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A fab mid-century inspired home in Berlin | my scandinavian home | Bloglovin’

A fab mid-century inspired home in Berlin (my scandinavian home)

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Never again will I pass-up thrift store chairs that could've been upholstered to look like THIS!

Urban Outfitters Home Decor

“Putting away all of our Christmas decorations yesterday wasn't easy. We love having our home completely dressed up for the holidays, but there is…”

Bistro tables are one of the best ways to add a dining area to a small home or…

12 Bistro Table Breakfast Nooks Where We'd Love to Have Our Morning Coffee

Bistro tables are one of the best ways to add a dining area to a small home or…

this is our guest bed and the simple linens is nice. I like the stacked magazine nightstand but couldn't do it. The coordinating but unique frames reaching high up the wall is nice and would be easy to do.

Good morning, chic friends, and happy Wednesday! Are you in the mood to tour a fabulous home today? We know we are! The prewar apartment by Marta Chrapka of Columbe Design is full of inspiration. It’s sure to make a normal Wednesday feel anything but! This incredible bedroom is the perfect way to end any day. This …

House Tour:Prewar Apartment

House tour: a Parisian-style apartment in Warsaw - Vogue Living

Top of cupboards as an art display space - genius.  This also helps the kitchen feel a little less functional…

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The Househunter 16/10/15 - Mad About The House

The Househunter 16/10/15

This is a very cozy home and I like the bare brick wall in the kitchen a lot. My favorites in this home are the bed with the artwork collage on the wall and the metro tiles with the recipes … Continue reading →

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I think it’s quite a bold move to pick kitchen cabinets in two different colors, but it works so well in this case. The two modules are separated from each other by those color blocks and it gives the room … Continue reading →