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I love change in my own house.. I try to switch around with the furniture, change the accessories every few weeks or see if I can replace an item that I don’t like that much by something new. And something new doesn’t mean it has the be ‘new’. Actually I like secondhand stuff much more. Though a brand new couch or table would look nice. But I believe a new and modern item like a couch or a table mixed with some secondhand items can probably give you the perfect interior.

I’m changing my interior bit by bit from student like living to an actual house! Last week I got rid of my old desk. I got that one when I was studying and didn’t have money to buy a fancy one but replaced it by something much better.
Now I like a clean and empty desk. Who can work on a messy desk right? Well, I can’t though.. So I went trough my interior moodboards and used these interiors as my inspiration! I’d love to share some of them with you.

 

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blog.bodieandfou.com
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www.newzealanddesignblog.com/2013/11/homestyle-magazine-gets-10-homemade

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I actually bought the white desk you see in the pictures here. A drawer on one side just like the first picture and one support leg like in the last 3 pictures. And let me tell you a little secret.. a fancy desk doesn’t have to be super expensive.
Ikea does it.. Easy does it!
Find yourself a cool vintage light and maybe some plants.. and ready to use that gorgeous desk!

Need some more inspiration? Go check out my ‘workspace‘ Pinboard.

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Not in the mood for a real christmas tree.. allergic, too traditional or maybe just no time?

Here’s some super nice solutions to decorate your house for Christmas without a real tree!
Little branches, painted branch ends, 
paper folded trees, posters perfect replacements.
I actually like this even more than the traditional trees to be honest. Get inspired! 

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dansunpetitvillage.bigcartel.com

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themerrythought.com#04

www.gardenista.com#05

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#02 dansunpetitvillage #03 elisabethheier #04 themerrythought.com #05 gardenista #06 pikkuvarpunen #07 self-service #08 bijzondermooi

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MARBLE – MARBLE – MARBLE

As said in the previous post.. Marble is back! Not kitsch or all super expensive now.. and not only in the stone form it comes from our mother nature, but you can find marble now in the bookstore, clothing store or surfboard shop  as well.
I collected some items and spaces by which marble works so nice! Doesn’t it look really cool with copper and pastel colours btw? I’m convinced.

And if you know Anyone who can marble a surfboard just like here in the picture.. let me know, I need mine to get this look!

shallowww.biz

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luvocracy.com

fab.hardpin.com

hindsvikathome.com

 

 #01 shallowww.biz #02 – #03 – #04 luvocracy.com #05 – #06 hindsvikathome.com

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While getting inspired for a project I’m working on right now I ran into these images..
And since it has been a while I did an interior post, it was about time to share these new findings with you!

 www.stan-co.nl

#1 Handwritings and walpaintings to me are always a good add. It gives the space a fun and playfull factor.
I love adding a carpet in a ‘commercial’ space. It gets so much closer to a cozy and homie feel.

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kaper22.blogspot.com.ar

#3 I really like bricks and clean tiling next to eachother.
Although there aren’t any colours in contrast.. the structure and texture contrast give a nice feel to it.

knstrct.com Kith Cafe Singapore

#4 Welcome back Marble!! Need to give this trend some attention.
Marble has been kitschy for a long time, But.. It’s back! Offcourse you got to combine this with the right colours and texture not to make it kitsch again.
In this setting, it think it’s done very very well.

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#5 Not sure where to place the bar? Or is it a temporary thing? Just use crates or maybe old workingtables as a construction! Looks pretty cool doesn’t it?

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#6 Tiling tiling tiling.. Pretty well exicuted here, combining it with light wood and concrete.
I might have added some darker wood myself cause now it looks all very light and clinic. But guess that’s a matter of opinion and choice.
Ow I like how they used yellow, it’s after all a pretty hard colour to use well.

#1 stan-co.nl #2 thedriftbar.co.uk #3 kaper22.blogspot.com.ar #4 knstrct.com #5 – #6 superette.co.za

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It’s been already 2 weeks since me and my dear Canadian friends where visiting each other in London.Time flies! On my last day of my stay we went for lunch at Leila’s shop, near Bricklane in Shoreditch. On Calvert Avenue to be specific.

I didn’t know this place, but Elyse went here before. Why we went to this place specific? Well it has a great story. There is this tiny lunchroom, with an open kitchen. A cook with flaxy grey hair is preparing the food, there’s a waiter, it could have been anyone really, and Leila herself.

The story that comes with the shop is Leila McAllister’s philosophy: providing excellent food. The meals are inspired by the way people cook in East Europe. With meats from Poland and vegetables as pumpkins, potato’s, courgettes and aubergines they try to be as creative as possible and make different meals out of it every time.

outside

shop entrance

Now next door, Leila has a little shop where she sells all ingredients and products used in the restaurant. This way you can buy your meal next door to make it yourself at home. Buy the french knife you have to cut your fresh fruits with you ordered, the herbs on your salade, green oranges, or the lovely fresh bread. Well you get it.. A great place to have a nice and healthy breakfast, lunch or just a coffee or tea.

inside shop, tins

veggies at Leila's shop

Leila!

Leila McAllister herself!

table accessories

I love the overall look of the shop, great colours, retro style and materials like rough wood, crates, sackcloth, tins and she definitly picked the perfect table accessories. Great experience, loved it!

Elyse, canadian bestie

Leila's lunchroom kitchen

counter, flowers and glasses

pumpkin lettuce salad

frittata

I myself had a salad with red and green lettuce, pumpkin, hazelnuts and goats-cheese. A gorgeous simple and heavy salad. My friend Elyse went for the stuffed frittata with a small side salad. Really tasty! I Actually remade the salad myself when I got back home, will put a recipe online soon.
Leila’s shop doesn’t have its own website but you can follow on facebook here.

portrait Me

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On a rainy day like yesterday, I can only think of laying in bed the whole day watching a nice movie or some series..
And by that idea I thought it was nice to share some gorgeous bohemian bedrooms with you.

bohemian, bed, bedroom,

#01 peacockpavilions #02 – 03 frommoontomoon   #04 – 05  the home australia #06  kararosenlund #07 moonandtrees #08 canary-bird-anemo

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in the bedroom

my dear cactu

my dear cacti pt. 2So happy with my tiny cactusses and little plants I’m growing.

candle cups

blankets

fav vases

our pets Patrick and KevinMeet our pets Patrick and Kevin. For sure the easiest dogs you can get yourself.

a lost hands, some more cacti and a palmtree

candles

indoor strairs gardenNever enough plants in the house! Meet our indoor garden we made on some old stairs my grandpa used for painting in houses back in the days.

my precious very retro sewingmachineI have my own corner in the livingroom to DIY and remake my clothing with these retro Pfaff I got from an auntie.

herbs!

I guess it was about time I should share some photo’s of my new appartement I share with my friend. We both love vintage accesories and furniture.. Although we don’t have the exact same taste in interior styling I think we made a good combination out of our stuff. The first 6 pics are from my bedroom. The other ones I took from the livingroom and open kitchen.

© Juliette van Oorschot

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