Vase, HenBecDecor via Etsy: 20 USD
Wine & bar, Norman Copenhagen: 3 for 20 Euros
Tyst placemats, IKEA: 6.04 Euros
Cork stools, Jasper Morrison for Vitra: 3 for 405 USD
Pin board, ferm Living: 40 Euros
Coffee table, Arktura: price upon request
Coaster, ferm Living: 16 Euros
Dusty deco is an online Scandinavian second hand shop. Those pictures are from the apartment of the owners (I really like the eclectic mix!), that proves once more, that you don’t necessarily need to spend a lot of money to get a cool interior…
for more information, go on their website here.
I needed something for the long and plain wall in my bathroom (that is completely white and gray), I had already added color with turquoise accessories so I went for the same color composition.
I used some simple and cheap IKEA frames and I have been collecting interior design pages with patterns I like for months. In addition to that, you will need a cuter (or scissors but it’s a lot faster with the cuter and the result is better), some nails and nylon string to fix your art work on the wall).
Once all the frames are ready, lay them on the floor to see in which order you want to hang them.
Abigail Ahern is a great interior designer. I love her edgy and eclectic sense of style and that every room she designs looks warm, funky, inviting and find her a great inspiration.
Her book “ a girl’s guide to decorating” is out and available here.
I love sending cards, my collection is getting bigger and bigger because I always bring cards back from abroad and I stock up during sales. My boyfriends always makes fun of me because I send postcards when we are on holidays (sometimes even from a weekend abroad) but I think you can never replace the joy feeling of opening your mail box and finding a note with an SMS or an email…
I discovered pop+shorty on another blog and I really like the concept… here’s the website, they also make t-shirts, buttons, magnets, etc. and you can order everything online.
So really, what do you think? Am I too old fashioned?