I wouldn’t say yellow is my favourite colour at all.. and I wouldn’t buy anything in that colour quickly as well.
But, when having a look trough my interior lookbook I came across these images.. And actually have to say that yellow could be great used as accent colour. What do you think? Would you paint your floor or a wall like this? It does lighten up the room right?
A house build in former horse stables.
‘Lovely Cottage’, the name of the house the staples were part of, had it’s last race, and shortly after, the unused stables fell into a state of disrepair. Until one day when Andy Ramus of AR Design Studio, which was completing renovations to the Manor House, recognized the potential of this historic stable. Shortly after, Lovely Cottage’s stable received a new lease on life as a modern three-bedroom house featuring much of the structure’s original barnlike character. The historic Manor House Stables, once home to a Grand National-winning horse, comprised a single-storey building with brick and stone walls and a gently sloping gabled roof.
Redundant features of the stables are also reused in the design. These include the old horse troughs, now used as sink basins, and tethering rings that function as towel hoops.
A very unconventional but gorgeous repurpose! It is styled minimalistic, but would be absolutely perfect with a good amount of plants, a big rug and some accessories.
Earlier this year a Portuguese studio also converted a stable block into a family house . Take a look!
I found and gathered some great items for this summer to share with you!
If only I had the time and money.. these would definitly be part of my wardrobe. And how cute are the socks and the bag right?!
I haven’t been thinking about buying or wearing sandles yet at all since the weather still ins’t that great. I’m still very happy with my Doc Martens, kind of living in those shoes at the moment haha. But seeing these black and gold robust sandles, I get kind of excited. It always feels like a hard job to find the right sandles that match all of your outfits and are actually comfortable. But I guess I should start the hunt for a pair of those soon now.
One of my favourite blogs is ‘The Brickhouse’. I gladly like to share this beautiful interior by Morgan Satterfield, interior stylist and owner of the blog.
The Brickhouse is a true inspiration to me, really cool DIY ideas and the featured interiors are amazing. It’s always the perfect dose of retro combined with modern furniture and accessories. The little cute dog is a true ‘icon’ on the website as well. I guess it’s kind of a part of the interior and home as well right?
Enjoy her interior and make sure to check out the tumblr of the Brickhouse for a great dose of design inspiration!
I came across these pictures of a truly inspiring blog recently.
A Restless Transplant is a blog by a guy who left his design job in New York In August 2011 and bought a VW van. Since then, he has put 50.000 miles driving around west America, surfing and camping.
A thing I would love to do my whole life. Whenever I’m able to save up enough money I hope I’m able to do something like this as well. Already have so many countries on my list I want to visit. But seeing these pics, I guess I have to add a whole lot more!!
Not only his adventures are amazing and beautiful but his photographs as well. Enjoy this selection of his images, but make sure to visit his blog as well and get inspired!
I’m a huge fan of turquoise and green. Especially the old mat tones. They give a nice fresh and soft touch to a living space.
I gathered a bunch of images where these tones of turquoise and green are used, all in a very original or ‘different’ way.
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