Saw this awesome tiny little studio apaprtment on pinterest a while back and I have been trying to find the source of those pics ever since! So much crammed into a tiny space yet it feels wonderfully cosy, inviting and so incredibly full of style and personality. Everything is there even a fireplace! Scandi with a touch of boho and industrial, this place is proof size really isn’t important! What do you think?
Stunning turn of the century apartment in central Stockholm, white with an autumnal feel to it which I love.For sale through Fantastic Frank, it still has many original features such as parquet flooring, amazing windows, ceiling roses, panelled doors…Beautifully styled by Swedish interior stylist Josefin Hague […]
My love and slight obsession for One Fine Stay is no big secret! I LOVE gauking at all these beautiful places and getting inspiration from them. This one in France in a neighborhood of Paris, in the 17th arrondissement of the city.A great place to stay if you are looking for somewhere away from the main tourists attractions and prices that usually go with! Batignolles has recently become a trendy district for young artists looking for inexpensive working spaces.To me it is the real Paris. Lots of indepedant boutiques, trendy cafes (Visit Le Bal Cafe for some of the best coffee in Paris, it is located in a cool cultural center that has regular photo exhibits). And last but not least, there is a big organic market well worth the visit especially if you are self catering (and a foodie like me!). The house is simply but beautifully furnitured with white walls, wood floors, mismatched furniture, a totally awesome internal window giving the whole place a relaxed scandi/boho vibe.
Available through One Fine Stay.
As promised some beautiful images from the Amsterdam pop-up store, Enter The Loft, where everything you see is for sale!This edition was done in The Vaudeville Theatre and was their winter 2014, or second, edition.Just pure delight…enjoy…You can view Enter the Loft number 1 here.
I stumbled upon these guys on Pinterest (of course!) some time ago and I was wowed by their style, they are from Brooklyn New York and they have been featured in most interior mags at some point so you may be familiar with them already.They totally inspire me and I usually turn to them for a much needed boost when I need to inject a little bright colour here and there. They certainly know how to mix vintage and contemporary and work in complete harmony with whatever architectural detail they are working with.Which designer inspire you?
- Apartment on the Upper East Side in New York
- Town house in West Village
Photography The New Design Project