my scandinavian home: The serene white and wood home of an architect

The serene white and wood home of an architect

Monday, 17 March 2014

Hello Monday! I hope you had a great weekend?! Sometimes it's so great to realise that the most beautiful interiors are often also the most simple (and small!).  The Barcelona home of architect and graphic designer Marina Senabre Roca, is the perfect example of this and such great inspiration for compact living. Marina has stuck to a serene white and wood combination throughout her one room apartment which creates a feeling of space and a beautiful oasis in the midst of one of Spain's most vibrant cities.

Marina Senabre Roca -  La Buhardi via Lua Nord

So beautiful don't you think? You can read more about Marina's home over at the lovely blog Lua Nord.  

I've learnt never to underestimate how much plants can add to a home. Whether it's foliage brought in from the garden and placed in a simple glass vase or fresh spring flowers in a riot of colours, plants can do wonders to a space. Do you have a favourite house plant or bunch of flowers for this time of the year? My favourites can be found here (but most importantly I need greenery which doesn't mind being a tad thirsty......!). 

This Malmö home is another wonderful example of how plants have been added to a white and wood inspired home to create a beautiful living space. I also love this, this and this scandinavian home. 

Could you stick to this palette?

Have a lovely Monday!


  1. so beautiful, the white and light wood in combination with plants is perfect...

  2. I loooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooove those ideas!! They are so beautiful, especially the lamps give a nice feeling in any room...
    I adore your blog!!!!
    Greetings from Germany :)

  3. love this - fresh and spacious despite one room!


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