all images via boligliv.dk officially, it is SUMMER ! (and almost half way of 2014…!) a breezy 3-rooms apartment home of friederike faller (architect and partner of copenhagen-based holster design), together with her two daughters. we all know the trick of living in a small home: storage storage storage. but how to make your storage solution elegant and maintain the visual openness is another level up. let’s check out what 94 square meters can offer. (hint: more than you thought! […]
all images via boligmagasinet.dk | photo: morten holtum love the concept of a fluid transition between inside and outside… especially when your surrounding is this gorgeous! what a luxurious thing if we could let the door & windows open all summer! the breeze, the sunshine… the joy of summer. there is definitely a ‘i can move in here’ moment. i couldn’t find anything i don’t like in this house. from living room to kitchen to bathroom and bedroom… everything seems […]
[all images courtesy of femina.dk ] concrete floor coated with epoxy; recycled factory window as room divider; a dining table made from recycled beam stained in black; exposed brick wall… the perfect amount of rusty, and of course, white white walls. what else can be described more nordic than this lovely home?
couple weekends ago i spotted this brilliant stacked shelf in the dean&deluca in georgetown, DC. this is definitely a more convincing (plus economic) idea that can be replicated, especially if you’re a wine person. couple similar ideas: