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Jo has featured interiors by Finish designer Joanna Laajisto a few times, so I was stoked to find a feature of the Helsinki apartment she shares with her photographer husband Mikko Ryhänen. This 1928 remodeled space is beautifully restrained and bathed in white. Scandinavian decor at its finest. (Photos by Mikko Ryhänen via Living)
Modern and beachy, with touches of green and blues to remind you of the sea. A heavenly retreat on Cottesloe Beach, Western Australia created by Collected Interiors. Taking the inspiration from the coastal location, we utilised textures and colours inspired by nature and the ocean to accomplish airy and fresh interiors. Simple, clean, window treatments suit the beach lifestyle and louvered windows let the afternoon sea breeze in. Timber flooring was complimented by textured flat weave rugs, easy to shake off beach sand. A combination of materials and textures were used such as cotton, linen and hemp to create an organic natural feel. The colour palette of indigo and white takes inspiration from the Indian Ocean. (See more of their work here)
This 70m² apartment also designed by Berlin's NOVONO is pushing all the right buttons for me as well. Where the first apartment had a global vibe, this one is more masculine and industrial. What's not to love? It is mostly black and white, has my dream chesterfield, a glorious dark teal accent wall, black and white colour scheme, reclaimed wood features throughout and subway tile in the kitchen. Yes, I adore this one too.
This is the first of two projects I wanted to share with you from Berlin interior architecture firm NOVONO. Founder and director Nora von Nordenskjöld designed this apartment in Berlin with a distinctive global vibe. Swathed in rich earth tones with a mix of ethnic and mid-century furnishings, this modern residence is serene and welcoming. I love every inch of it.
P.S. Sorry folks, due to a shortage of entries, pets on furniture should hopefully be back next week.