Interior inspiration

Ferm Living signs the interiors of the Ibu restaurant in Copenhagen.

Follow my blog with Bloglovin And here we are again talking about Copenhagen (I had already written on the blog about the hotel Nobis and the Vipp hotel): Copenhagen seems to confirm to be the must visit city if you love design and Nordic style.  Today we talk about Ibu, a new Asian fusion restaurant created by chef Henrik Jyrk and located in the trendy Vesterbro district of ...

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“The dream house” of a Spanish blogger

Today I bring you to visit the house of Belen Canalejo, Spanish influencer and youtuber behind the blog B * a la Moda. I started following her some time ago when she began to share on the web the whole adventure behind her house, from its research to all the phases of the renovation and decoration. The blogger has dreamed and searched a house like this for so long that she renamed it "The dream ...

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Inspiration from the new Gubi catalogue

Today I just want to leave you with some inspirations from the new Home Stories catalogue of the Danish brand Gubi. I’m in love with the sophisticated mood they were able to create, a perfect setting for their classic furniture and lamps. I love the vintage and classy atmosphere, both in the warm and terracotta shades of the first setting and in the colder blue shades of the second ...

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A minimal Christmas

It’s the end of November and I haven’t start talking about Christmas yet but now I should really start thinking about it if I do not want to get late as usual. For those who like to enjoy a little Christmas atmosphere but do not love the classic red and gold Christmas decorations full of frills, I found a house with a minimalist decor that is right for you! It is the home of Jonas ...

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Metro tiles

Today I want to talk about the metro tiles that I love especially because they remind me of the metro in Paris, the city where I lived for two years. Metro tiles are usually small tiles, originally 7.5 x 15 cm, white, with glossy finish and bevelled-edge. They are commonly called metro tiles because they first appeared in Paris and New York in the early 1900s with the construction of the first ...

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