257 pages of pure Australian interior eye candy, that’s what the second volume of Spaces by Frankie Magazine is all about.
Take a peek right in here!
Oh man. This week went by flyiiiing. So sorry I didn’t get to squeeze a food post, but you know, sometimes one’s schedule gets a bit too cray…even for baking!
Anywho. At least I got some awesome photos to tease your interior-taste-buds. This is the house of Niels Strøyer Christophersen (say that 3 times) Creative Director of FRAMA, a Danish design company that’s the bees knees. Every single one of their creations is an ode to classic / contemporary design and all of their pieces are minimal and functional.
This same ethos is spilled and splashed all over his own home. I mean COME ON, the place looks like a still life painting! No wonder why he’s so inspired all the time.
On that same note, let’s get some inspiration packed on the weekend so we can come back next week kicking butt! Yes? Happy weekend!
Credit: Photographs by Ditte Isager Styling by Nathalie Schwer, via Kinfolk
A foodie’s paradise! Right? I mean, cooking alone is pretty awesome, now can you imagine whipping up a bunch of summer concoctions in a beautiful space like this one? GAH! You’d probably create an artful feast worthy enough for the editors of Bon Apetit mag to drop by.
Though, I’m unsure if the space in real life would look as modern – the photos are amazing, so I’m assuming yes, but sometimes these pastels are tricky and can make you feel like all of the sudden you’re sitting in a cupcake store and you’re about to snort powder sugar.
Regardless, this is a pretty sweet space to leave us interior-day-dreaming for the weekend. Hope you enjoy the sun! See you next week amigos.
Images Via: Lamu Slenis
This home just screams CLASS!! It’s so chic and elegant that it nearly broke my blog’s server. Too fancy for it.
This midcentury heaven is the home of prop stylist Joanna Lavén, who I’d like to be besties with. Seriously, to.die.for. It doesn’t matter where you look: every trinket, every plant, and every perfectly folded blanket makes absolute sense. This is one of those homes where I’d like to live for the rest of my life, but I’d also like to develop the ability to levitate so I don’t ruin the decor.
Oh and the photography is stunning. Those purple-y hues are making me feel things. Really classy things.
Photos: Idha Lindhag
House for mother is a project by Swedish architecture studio Förstberg Arkitektur & Formgiving. The house is divided in two volumes – that’s right, not two sections or two parts because that’s like so last century – two volumes that are very similar but have different features.
All the light and soft colours in this house are giving me a serious case of house envy. I just finished spring cleaning my apartment and I thought I finally made it look somewhat decent..now that I see this house I feel like I live in a hamster cage ha! Oh well, the grass is always greener…
More house envy and other awesome projects by Arkitektur & Formgiving over here.