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Sunday
Mar192017

A small, neutral apartment in Sweden

I have fallen for this small, 71 m2 apartment in the Stockholm 'hood of Östermalm. It's all dolled up in my favourite colour palette of shades of grey and white with accents of black and pale pink. The decor has been kept un-fussy and makes the space feel larger. The adorable exterior is a bonus. Available for sale through Lagerlings

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Sunday
Mar122017

Neutral and thrifty

I had to share this home in Biarritz, France I came across on vtwonen because I think a Sunday should start off with a smile. And this home has me grinning from ear to ear. Scandinavian vibe, lots of whites and neutrals, and thrifted goodies throughout. This is all things lovely. (Photos: Julien Fernandez)

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Wednesday
Feb222017

A white beach house

We have featured many beach houses here on the blog over the years, and many of them take the nautical theme a tad too far. But not this one! I absolutely adore this Florida home. With different shades of white/off-white and not a speck of blue in sight, this is elegant yet earthy and minimalist. No fuss decor with lots of natural fabrics make this so effortless and soothing. I love that aside from a couple of throw blankets there are no patterns, making this so easy on the eye. By Tennessee-based interior designer Rozanne Jackson.

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Wednesday
Feb152017

It's hard to be neutral

I'm passionate about the neutral tones of this Greenwich Village apartment by Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent. Love the biscuit and the taupe, the tan and the ecru, the caramels, creams and whites. Don't get me started on the Tobia Scarpa Soriana sofa, the lighting, the marble and the brass. I'm loving the bedroom and the matching shower and dressing room. No I'm definitely not on the fence about the gorgeous home that the pair share with their daughter Poppy. Perfect.

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Monday
Feb062017

Hudson House

There are two blaring omissions with this amazing house by Brooklyn/Miami based interior designer Jennifer Bunsa. 1) It does not belong to me and 2) I never knew that I really, really needed a ginormous macramé owl in my life. Seriously I need both. Now.

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