Light blue


Renovations starts next week, so I´m in the middle of getting all bits and pieces together, floor plans, renderings, materials and finishes. One of those things that I´m still tweaking is the storage space. With two kids you need quite a lot of storage. It´s one of those things that usually comes in low, in terms of priority. Usually bigger and more urgent matters like deciding how the bathroom and kitchen should look like or what color of the walls should be, are higher prioritized. I always try to put in some time on where and how the storage areas should look like. I love walk-in-closets and dressing rooms. I like my cloths to not be visible but at the same time stored nicely. So, this is what I´m focusing on today.   

I would´t mind the space this closet obtain, unfortunately I´ll have to do with a bit smaller... Love the carpet. 

The striped wall paper on the inside is a really nice detail that makes the open solution an exclusive touch.

Why not decorate the ceiling? We usually never consider the ceiling a surface for interior, i can be really beautiful to just paint the ceiling in an other color or as in this case dress the ceiling in a wall paper.


This is a favorite, I love the pale red combined with the light blue, the geometrical patterns on the classic white cabinets with brass handles. Both classic and playful. found it at ladolcevitablog, I love it! 


Not depressed, just really in to the color blue lately. I think it´s my longing for spring time talking. As you already seen in previous posts I´m inspired by the brighter, lighter and more airy color schemes. For me blue feels fresh in almost all tones, never dull or dreary. It´s a classic!

A new take on blue and white china by Axel Vervoordt.

Latest issue of Architectural Digest features this beautiful apartment designed by Eric Cohler.

Kerstin Hörlin-Holmquist sofa from the Trivia serie, here in blue velvet.

Painting by Ove Pihl.

So happy we chose this color for the living room, light blue from Farrow and Ball.