5 Ideas for a More Earth-Friendly Garden (5 photos)

We could create an impact on urban and wildlife communities through our houses. Yard that is how much we have, if we include plants that build soil and just how much space is dedicated to weatherproof surfaces all lead to the. Even something as simple as we wash up spring gardens creates a durable…

Fifty Shades of White In a Beautiful Swedish Home

If everyone else goes , proceed left (therefore the inspirational quote goes). And as interior tendencies that are current tempt us to add colour to our houses – there is one woman who has stuck fast for her passion. You might recall Malin Nilsson’s lovely home in Råå, on the South West of Sweden from a Christmas post back in 2016. And I was excited to see in her aptly named instagram feed VittVittVitt (‘white white white), her home still pays homage for her favorite shade. It’s a love for feel and a look which needs attention to detail – and also Malin has it in spades, so you only have to appear! The woodwork (doors, skirting boards ) was painted in 0502 (also Flügger) to breath life and thickness to the general appearance.



Texture in the form of shag-pile, metallics (how amazing are these chairs?!) , rattan and velvet assist to heighten the effects of the area in a way that is lively yet cosy.

Classic chairs out of Johansson Design style Vinga, Gubi semi ring *

The flowers add instant color to the room and also have been arrange at a fairly relaxed,’crazy’ manner which brings softness into the room.   
So, what do you think? Does your colour-dabbed paint brush stops in its tracks?  
It surely makes me realise even white will always be’right’, even if I might just add a little more colour to my own home here and there this season. 
For your color fiends out there: this archive
Have a beautiful day!
Niki
PS I’ve got the worst cold now so if I have made any errors / I’ve used words that are off a bit it is because everybody is somewhat hazy now! Any remedies out there?! 
Photography: Malin Nilsson shared with kind permission
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Fern Star in Yellow in a Reader’s Living Room!

This weekend, I received an email from a Friend, Nichole, who had purchased yards & yards of the Fern Star in yellow:

Lauren Liess Textiles’ Fern Star at Yellow, available here
I originally drew Fern Star in Pen, a Seem inspired by antique botanicals:
Nichole was Composing to share a photo of her beautifully decorated living room with me -with Fern Star- and I was so thrilled to Watch it!!  

I inquired if I could discuss it Pure Style Home & she wholeheartedly agreed.   I adore how Nichole dressed up the curtains and caused a different shot of blue with the banding:

work space solutions by Bill and Mario with MBP Interior Design Work Room Services at Dallas

I also love how Nichole’s design comes across clearly in her living area, which she kissed herself.   It seems really cheerful& fairly & lately traditional.   I was happy to see how the routine that is versatile is.   Nichole’s mixture of components such as the modern parsons table with traditional ginger jar lamp gives the space a vibe.   It’s fascinating and has a power around it…  it seems like it was assembled over time

Here is Fern Star within my friend, Helen Norman’s guest barn.   Yes Please!!! :-RRB-

That’s Grizzly in the mattress :

We have also used Fern Star on curtains in our clients’ home, however they were very different from Nichole’s more tailored curtains,

We paired them with matchstick shades for a relaxed appearance:

Now that I’ve seen Nichole’s banded Fern Star, I’m itching to try it outside!! :-RRB-:-RRB-
Thank you so much to Nichole for sharing and also for using our cloths in her home!!! It’s so fascinating to me that something which started out so little is currently part of others people’s lifestyles!! :-RRB-
And lastly, I am MOVING THE BLOG very shortly!!! I’ll be posting instructions on how to upgrade your RSS Feed and email subscriptions.  
I made the switch because I needed to condense All my websites into one cohesive site.   The new website incorporates fabric shop, my website, and the website all.   We worked with super-talented Emily Thompson of Indie Shopography who made this:

See you there shortly!!

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Favorite Design Feature In Our Kitchen

Every time we’ve got friends over to the beach house we inevitably end up hanging from the kitchen. We designed it to be an space so it s no real surprise that it has come to be the gathering point in the house. Since our renovation is only a bit over a year older, conversation frequently ends up on the topic of layout and the reason we chose the materials, colours, finishes etc., that we did. Without doubt, we get requested “What’s design characteristic in this? ” and we both reply: “The Cambria granite countertop”. We were fortunate to partner with Cambria for our counter and it was be the foundation (no pun intended!) Of the distance that pulled at the two-tone kitchen together. Keep reading to discover why I chose them…Cambria quartz countertopWhen I designed the shore house kitchen I knew I always wanted to have our island peninsular be another color to the cabinetry combined the kitchen walls. I needed to make sure that there was a synergy throughout them while the Decoy and Cosmos colours are complimentary to one another. The answer came in the form of Cambria’s beautiful Torquay Matte counter tops. I chose since it’s a effect using a pattern and grain into it, this end. I didn’t need a countertop which was too thick or had a high effect pattern because I believed it would complete with, rather than compliment, the color narrative from the space. The Ridgeline border profile that is easy functions flawlessly for the heritage meets modern design strategy I took to your beach house kitchen. When you’ve got a more traditional or perhaps a super modern area, there’s plenty of border profiles to select from to make your countertop suit your own aesthetic. Cambria quartz countertopTwo of the primary things I would consider when contemplating a countertop selection for your own kitchen would be: first, carefully think of the kind of surface end will work in the space, and secondly, what grain/pattern do you want? Most countertops arrive with a high sheen which gives. I was delighted since I didn ’ t wish to go to get a countertop for our beach house kitchen that a option was offered by Cambria. I think that the finish creates a experience from the area and provides a look. Cambria are among the few producers that provide finishes while offering exactly the warranty as they perform to get a finish, so they are great choice to take into account. Cambria quartz countertopEventually, even consider closely the grain from the countertop. Even the Torquay Matte gets an ideal grain and vibrant marble-like blueprint to unify the colors in our kitchen. However, if you’ve got a one-color kitchen (vs. two-tone like ours) or else you are seeking to make a design statement using the counter tops, then I would consider a high layout, like Summerhill, which will become a focus in the area.

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