I just came across this lovely Taiwan Minimal flat and I couldn’t resist posting it here on the blog. Designed by the Taiwan-based studio CH Interior , it’s a triumph of warm wood, gray accents, and white walls.
A few days ago, I was looking for some interior references at work and I came accross this lovely house in Melbourne. As you might have noticed I have a total addiction with white bright interiors and this one here is an increadibly good example.
Hello! Just a quick update on this busy weekend: I’ve just added a new section here on the blog for all the curious ones: MY HOUSE with a collection of snaps from our little flat:
I will try and keep the page updated with any new additions 🙂
Don’t forget to leave me a comment below, I’d love to hear from you :-)! Have a lovely weekend!
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.
Happy Friday! The weather has been so lovely here in London this week, that it’s still making me feel like I’m on holiday.
To keep the mood going, I’m gonna share a few more pics of the White & Blue House:
The living room is dominated by the curvy lines of the fireplace and the two little arched windows.
The vintage wicker chair has been restored and has stripy white and light blue fabric cushions, the same fabric has been used for the curtains and the sofa. The floors of the entire house are covered with local ‘terracotta’ tiles.