White delight

Good morning. Now I know there is a lot of love out there for Black, Charcoal and Night Jewell#2. I am one of those who have indeed falling in love with that dark side. However, my heart honestly still skips a beat when I see warm & welcoming white decor & spaces.

It is quite hard to decide which I love best.

Here is some eye candy for you ♥

 

 

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PASTEL PLEASURE IN THIS HOME

Beautiful home of Jewelry designer Stine A. Johansen holds such calm and character. The colors are gorgeous and welcoming. Beautiful and elegant. This home is via Interiør Magasinet. Photos by Birgitta Wolfgang Drejer.

Dashes of colour on unique artwork. White wooden and unpainted floors contrast pleasantly. I really like the simply white glass door.

Stunning chandelier hanging in kitchen – what a unique display. Simple lines and interior allow the paintings to penetrate the ambiance in each room.

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WHITE BATHROOM INSPIRATION

My appreciation for white interiors is improving. I have never seen myself living in all white interior. I get the feeling I would make it messy … with my books, magazines and photographs. With my impulse buys of cushions and accessories and day-to-day living. I’m not sure I could pull it off for long. But I drool over anyone’s home who carries it well. Like Jeanette from FRYD + DESIGN.

These bathrooms seen via Skona Hem inspire me. A bathroom is a place to relax, to freshen up. It is pure and calm. Clean and tranquil. What do you feel about white bathrooms?

All photographs are from Skona Hem.

WHITE, STRIPES & COLOUR

There is much to say about the amazing calm white decor brings. Touched by a hint of colour. I get so inspired looking at these rooms and get so inspired to add more white to my home.

I am also a BIG fan of stripes at the moment. These cushions below are gorgeous! I’m sure you will see more stripes on CS.

Photo above via from Scandinavia with love seen from Skeppsholmen.


Photo via from Scandinavia with love, photographer is Stellan Herner.