Christmas wreath DIY challenge

Christmas wreath DIY challenge

Maybe we are a little bit behind, but we’re sure not all of you made a Christmas wreath for your door.

Last weekend we organized a little Christmas wreath do it yourself challenge and we are pretty proud of how they turned out! 3 completely different yet beautiful wreaths and we all got to bring one home! WIN-WIN

We used beautiful Christmas greenery from Nina‘s garden. She has a real winter wonderland around her house and we are very jealous.

Hopefully, we inspire you to make your own wreath. Continue reading “Christmas wreath DIY challenge”

Preparing for a bedroom makeover with House Babylon bed linen

Preparing for a bedroom makeover with House Babylon bed linen

While it might seem like the basic idea behind the home interior design is how to make your home look good, it is actually how to make yourself feel good in your home.

How easily overlooked that subtle difference is crossed my mind a while ago when I got the collaboration opportunity from House Babylon, an ethically-sourced luxury linen and bedding company from London.

You see, we wrote about bedroom design and we always say that bed linen has a huge impact on bedroom styling. But it also has a crucial role in how you feel in your bed. And in the end, isn’t that the most important thing?

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Christmas gifts for hosts

Christmas gifts for hosts

While looking forward to Christmas dinners and parties, we started to think about gifts for hosts.

It’s a special gift category, isn’t it? Mostly because sometimes you don’t even know that well the person whose party you’re attending. It could be your friends’ sister. Or your boyfriends’ aunt you’re meeting for the first time. How on Earth could you know what she might like?

You can’t. That’s why we suggest practical, simple, stylish and a little over the board gifts no one could resist. Continue reading “Christmas gifts for hosts”

Tink Things – a sensory furniture your kids are gonna love

Tink Things – a sensory furniture your kids are gonna love

Remember when we wrote a post about what kids can teach us about interior design? Well, one of the things was Kids need to have their space in the apartment, just like grown-ups do.

We all invest in great furniture pieces for ourselves, but we often buy a pour quality furniture for our kids because we have this thought in the back of our mind that they’ll soon grow out of it. So why invest in something they’ll use just for a short period of time?
But our kids need to learn early on about good quality design and learn to take care of valuable things. And if those pieces will improve their learning and growth, even better!

Kids simply amaze us, they always surprise us, the way they see things around them, how their imagination works are astonishing.
And also how playful they are, they just can’t calm down!

Remember how hard it was to sit still in a school chair? Raise your hand if your teacher told you a billion times to stop rocking in your chair. Well, up until now no one really thought about why kids do that? Why they can’t simply sit still? And furniture for kids was always just a smaller version of a grownup furniture.

Not anymore!

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5 reasons for Ikea shelving systems

5 reasons for Ikea shelving systems

There’s actually one main reason for Ikea shelving system: a worktop, any worktop, should be free.

And while there’s nothing wrong with decorating the kitchen, or a workspace, to create a space you enjoy spending time in, a cluttered surface leads only to frustration.

Bearing that in mind, here’s why we’re sure shelving systems could help: Continue reading “5 reasons for Ikea shelving systems”

New apartment: kitchen reveal

New apartment: kitchen reveal

With our kitchen finally being finished, I found myself in this space which feels like something different than what I’d usually do.

Let me elaborate.

First of all, maybe it’s because I don’t currently work as an architect, but my ten-year-long love for all-white interiors with a hint of raw concrete might have faded away.

Could it be? It used to be so strong…  Continue reading “New apartment: kitchen reveal”