White, wood, black. No more words necessary.
Let's start this week with a giveaway! Beach House Company
have just started to manufacture their sheets in international/UK sizes as well, available through Wayfair.co.uk
, so now everyone can enjoy their super soft jersey bedding. To celebrate this they are giving one lucky winner either 2 single size duvet covers OR one double size duvet cover + two pillowcases
from the basic collection, in the color of your choice. Worth appr. € 328.
To enter the competition, just answer these two questions below:
1. What sizes of Beach House duvet covers are available from Wayfair?
2. Which color is your favorite?
This competition will be open for one week, until January 23, when a winner will be chosen and announced here. Good luck!
Update! This giveaway is now closed. Congratulations Libby!
The moment I saw this home in the latest issue of Family Living
, I just knew I had to post it here, because it is totally a m a z i n g! The owners, Henriette and Peter, live here with their daughter, and run their company The White Briefs
from here as well. The 300 sqm house, located in the most beautiful part of southern Sweden called Österlen, was originally used as stables but after some substantial renovations, no one would guess... But there are still plenty of original details left, like the huge stable doors and the beams in the ceiling.
They chose a basic, paired down style for the interiors, with a white base and concrete floors. The furniture are mostly vintage or built on site. However, the burnt yellow hue of the kitchen tiles certainly stands out and creates a great focal point!
Photography: Jenny Brandt (one half of the DosFamily
Continuing on the theme of homes that aren't what you think... A World War II bunker turned into a penthouse apartment.
Welcome to a new blog year! I have high hopes for 2012! Let's make it an exciting year, filled with new adventures!
The flat below, filled with a mix of treasures from French fleamarkets and modern design pieces (and actually some things from Ikea as well), looks like a classic Parisian home. But it isn't! It's located in Malmö, in the south of Sweden.