Pink and green should always be seen. Copenhagen apartment via Elle Decoration.
Lotta Agaton; Lotta style. A white-on-white Scandi aesthetic is timeless.
With touches like the wicker hamper, photo wall and foraged leaves it feels homely and not sterile.
Interior Design by my fave Lotta Agaton, Photography by Kristofer Johnsson for Residence magazine
My own taste leans to lighter timber, but I’m loving seeing the resurgence of deep dark oak.
This minimally-styled custom cabinetry so sophisticated, and the low-contrast terrazzo is interesting but not intrusive.
Hellaw, perfect teeny kitchen (see it all over on Remodelista)!
Love the custom cabinet knobs, the butler’s sink, the sage green, the linen curtains used to create concealed storage…
P.S: Steal this idea – Tiny enamelware pie dish as a kitchen sink caddy.
Designed by 1934, Photography by Ruby Woodhouse (one of the designers – a renaissance woman)
Beautiful bathroom with modern-industrial-meets-18th-Century vibes.
Love the touches of burnt mustard and blush in this space…
Perfect relaxed spot for brunchin’.
I’m still obsessed with linen tablecloths – we actually eat at the table so much more now that we have one.
Beautiful high ceilings, a space soaked in sunlight, extra wide Butler’s sink, brass accents, and the COOLEST (yeah they deserve all caps) drawer pulls. Love the black-stained timber alongside the natural shiplap panels.
Go see the rest of this home over on SFGirlbyBay, Photography by Lily Glass
Things I like: A simple glass jar as a utensil holder, displaying your loveliest practical pieces in sets, spending a little extra on a nice hand-wash for the sink because you totally deserve it, and sticking to pared back tones because they’re clean and timeless.
Photography by Katrine Rohrberg
Styled by illustrator, instagrammer and mumma Kelli Murray
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