The unconventional color scheme of this kitchen puts me in a beautiful state of awe. The grey-taupe of the cabinets harmonizes perfectly with the petrol blue wall (which color I absolutely adore as it is on the wall in our bedroom). The tone on tone shelves give great storage options and I love how the accessories stand out against the blue.
Doesn’t this turn of the century apartment look absolutely stunning? The sophisticated look got me at first glance. Apart from the original wood floor, the moldings and the doors, I think the color palette of this home fits perfectly as well. The beige color scheme is enhanced with grey, black and umber accent pieces for a very warm yet stylish look. The accessories in the living room pop out even more because of the shelf and wall tone, which is a style I personally love.
Today we celebrate Sinterklaas in the Netherlands and for me, aside from my first Glüwein and putting up our tree last weekend, this is the beginning of the Christmas season! I love how Ferm Living, one of my favorite brands, offer a new take to the all so well known Christmas classics. The moody setting decorated with candles, brass and marble elements instantly brings the perfect amount of holiday joy and spirit.
via ferm living
The wheel of design is always turning, so how amazing is it when something you remember from your childhood as obsolete is suddenly the peak of chic. Welcome back to terrazzo, a material with all kinds of uses.
As this Berlin apartment perfectly shows, the same terrazzo is used in the kitchen and in the guest bathroom to perfection. The atmosphere throughout the space is kept in dark moody colors allowing the white, colorful terrazzo to be the accent.
via valido architects
Below are a few more examples that caught my eye.
(image credit: nordiskakok)
(image credit: dzek)
(image credit: artem)
(image credit: nomos)
Also, check out my older post showing this stunning terrazzo bathroom combination.