It’s Friday people! Woohooo! I’m feeling lighter already – but I am also aware that Per and I have a big DIY project going on at the cottage which needs to be tended too over the weekend (I’m so looking forward to sharing the results with you once finished). No rest for the wicked, as they say!! I hope you have slightly more relaxing plans.
Speaking of relaxed…
Light and airy, the walls are mainly white, with a touch of floral wallpaper here and a lick of paint there. But the charm lies in the unique blend of furniture and personal items spread around the rooms. if you’re working with sloped ceilings and awkward angles in your home, you’ll likely love the master bedroom and bathrooms which maximise the space while working around the walls. All in all, a perfect home tour with which to end the week!
Step this way.
What a lovely, relaxed home! Every time I look through the pictures I spot something new – how about you?
One of the key things I noticed about Stephanie’s home is how art is displayed. None of it is ‘too perfect’ and it’s a wonderful mix of 2D and 3D! For example, in the kitchen, unframed art has been spontaneously propped up on top of a framed art. And in the sitting room, small objects have been placed on top of frames or simply lent against the wall.
Is there anything specific that stands out to you?
Would you like to feel inspired by other relaxed family homes this weekend? Pull up a seat and dive into:
Folks, that’s it from me this week! Thank you for stopping by, I hope you’ve enjoyed the tours! I’ve loved reading your comments and mails 🙂
See you Monday!