When looking though Hemnet for a dose of inspiration I found this amazing turquoise hallway. Beautiful, eye-catching, and bold. Maybe one day I’ll live in a house that can sport this type of crazy color!
in Gothenburg, a beautiful apartment with a great feeling for detail and luxurious materials. It’s Home of the Week Wednesday!
I must admit, I’m a litte weak for HM, like a true Swede! The combination of quality, good prices and fun pieces is a winning concept (most of the time). I haven’t been too interested in their HOME colloections, but then this pink parrot caught my eye and I couldn’t resist! A fun compliment in any home, perfect in time for spring!
Welcome to this unexpected home, in an old bunker! Being completely underground in an odd space, has forced this home to be both creative, smart, and unexpected. I had no idea a home without windows could be this great! Very inspiring!
A home in the history books, literally! Source: Viralnova
Even though most of us don’t spend the majority of our time at home with all the stress of work, exercise, family and hobby. There is a lot of pressure from everywhere to live a certain life, but dare to focus your energy on what you enjoy. If you don’t want to – don’t. Anyway, the time we do spend at home, is usually a time for relaxing, whether that is sleeping on the couch, trying that new recipe or blogging. Home needs to be a place where we can zone out and focus on what makes us happy and relaxed.
So how do we do this? Well, an effort is necessary, though not a very big one. It can be as simple as switching to soothing colours in the bedroom. Just get some new throws in a colour you find relaxing. To me that’s, grey, light blue and nude (but other colours like rust and brown can be just as calming).
The second big thing you can do is de-clutter. Put stuff away, shut it in a cupboard or organize it properly (if you’re ambitious). Even if I find this really difficult, I really appreciate a de-cluttered space when I come home from work, it is some much easier to relax! Give it a try – give everything a proper place and it’ll be easier. You might even be able to make de-cluttering a habit!! Interested? Check this out! Good luck!