It’s such a classic, you finish refurbishing one room and either you think of the next project (even if I swear I won’t do anything for a while) or you’ll just see something you like more and wish you did differently.
In my case, I discovered Elan Kitchens a lovely showroom in west London and wish I had seen their kitchen designs before I started.
They are official retailer for the German brand Leitch Kitchens a brand that I hadn’t heard of before. They create high-end quality kitchens, using carefully selected materials with an ecological process.
We finally decided to start thinking of our small flat renovation. Kitchen and bathroom are desperately needing some love and refresh. While looking for some inspiration online I started thinking about material and ceramic we wanna use (stone will be a dream but is a bit out of our budget). So last weekend I was in Italy and I discovered some new lovely ceramic manufactured, have a look:
I’ve been suffering from this grey, cold January weather this year, so I’ve been looking around for short escape out of London.
While doing my research I bumped into this super unique minimal luxury hotel located on an old coal Crane on the Nordhavn harbour in Copenhagen.
Designed by Arcgency the industrial space has been converted into a luxury private retreat experience for just 2 hosts.
Say welcome to our new Lounge Chair (I still have to give her a name)!!! If you remember my last post about the top 10 Best Lounge Chair I had a clear idea that a Mid-Century piece was the style to go for.
I had almost decided to buy the IKEA EKENÄSET Armchair, but my boyfriend made the point that if we wanted a vintage style chair we should perhaps trying and look in a Vintage shop for an actual vintage one (good point, well made….). That’s where our research started: we visited few vintage flea market (there are lots here in London) and some antique shops, but we couldn’t find what we wanted (or it was out of budget). Continue reading
January is a neverending month, but we’re finally getting to the end of it …
As a last January post, I want to share a new Find: THE KOSI collection by Zaitraum. The use of natural oak wood and pastel colors on those photos are making me dreaming about fresh spring days…
I really like the simple, minimal bed, and I remember I struggled a lot (especially here in UK) to try and find an alternative to IKEA. The KOSI BED is really nice and seems also very comfy. It’s available also with a nice curvy Headboard, but I have to say I prefer the simpler version.