Yay! Yesterday I moved to my new apartment together with my friend Mmarlie. Soon I’ll share some photo’s with you how it all looks like. But first we need to make it a pretty house (there’s so much rubbish, random stuff and boxes everywhere!) How? By pimping some of our furniture. And so I went searching for some inspirational DIY’s.
Spray-paint always works. You can add more colour in your interior by just adding some small coloured accessories or just spray-paint items, like flower pots, table-legs, photo frame’s etc.
We have quite some space to stall are accessories. With 2 sides of the house being fully glass, we have lots of light. In front of all the windows are boxes placed over the heatings, so we can even sit on them, chill by the window and stall out my pots, vases, candles, plants… and so on! I collected some other fun and easy DIY’s for the interior.
OK, I did post about wall rugs and macrame a few weeks ago. But.. I came across a few more that I HAVE to share with you. These are so amazing. I would do anything (ok almost anything) to get one myself!
I found them on the website Brook&Lyn and next to these beautiful wall rugs they have gorgeous jewelry as well.
I found some other great wall -as I may call them – ‘thingy’s’. Cute stuff to decorate your walls with, including necklaces.
The fun part about this.. I’ll be moving to an apartment this weekend together with a friend. And so we have to decorate the whole place and my own bedroom (which is so big I’ll have a second living area in there as well hihi) So much fun, can’t wait to use all these little ideas!
We don’t always need those boring closets on the walls of our kitchen right? There are much nicer options to stall your plates, cups, pans, herbs and so on! The plates and cups you buy are the ones you like and want people to see and use right, why hide them? I think we should show them off and give our kitchen a more ‘lively’ appearance. Get inspired!
A gorgeous dose of rugs and macrame for the home.
I love these ‘hippy and bohemian’ art pieces. You can call it art right? You don’t really ‘use’ it, but it looks really nice in interiors like these. Damn I would love one in my house or as a replacement for a door or something, like a curtain-thingy or room separator. So exotic.
So many different sort of plants! Standing up straight.. pointing in any direction or hanging down. I love them all. They give me a happy, healthy and cozy feeling. It brings spring inside the house and makes your house more lively.
I actually found some flower-seeds in a random drawer yesterday , so I decided to plant those in several pots and jars as well. Hope to have some nice field-flowers inside the house soon!
This table is a project and first line of Tom van Noesel en Tico Oudhuis. Together they design furniture under the name ‘VANOUDS‘. The table is made out of nut-wood covered by a thick layer of epoxy. Because it’s a slice vertically cut from a tree in one piece, every table has (and keeps) it’s unique shape. To understand their proposition, you need to understand their name. VANOUDS literally means ‘as was in the past’. They strive for quality in their robust products.. ‘Remember there was a time objects where built to sustain instead of break after one fall, push or something?’
This really handy and I think beautiful desk is designed by Tomas Kral. It has an aluminum cloth that is placed on the wooden table, with another wooden finish on top. It was then folded to form a refined extension, a toolbox to store documents, objects, photo’s or anything that you need to work with or don’t want on your desk. It gives you space to store instead of piling it next to your computer. I think an awesome idea, wouldn’t mind having a desk like this myself!
Some wall flowers, rugs and patterns that make me very happy. I love these colours and combinations. It would be awesome to have a room in a house dedicated and full with these colours and prints, wouldn’t it!
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