my scandinavian home: Pretty white and grey home in Primrose Hill

Pretty white and grey home in Primrose Hill

Wednesday, 5 March 2014

To follow what's turning into a vintage inspired week, here's a home in Primrose Hill, London, owned and designed by photographer Paul Massey. The space has been designed using an eclectic mix of styles with touches of industrial, vintage,  rustic and french country. Add a touch of white / grey Scandinavian (am I missing a touch?!) and what you get is a beautiful, relaxed, light filled home in London. Could you live here?






Pictures copyright - Paul Massey (used with kind permission)

You can see more pictures of this home here if you'd like to.

We have a Swedish Gustavian chest of drawers which is currently in the guest bedroom / dressing room, and now perhaps I've found a new home for it.... the kitchen?!

My other two key take-aways - the copper tap in the kitchen (beautiful!) and using a nook as a home office. This is the perfect little place to sit and work! I kind of want to find a nook in my home now!!

What do you think of this style?

Have a lovely Wednesday - half way there already - yay! 


16 comments:

  1. Nice and cozy! And I love the super minimalist and industrial kitchen taps! :)

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  2. Hello, I love it, I could live there, I adore hte wooden furniture and with white color is so stunning.....so no problem for me :)
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  3. nice one, post and very eye catching and attractively designed .... www.gruhkhoj.com likes it..

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  4. really love the way they built that chest right into the kitchen!

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  5. The vintage sideboards in the kitchen are to die for. And I'm always so jealous whenever I see a two-door SMEG fridge! In the states we can only get the smaller, one-door option.

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  6. Oh my, I love that kitchen with the white bricks and the weathered, vintage charm. I love coming to your blog and looking at these beautiful airy homes...it's a nice break!

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    1. Thank you, good to hear coming here gives you a break!! I love the kitchen too :)

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  7. Oh yes, I could definitely live here, and not only because I would love to live in Primrose hill :)

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    1. I know what you mean, Primrose Hill is so lovely!

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  8. The name of the area alone "Primrose Hill"?! But I agree with you on the office nook and the kitchen tap- really that entire kitchen is fabulous.

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  9. Hi can you tell me did you get that copper tap custom made?
    Thanks
    Massimo

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