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Wednesday room envy: top ten home offices

Mid week and perhaps working spirits are starting to wane. At least mine are! So I thought maybe some home office decorating inspiration to pep things up a bit and make that work space a little more, well, inspiring. Here are my favourite top ten home offices of late:

Via Decor8

Via Coco & Kelley

Via Sunday in Bed

Vua By Fryd

Via The Design Traveller

Via Tenka gammel gaard

Via Design inspiration blog

Via The Second Life of Mine

Via 79 ideas
Via By Fryd
All these images I have been squirreling away on Pinterest (my second favourite hobby after blogging on MSH!), you can check out my Pinterest page here.

Have a lovely day!

PS I have done my best to credit all the above pics but unfortunately it's really tricky via Pinterest so let me know if you can identify the photography / media / stylist from any of the above.

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Tuesday interior tips you don't want to miss!

A rare evening post from me, but there are a few inspiring things I've seen today that I had to share with you. Firstly, a new edition of Rue magazine is out, YAAAYYY! Kick back, pour yourself a glass of wine and read it here.

Rue magazine
Secondly, lovely blog Mechant Design is showing a beeeautiful parisian apartment tour here.

And finally, if you've been watching The Oscar's this week and pining after a little hollywood glamour, why not channel the interior look from film The Artist with tips from Homestilo?

Bonsoir! x

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The Melbourne home of an illustrator and vintage bargain hunter

I spotted this Melbourne home of illustrator Paula Mills over at the great, well known blog Design Sponge. When I saw it, I knew I had to have it, eh hem, I mean share it. I can't tell you how much I love the home-owners' style. The wonderful wall displays, the vintage finds from around the globe, the pops of colour, the white backdrop. Everything is spot on and apparently this is only the beginning.


Photography: Paula Mills
If you fancy reading more about this home hop on over to the full interview and more pics at Design Sponge.  Don't you love the display of tomato tins? Such an easy to way to make a great display. Next time I'm at the supermarket I might just buy a few items for their packaging (x15!). Any ideas you'll take from this?

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Bespoke furniture by Norwegian photographer Trine Thorsen

Hej hooo!! How was the weekend? Are you feeling as blurry eyed as me this moring?! If we think we've got a lot on, consider Trine Thorsen, Norwegian photographer, and now designer and producer (together with her boyfriend) of timeless, classic bespoke furniture including shelves, benches, wood storage etc. And when Trine isn't busy with that she's renovating her early 20th century Norwegian home. Phew!  Impressive! More projects anyone?!


Photography: Trine Thorsen Via So-mee

If you're loving this furniture like I am, you can find out more info here. Have a lovely Monday! Klem! (as they say in Norway!)

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A black and white Finnish log cabin

I'm so happy it's Friday! Today I'm off with my little girls and we're planning on going out and doing lots of fun things. But first, I couldn't resist publishing this charming Finnish log cabin decorated in black and white and crammed with vintage finds. Oh how I wish I had a country home like this. Thank you Mrs Jones for the inspiration!








Photography: Krista Keltanen for Kotivinkki magazine
You can see more pics here (check out the way the creative homeowners use old doors and windows for decoration and ways to display items in many of the rooms - wonderful or what?!). 

Any plans for the weekend? Finding yourself a log cabin to renovate perhaps (I'm tempted)?. What ever you're doing, have a lovely one - and see you Monday!  

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A modern retreat in the Swiss Alpes

Hej hej! Sometimes, when it feels like winter is never going to end the only thing you can do is embrace it. And this is what I would do if I stayed at this chalet dug into the mountain side in Switzerland. Designed by Peter Zumthor of SeARCH and CMA it sleeps 9 and is completely heated by green energy from a local dam. Skiing anyone?!







Photography: iwan Baan Via Q uen Bleu
 There are plenty more of pictures here! Fantastic architecture and of course loving the concrete, the lighting and the funriture. But what do you think - could you stay here or would you prefer a more traditional alpine chalet?

And just before I head off - hello to all new lovely readers! Great to see you on here. I hope you feel inspired and will come back and visit soon! kram!

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Beautiful monochrome and wood spaces by Janne Peters

Morning! Today some images of the wonderful work by Janne Peters which I spotted on blog Love Nordic (check out this blog - it's FAB!). I love monochrome with wood. Simple and stunning.




All pictures: Janne Peters
To see lots more inspiring pics of Janne Peters work click here. Have a lovely day!

A lovingly renovated Norwegian home dating back to the 1800's.

Morning! It's beautifully sunny here today and the sea is iced over as far as the eye can see BRRRRR! So cosiness (and charm) is the order of the day and this home has oodles of it! It's the renovated home of blogger Monica Bromseth of Karlottes Hjem and her family in Norway. Built in the 1800's the house has so much history, once the home of the community's first midwife,  it has also been the village post office and a general store! If walls could tell stories, this home could write a library!












All pictures via NIBS
Is this house fanstic or what? I LOVE all the wonderful vintage finds and that it's crammed full of unique ideas! very inspiring! Thank you, Monica for allowing me to share these pics of your home. Have a lovely Monday!

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