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Tuesday
May072013

A KITCHEN'S NEW LIFE

There's nothing like having a spacious and cozy kitchen that will motivate you to cook delicious meals for the family. That's what London-based photographer Aby Campbell was aiming for when she renovated her newly-bought house. To achieve the warmth she was looking for, Aby took inspiration from the time she spent in upstate New York and used panelling on the walls and ceiling of the kitchen—a sure way to add character to any room. I love the fact tha she did without wall cabinets, a smart move on her part to make the room feel larger. There isn't a thing I don't like about this space. Every single nook in this kitchen screams good taste, plus her attention to detail is beyond amazing.

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Monday
May062013

A FACTORY OF POSSIBILITIES

It's hard to believe this bright and impeccable dwelling was once an old factory building in Berlin's city center. After relocating from London, Eve and Gerard Ruecker were in the hunt for a quiet, light-filled oasis in the middle of the German capital —a not-so-easy find in such a urban city. But when they found this crumbling factory, they instantly fell head-over-hills in love with its charm and saw plenty of potential in it. They hired the German architectural firm Miethe+Quehl to help them transform the industrial structure into a home with the Scandinavian flair they were going for: an ultra comfortable environment with a clean and minimalist approach. After completeing the long renovation, the Rueckers got the stunning oasis the had hoped for.

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Thursday
May022013

A LITTLE BIT OF MAGIC

It doesn't take much to convert your nest into the space you've always dreamt of. With a little creativity, some TLC and a gallon or two of paint, you can really do magic. That's what Sofia and Nils did when they moved into this sweet Stockholm apartment. Wanting to visually stretch the space, they painted the whole apartment, including the floors and trims, white. They also thought that by removing the old closets and creating custom built-in shelves to display their books and accessories, the apartment would feel more personalized. Like many DIYers, Sofia is a flea market junkie. She has a knack for spotting amazing finds she can later transform into cool-looking pieces to add to her industrial chic home.

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Monday
Apr292013

A SEASIDE HAVEN

Please, don't think I've abandoned your or my blogging duties for that matter. I've been just working tirelessly in a project that has kept me away from the keyboard. But after a week of nonstop running around I'm back in front of my computer set and ready to indulge you with a lot more design fabulosity. And what better way to resume my devoir than by showcasing this amazing villa in The Netherlands. After a much needed renovation by architectural firm Maxwan, this seaside beauty was redesigned into a modern haven with breathtaking views. Besides the vast amount of floor-to-ceiling windows, the coolest feature in the house is the spiral staircase adorned with a lace-like pattern. It adds a touch of whimsy to a rather minimalist space.

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Friday
Apr192013

SIMPLICITY AT ITS BEST

Let's finish this working week by taking a tour of this gorgeous Victorian home in East London. Its uncluttered and airy, open layout makes it the ideal place to spend a relaxing and peaceful weekend with loved ones. Light flows beautifully throughout all the rooms, highlighting the sublime textures and materials they used in the decor. Simplicity is what makes it so inviting. Happy weekend!

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Tuesday
Apr162013

A RUSTIC SURPRISE

It really doesn't take much to create a peaceful environment for your home. This charming flat in Stockholm is a perfect example of how simplicity combined with great taste can do a lot. They used the bones of apartment to highlight its beautiful original architecture. Their neutral color palette is enhanced by sprinkles of peacock blue spontaneously scattered around their home. But the most amazing feature in this Scandinavian home is the distressed pair of doors that lead to the bedroom—they add a cool rustic surprise to a very impeccably clean decor.

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Tuesday
Apr092013

FUNCTIONAL & CHARMING

This genuinely functional and relaxing Stockholm flat is characterized by an instinctive sense of light and openness—a Scandinavian design trait I simply love. The apartment is predominantly white which helps enhance the beautiful artwork and colorful collection of accessories. Although it's a modern and minimal space, the fireplace gives the apartment a touch of old charm, honoring the building's history.

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Monday
Apr012013

IN PERFECT HARMONY

I can't grasp with the idea that April is already here, and Summer will arrive in a blink of an eye. But for now, let's celebrate the beginning of a new month with this gorg kitchen from our friends at Sköna Hem. In a striking palette of black and white (one of my favorite color combos), this kitchen shows how this two opposites can come together in perfect harmony to create such an welcoming space. Ideal setting for a Monday morning cup of joe.

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