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Interior design advice for small spaces

Decorating a small apartment can be quite challenging, but it doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice on style. With a few tricks you can make your apartment look stylish while making the most of the limited space you have.

Turn your own bathroom into a spa experience

Your bathroom is the perfect place for you to unwind and to pamper yourself. With just a few little adjustments, you can turn your own bathroom into a luxurious spa. Continue reading..

A bohemian vintage kids room

The bohemian trend is one of the biggest current trends when it comes to decorating kids rooms. But how exactly do you apply this cheerful style to a children's room? Bohemian colours With the bohemian style you can go two ways in terms of colours: colourful or neutral. The colourful boho variety features bright colours like green, yellow, fuchsia pink and blue. The neutral style uses earth tones [...]

Choosing curtains for your bedroom

Decorating your bedroom can feel a little bit like an afterthought, but a well designed bedroom is crucial to your well-being. Continue reading..

Earth tones in your interior

For the last few years, nature has been an undeniable source of inspiration when it comes to interior design trends. Plants, natural materials and of course: nature inspired colours. As the name suggests, earth tones are just that: colours that have their origins in nature. Earth tones in our homes are great because they have a calming effect and give us the feeling of being in touch with the earth, [...]

Hygge in your home

In previous blogs we talked about a range of interior styles and concepts: remember the minimalist interior, the ever popular bohemian style and the Japanese anti-trend Wabi Sabi? The concept that was very obviously missing from this list is of course the Danish concept of "Hygge".

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