thursday, October 23








Interior designer and stylist Brechtje Troost currently lives in this 60 square-meter apartment situated in the brick townhouse, dating from 1890, in central Amsterdam. All the home is full of vintage objects and decor, carefully put together, creating nice, cozy atmosphere. I like the idea with the small cabinets hung on the wall as the shelves and of course, this big danish modern sideboard!

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Mid Century Awesomeness in a Swedish Apartment

Wednesday, October 22

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This is an lovely example of blending mid century modern Scandinavian design with contemporary pieces at home. My favorite place here is the living room with the teak sideboard and white colored String shelf.  This is that kind of a small ordinary apartment where the skilfully chosen decor and furniture made it something unique and instantly lovable.

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Playful Danish Apartment

Monday, October 20





Nanna Thoustrup describing his home as humorous and playful. And really, it contains some fresh, positive vibes, even the most of the home is black and white, the living area is creative combination of wood pallets, OSB boards and colorful textile and wall paint.

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Small Apartment filled with Danish Modern

Sunday, October 19







Second-hand dealer and stylist Dede Ingerslev has decorated his house with a beautiful selection of mid century modern designs. It works just right when the white Scandinavian interior is filled with teak danish modern furniture and some accent colors. Here it is a blue color and it is used sparingly but gives enough interest to the place.

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A House connected with Nature

Tuesday, October 14










This wonderful family home brings together minimalism, mid century design and nature. Actually, it have a tree growing inside the house - wow! Designed by architect Alessandro Sartore, located at the foot of the Pedra da Gávea Mountains in Itanhangá, a neighborhood in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
I posted some Brazilian houses in the past and they all share this beautiful connection to nature, although being very modern, minimalistic, using lot of concrete and modern design. It works very well, especially when the interior is warmed by skilfully selected art and wonderful retro furniture.

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Renovated Danish House from the 60s

Monday, October 13








Mikkel Bahr with his wife Anja Fazlic Bahr, both industrial designers made some pretty renovation of this prefabricated House from 1964. There are many styles, skilfully combined, from the colorful art and chairs in living / dining area to black and white working place with a cool big bookshelf and also some rustic elements and natural tones used.

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Amazing Inspiration from Åhléns Magazine

Saturday, October 11







Some pretty sweet inspiration from Emma Persson Lagerberg 's and Petra Bindel shoot for Åhléns Magazine. Mix of natural wood, pastel green tones and white, set up in a beautiful old apartment with high ceilings and rich decor. Love on a first sight if you ask me.

Apartment with a Homelike Atmosphere

Thursday, October 9








The apartment which I found at the fantastic Fantastic Frank today, immediately reminded me of that nice, warm, homelike atmosphere of my Grandparents place. All the old stuff that looks like it was collected through the ages, lots of greens, art and pastel painted walls. Nice change from the super white, bright scandinavian apartments. What do you say?