There are so many things I looove about this fabulous apartment! It’s an amazing mix of old and new, rawness and coziness, muted and bold. On the one hand full of contradiction, yet harmonious somehow. I like the white, shabby chic dining room with one mismatching, pink chair, that just pops out. And the living room… just mind blowing - wooden beams on the ceiling and on one of the walls, set together with concrete fireplace. Amazing dresser with antlers hanging above. Not to mention magnificent gray piano. Simply looooove it!!!
I looove this stylish apartment near Copenhagen which sums up Danish style. This turn-of-the-century home belongs to Hanne and Søren Berzant. I adore the untreated floorboards and white surfaces broken up with paintings, photos, candles, books and natural objects like twigs, sheepskin rugs, antlers or even skulls.
There are so many things to do and so little time. I do loove blogging, but it takes a while. Maybe that is why recently I've been more active on Tumblr. It's quicker, and yet full of inspiring images. So if you want to check out with what I've been lately obsessed, please come and visit my Tumblrs:
- A Life in a Detail
- The Gold Cage
- Countryside Getaway
- Details do matter
- Endless Summer
- Do it French Style
- Fall in love with sea
- Mon Petit Cafe
- Places to die for
- Scandinavian Style Of Living
- So Deliciouzzz
- Sometimes Black Sometimes White
In the Singapore Airport, ART+COM created an amazing art installation. “Kinetic Rain” is composed of two parts, each consisting of 608 rain droplets made of lightweight aluminum covered with copper. Suspended from thin steel ropes above the two opposing escalators, each droplet is moved by a computer-controlled motor hidden in the ceiling. The drops follow a 15-minute, computationally designed choreography where the two parts move together in unison, creating an sometimes mirroring, sometimes complementing, and sometimes responding to each other - simply breathtaking!
This amazing tranquil 1,400-square-foot New York City apartment, which belong to an actress Hilary Swank. It was designed by Mark Zeff, with whom she’d worked previously on her California house. I looove the brownish-gray tones of the apartment and the clean-lined furniture, mostly from the Calvin Klein Home collection. And I adore the wall in the living area, which is clad with planks of reclaimed barn wood – simply stunning!