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Decorating a flat

HOW TO DECORATE MY HOME #2

Time for another post on inspiration for interior design. I got such great respons on How To Decorate My Home #1 so I figured I’d get some more out there. And it’s great when you guys leave comments, so I know what you’re into. Here we go: JamesPowditch-7-900x1200JamesPowditch-23-600x800JamesPowditch-1-1240x800 First out is this insanely cool indoor jungle home.  It’s the home of artist James Powditch and graphic designer Diane Adair located in Australia. I love all the concrete mixing with the warm wood and the plants. Plus that you can find the deep blue in all details. I don’t think I would ever have to leave my home if it looked this way and imagine all the brilliant parties! House_Komazawa_Park_07 House_Komazawa_Park_04 copySecondly we have this wooden house built in the busier district of Tokyo and it is a bright oasis. Again, indoor forest seems to be a theme here. But also the enormous ceilings and the scaled down Japanese design will always make my knees weak. I’m thinking this place with the enormous windows must be so dreamy during summer storms. Maybe a bit like the rainy scene in Norwegian Wood. Frag-wide-1240x800Frag-wide2-1240x800Frag-8-600x800 copyFinally I picked out the home of designer Frag Woodall and his wife Naomi. They describe it as Scandinavian, which surely is a lot more flattering for Scandinavians than being associated with IKEA. I’ve become such a sucker for white flooring now and I think it’s because our dark and hellish winters that I’m craving all things bright.

I can’t really decide on which one I like the most, but perhaps the second one? Let me know what you think.

 

If you like this, check out:
How To Decorate My Home #1

 

Linn

HOW TO DECORATE MY HOME #1

Interior design is so much fun! I’ve missed decorating my home now that I’m living with my parents. But it’s not that long before I’m moving back to London and in with Daniel agains so then I will make up for it.

These are some dream homes that I hope that my flat will look a bit like:

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The bright home of the interior designer Andrew Trotter and Spanish photographer Mari Luz Vidal in Catalunya, Spain. I like the thought of living in a bright white flat filled with antiques and so many plants that it feels like an indoor jungle.

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Photographer Penny Lane, which by the way is her real name (!), living in an old chocolate factory in Sydney. The contrast with all white floors and a soft black bathroom makes the flat feel so spacious. I want to fill my place with art like she has. And it’s great how she picks up the colour in the paintings with fabric to add colour.

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I’m not sure if it’s because I’m spending an unhealthy amount of time in front of my laptop followed by the regular rainy city life. But me and Daniel living in a treehouse in Chile feels like a brilliant idea! Waking up before massive windows overlooking nothing but a lush forest. Imagine how much writing I would get done here, and snogging.

Do you like these kind of posts? Because I have so many many more homes to show in that case.

 

Linn

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