MY SCANDINAVIAN HOME

SPRING PROJECTIONS

WITH SPRING APPROACHING, I FIND MYSELF DRAWN TO APOTHECARY-LIKE SPACES AS WELL AS PIGMENTS OF OLIVE AND MAUVE.  I'M NOT ONE TO ADVOCATE TRENDS; HOWEVER, I DO BELIEVE IN THE TRENDS THAT HAVE OUTLIVED THEIR TERM AND ARE INHERENTLY VERSATILE ENOUGH TO EFFORTLESSLY TRANSITION FROM SEASON TO SEASON. THESE ARE A FEW I COULD DEFINITELY SUBSCRIBE TO. 

BUILT-IN GREENHOUSE KITCHEN + APOTHECARY 

FLOATING STAIRS + WISHBONE CHAIRS + SHIPLAP + PICTURE WINDOW

MOODY WALLPAPER + MAUVE + OLIVE + BLACK + CHROME

WINTRY MIX

THE RECENT BLIZZARD LEFT MYSELF AND MANY EAST COASt RESIDENTS HIBERNATING FOR THE BETTER PART OF A WEEKEND, WHICH GAVE ME PLENTY OF TIME TO COMB THE VAST INTERWEB FOR INTERIORS WORTHY OF BEING SNOWED IN. EACH SPACE EMBODIES A SENSE OF CALM, WARMTH, AND MOST IMPORTANTLY, ENGAGEMENT. 

ENTRANCE SONG

AN ENTRYWAY SHOULD BE SIMILAR TO READING THE SYNOPSIS OF A THRILLER. LAYERS UPON LAYERS OF STYLE, TEXTURE, INTRIGUE, AND REFLECTIVITY THAT ONLY DRAW YOU FURTHER INTO THAT PARTICULAR WORLD. THESE JEWEL BOX ENTRYWAYS LEAVE ME WANTING TO PEEK AROUND THE CORNER AND DISCOVER WHAT TREASURES MAY LIE AHEAD.  

WHITE NOISE

There's something about white walls that puts me completely at ease. It gives the eye a place to rest, but also energizes the space by reflecting light. it's by far one of my favorite (lack thereof) colors, especially as we approach the chillier months here on the East Coast. Scandinavians have been onto this trend for awhile, and for good reason.