This apartment, located in France, is one of the coolest things I ever did see. Mixed with dark wood, white walls, pops of pink ( of every hue ), and industrial touches, this is one of a kind. I’ve never thought of myself as much of a pink person, but when it’s done right – I go crazy. Just like this one! And that painting … sigh, so good!
I love that for her feature in Other People’s Homes, Victoria Hannan chose to photograph differently. Filled with shapes, space, and lighting, it’s a unique look into her place, which makes it even more special. It’s the kind of things you see on a daily basis but maybe ignore. It’s beauty in the ordinary.
Photographer Hilda Grahnat’s apartment is simply to die for. It’s ecclectic, modern, and full of light! Not only that, but her photographs are stunning as well. She has a whole ALBUM full of imagery from her place, so don’t miss out!
Design essentials from Louise Roe are perfectly neutral, simple, and classic. And I sure could crawl into that bed right now, that’s for sure!!
French stylist Carolyn Quartermaine’s home, photographed by Martin Morrell, makes my heart so very happy. WHITE SPACE. Pops of color! The whole shebang of what I love most in design. I’ve always been one of those people who believes 100% in simplicity, with a little bit of flair, which is just what this home showcases.
From patterns to vivid colors, they all look so lovely against the white fixtures, walls + furniture. And that first picture? I want to plan myself in that chair and work all day. How nice of a studio space would THAT be!?
H&M has a home + lifestyle line … just not in the states yet. But that doesn’t mean I can’t swoon over their simple aesthetics. From chevron to simple white sheets, they’ve really got it going on! Plus, I really do like how they styled their photographs. That was a major plus! You can browse through more of their selections right here. Enjoy!
I’m digging these photos from Leslie Thomson’s home … all at the same table, but with different compositions and subject matter. It kind of looks like the perfect place to spend the morning, doesn’t it??