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Danish designer Tine Kjeldsen is well known for her homeware label Tine K Home. Her family home is located on Danish island Funen but she also owns a beautiful home on the Spanish island of Mallorca.
This holiday home on the Spanish island of Ibiza has been newly built (by architectal firm Blakstad Design Consultant) in the style of the traditional fincas (= Spanish farmhouses) typical to the island.
Online shop Little Upside Down Cake (LUDC) has some gorgeous ceramic pieces and other homeware items in their collection.
Scandinavian meets bohemian chic in this beautiful Swedish home. Owner Malin Persson has mixed a white base with natural materials and accessories sourced on travels, resulting in a bohemian chic vibe.
Have you ever wanted a vintage rug like the ones featured here in the San Giorgio Hotel? Then this is your chance as Le Souk is having a spectacular sale!
I’m loving the Tom Dixon lights in this beautiful Danish home! The pendants are inspired by the sculptural simplicity of brass cooking pots and traditional water vessels on the subcontinent.
This beautiful 19th home in the hills of Marseille (France) belongs to Emma Francis, owner of stylish fashion brand Sessùn.
Every month of this beautiful calendar poster has it’s unique paint texture and color, fitting the month and season of the year.
Here is the latest Fall/Winter collection from one of my favorite Dutch fashion brands Humanoid, known for stylish yet comfortable clothing pieces.
I love Victorian style terrace houses. This stunning home, designed by Beatrix Rowe Interior Design, is located in Melbourne, Australia.
When renovating a home a lot of thought goes into making a floor plan, choosing kitchen and bathroom appliances, selecting a colour scheme and buying furniture pieces.
This beautiful historic country house located in Puglia, Italy, is idyllically surrounded by 30,000m2 of private grounds with olive groves and vineyards.
You might know Yvonne Eijkenduijn from her well-known blog Yvestown where she shares cooking, baking, gardening, crafting, decorating, and DIY tips.
When Constance and Dorian bought this house near Biarritz, France, in 2006 it was in ruin. There were only three walls left and an extensive renovation, which lasted about eight years, was necessary to turn the 1940′s house into a warm and cozy family home.
Danish brand ferm LIING has again created some beautiful new products that have been added to their kids collection.
I love this Gothenburg (Sweden) apartment which is decorated in lovely subtle color palette of white, grey, cream and beige.
Last weekend I was in Paris to visit Maison et Objet, one of the largest and most important interior trade shows in the world.
This leopard print coat from Emerson Fry is just stunning! The limited run 1960′s style coat is based on piece from Emerson Fry’s vintage archive.
A kitchen made of wood has been on my wish list for a long time. But when renovating our home a few years ago we chose to have white kitchen cabinets as we already had a wooden floor (and we did not want to have ‘wood on wood’).
After the success of their wooden cabins in Comporta, Joao and Andreia Rodrigues turned their attention to an old family farm set among 400 hectares of wildflower fields, lakes and cork groves near the hill top village of Montemor-o-Novo in Alentejo, an unspoilt part of Portugal.