A bunk bed is handy if you only have a limited space. It’s great for sleep overs and for your holiday home. Here are my best finds, all in the spirit of Scandinavian style interior design, as you would expect.
Cushions are an easy way to bring colour and patterns to your home interiors. Keep to your neutral colour scheme or add a splash of your favourite colour; or add one crazy cushion as a surprise element! Experiment with different textures to give depth to your interior.
To get you started I have made a list of 30+1 best brands to buy cushions from. Most of these brands sell other home interior accessories as well, so you can use this list to explore any accessories.
There are so many beautiful tiles out there, but tiling your whole house isn’t usually a good idea. You can, however, use your favourite tiles in other ways in your home interiors. Never throw away excess tiles! If you don’t have any use for them, one of your friends might be looking for some for a DIY project.
Who doesn’t love Designers Guild? Their colours and colour combinations are pure art! But even if you are looking for something more subtle, don’t discount Designers Guild! They also have neutral colours and geometric patterns that fit nicely with Scandinavian style interiors.
Interior designers don’t design just indoor spaces. More and more people also want their outdoors spaces to be beautiful and practical. This blog post is about my personal holiday design project.
My summer house in Finland has a good sized covered terrace, but until now I hadn’t really got around to doing much about it (you know how they say that “cobbler’s children have no shoes”…). My goal was to create a practical “exterior” design: very low maintenance and in keeping with the 1970’s style of the house and country life.
It goes without saying that having a small space requires advanced skills in space planning. Making it functional is a challenge, but not “mission impossible”. There is an old saying that size doesn’t matter. And if everything works, it really doesn’t! Apply these simple rules and enjoy your space!