I’ve been on the hunt for a Lounge Chair for a while, I quite like the fact that our living space is open and not cluttered, but at the same time, I’d love to have a little reading corner, where you can curl up and get cozy while watching some movies…
I quickly realized that beautiful armchairs are pretty expensive – sigh – so I started making a short list of my favorite ones:
Don’t you have that deep urge of decluttering things in January? I do every year, and I think this is the perfect month for it (despite the winter sales).
I have to admit that the owners of this lovely house in Toronto totally nailed it:
Hello! Today I’m sharing with you, 5 tips to pick a minimal bookcase for your house:
1. Space: considering how much space you have is the first step, I love long walls covered by books, but in small flats, it could suffocate the space. Look for something modular, that can grow together with your collection…
Happy Sunday everybody! Just a quick post to show you our new house addiction:
I grew up in a house where books have always been an important element, we had an entire room dedicated to it, we called ‘The Library‘ (that was my dad’s kingdom :-)).
I always love to see books displayed in someone’s house, I think they really give the personality of who is living there.
Anyway, it took me almost one year to pick the perfect bookcase, at the end I decided for the simple Jessie leaning bookcase by Habitat. Even if I am a minimalist fan I think a good bookcase could lift an interior without looking too messy.
It’s been a week since I’ve come back from that incredible city and I’d like to share with you a quick shopping design guide. I hope you’ll enjoy it!
An amazing showroom with a collection of modernist Danish Designs sourced directly from Denmark restored and upholsteried by the owners.
The space inside is full of incredible iconic chairs, tables and cabinets.