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LIGHT FLOODED APARTMENT STYLED FOR SPRING

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I love the amount of light this beautiful apartment receives, as it creates a bright and fresh atmosphere. The light grey walls throughout the entire place work perfectly with the neutrally toned furniture pieces and accessories. The interior is kept simple with vintage pieces such as the dresser in the living room and the stool as a nightstand, adding character to the place while the minimalist string shelving in the living room is the functional and contemporary eye catcher.

via stadshem

A COZY NIGHT IN BRUSSELS: HYGGE

A week ago I traveled to Brussels for a night and stayed at the beautiful Hygge hotel. The interior in the hotel is a mixture of old and new, blending the selection of new materials with the classical pieces while keeping the architectural elements intact. The history of the building is combined perfectly with contemporary design pieces creating a warm and comfortable experience with attention to detail.

The Danish concept Hygge can’t be translated in one single word, but the idea incorporates a feeling of cozy contentment and well-being through enjoying the simple things in life. The interior design of the many Scandinavian designers throughout the hotel enhances this feeling by using natural materials such as wood, soft colors of wool and minimalist furniture pieces and accessories.

If you want a closer look at the Hygge hotel, click here. Oh and by the way their breakfast is definitely a must have, still dreaming about my chocolate croissant! 😉

photography by intentionally blank and Hygge hotel.

TOUCH OF BLUE

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I like the very subtile pops of blue used throughout this whole apartment. In every room there is a touch of blue to be found and especially in the living room this tint really shines and brings some playfulness to the classy interior. The balance between the dark blue details combined with vintage pieces makes for an unique interior, I especially like the glass cabinet next to dining table and the antique rug in the office.

via historiska hem

STYLISH TURN OF THE CENTURY HOME IN OSLO

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This turn of the century home in Oslo combines architectural details with both modern and vintage pieces. I especially like the simple decor of the space, it looks cozy and inviting but minimal at the same time and the vintage pieces really stand out. I actually just bought the plant box from Ferm Living myself (as seen on the last picture).

via Finn, styling and photography by Ina K. Andersen

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