| Understated Boho-chic Bedroom Decor


E ven though the term 'boho-chic' is not something that you may see too often in my blog, today I actually felt completely in love with the style after seen Plum & Bow designs in the Urban Outfitters shop.

Inspired by the soft colours of this bedroom, its layers of textures, and it's effortless and still beautiful style, I have created a mood board with my best boho finds. The result is a relaxed and understated decor, with a feminine touch, that blends vintage and exotic styles.



Aunque el termino 'boho-chic' no suele aparecer a menudo en mi blog, la colección de Plum & Bow de Urban Outfitters, de un marcado estilo bohemio, ha conseguido conquistarme.

Inspirada por las suaves tonalidades de este dormitorio, la combinación de texturas y su estilo desenfadado, he creado un panel de inspiración con mis mejores hallazgos de estilo bohemio. El resultado es un dormitorio relajado y sencillo, con un toque muy femenino, donde convergen estilos vintage con otros mas exóticos. 




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1. Macrame Plant Hanger, by Cleopatra J Macrame (Etsy); 2. Unscented Candle, found in H&M home; 3. Octogonal Box, found on Zara Home; 4. Jute Round Rug, found in H&M Home; 6. Plum & Bow Mia Medallion Bed linen, found in Urban Outfitters; 7. Moroccan lantern, found in  Zara Home; 8. Graphite Tassel Pillow, found in Furbish Studio; 9. Pink Vase, found in H&M Home; 10. Palisade Side Table, found in Freedom







| A Modern Home With An Industrial Edge


L ocated in the heart of Melbourne, the 50 Moor Street, by Milieu Property, is a collection of five exclusive town residences that encapsulate contemporary inner city living in one of the most livable cities in the world. The town residences blend modern interiors with an industrial edge and a elegant yet functional design.

The interiors features beautiful natural wooden features with ultra-stylish white marble finished in an open-plan living space. The soft grey and mint colour palette in furniture and soft finishes creates a relaxing interior space.

Bedroom and living room feature several pieces by Jardan, like the Seb armchair, the Iko coffee table, the Knit rug, Navy dining chairs and Errol sofa. The bedroom repeats the same combination of materials and colours to give continuity to the space.




Photography by Tom Blachford.

| Six trendy things to transform your bedroom

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I f you are thinking about updating your bedroom and don't know what to keep and what to toss, to help you decide here are today six trendy items for modern bedrooms this year:

1. Dust Pink - mute colours in general and dust pink in particular, combined with white and shades of grey, add a feminine touch to the bedroom and create a Scandinavian inspired colour scheme .

2. Over-sized mirrors - don't hang them on the walls, just put them on the floor next to your wardrobe or dressing area. They are a must in the bedroom this year!


Edina Wall Mirror by Country Road

3. Copper, blush leather and white marble, combined with a classic natural wood, are the most popular materials in accessories this year. They will give a sophisticated touch to the bedroom.

4. Geometric shapes - especially hexagons have become the hero of 2015 and are now everywhere, in patterns, in accessories, in pendant lights, etc.

Norsu Interiors Bedroom, featuring product by Menu, OYOY Living Design and Louise Vilmar. Styling by Julia Green of Greenhouse Interiors and photography by Armelle Habib. Photo credit Norsu Interiors

Modern Garment Rack by Danish furniture design brand Woud
5. Pendants or desk lamps - the traditional side-table lamp is been replaced by pendants hanging on the ceiling over the side-table or by desk lamps that facilitate tasks like reading in bed.

6. Good-bye wardrobes, hello garment racks - cloth racks are becoming a popular option in rentals and young apartments that don't want to waste money or space in putting together a wardrobe for the bedroom. The traditional garment racks are back in modern and beautiful designs and a big variety of DIY designs to steal.

Ladder, chair and trow blanket by Country Road

| Decorating with botanical wallpaper

Photo credit Idha Lindhag

T he large variety of wallpaper designs in the current market makes very difficult to decide which wallpaper will be right for our home and personal style and which one won't. When it comes to botanical patterns many people tend to think that these design will look old and outdated on their walls.

Floral wallpaper is beautiful, charming and timeless. They are widely used by designers to add a wow factor in vintage kitchens and dinning rooms or the feminine elegant touch in bedrooms or a walking wardrobe. They can bright up girls rooms or create a welcome feel in any hallway.


Photo credits 1. Idha Lindhag ; 2. Dromma


If you have decided to try a beautiful botanical wallpaper in any room of your house here are a few tips to decorate the rest of the room.
  • White furniture and textiles will look great with your colourful wallpaper and won't make the room look too busy.
  • If you want to add some colour in furniture, textiles and details choose colour blocks. Try not to mix too many patterns.
  • You can still place simple artwork or black and white photographs on your walls. Alternatively you can decorate your walls with mirrors.




Photo credit: 1, 2 & 5 Sandberg Wallpaper; 3. Lina Ostling; 4. Sveinung Brathen


| A whimsical home in Los Angeles



L ast week, the popular blog Decor8 introduced the talented American photographer Brittany Ambridge. After seeing everyday a growing tendency to mute-coloured photography, with low saturation or minimalistic colour palettes, I can't help feeling immediately captivated by the bright colours of Brittany's work.

After spending sometime immersed on her beautiful portfolio (and the 23 rooms introduced by Decor8) I have selected one of her recent works for Domino Magazine: a colourful renovated home in Los Angeles.

Inside, the house features gorgeous Moroccan floor tiles in the kitchen and whimsical mix of bright colors. Outside, a sunshine yellow Dutch door framed by hot-pink bougainvillea and a soft blue facade evoke the spirit of an exotic resort.






Images: Brittany Ambridge



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