It's been a while since my last dream home post and I kind of need a fresh space to welcome the warmer weather these days. So, since a new place ain't gonna happen soon, let's pretend I'm living in this imaginary one. It is a clean, vibrant home with open spaces, wooden floors and white walls, lots of natural elements and global influences and a stunning terrace with a breathtaking sea view. In it, there will definitely be..
|Photo by Brittany Ambridge via Domino.|
..statement art on the walls
of the living room. Love these almost alike photographs by Molly Gochman over her sofa. Great conversation starters, don't you think? Also, I really dig the kilim pillows and unrefined woods adding warmth to an all-white canvas.
|Styling by Heather Nette King, photo by Derek Swalwell via Homelife.|
..a dining room with a koala bear!
Yeah, I'm still focusing on art, but isn't that xl koala print too cute? Well, I sure love the sleek finishes, the neutral shades and that concrete floor, too, so this dining spot is high up on my dream home list.
|Image via talopihkala.|
..a chalkboard wall organizer.
Like they've not been around forever, yet I just can't get over how practical they are. Scribble down the day errands and all the family can see (and contribute). Well, not only that. I love the black shade adding contrast to the neutral background too.
|Kitchen redo by Lauren Liess. Photo by Helen Norman|
..a kitchen with hardwood floors and island,
white cabinetry with black countertops and an art gallery wall. This one, in the house of Lauren Liess is pretty awesome and you should definitely drop by her blog to see the rest of before and after photos. The transformation will blow your mind away!
|Design by Kishani Perera for Connect Homes and West Elm. Photo by Bethany Nauert.|
..a bedroom with global influences
and a handmade (looking) wooden bed. This one is from West Elm but I guess it can be put together by a talented craftsman as well. However, the details are making the difference here, like the overwhelming extra large planter with the palm tree (I think it is a banana tree?), the kilim pillows and the headboard throw, the faux white taxidermy and that cutie red side table.
|Oceanfront villa designed by Atelier Am via I.Grace Company.|
..a terrace with a view,
preferably to the sea. Actually, if I had to pick one asset that my dream home would have, then I'd definitely stick with a gorgeous outdoor space. I so miss spending my time under a pergola, carelessly gazing at the view, feeling the soft breeze kissing my cheeks. This one would be ideal, thank you.
|Designed by Amy Kehoe and Todd Nickey. Photo by Karyn Millet.|
..a bathroom with a large window,
where I'll be indulging to the view while soaking up in the impressive marble and wood bathtub. Love the textured touches in this one, like the roman blind, the rug and the white wicker stool. They sure add up to the overall eclectic vibe.
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