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A tranquil white space in Bergen

All hail white spaces! So calm, so pretty, so scandinavian. And this home in Bergen, Norway does it so well, with a perfect hint of antique rose, green, beige and cognac hues. 





IKEA Family Live

I love the touches of IKEA too (well, I did track this home in Ikea Family Live after all) it makes the look that little more achievable. Check out the personalised Celeber IKEA storage jars in the last picture for example.

And we all know that if we pop down to our nearest branch we can enjoy some meatballs and mash for lunch too - bonus!

If you fancy a little more home tour inspiration today (silly question?!) I firmly recommend taking a peek at the latest posts from La Maison D'Anna G and Mechant Design. 'Underbara!'

Niki x



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  1. Yeahhh, it's very beautiful indeed. And a little touch of Ikea fits everywhere so well! Wonderful home, you're showing here! Hugs, Barbara

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  2. Oh, cool! I'd pinned that one image of the vanity from somewhere but hadn't seen it in its original environment before. I'm unsurprised to say the least that the rest of the house is as gorgeous and so crisp white. Just beautiful!

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    1. I love it when I find an entire home of a room I have pinned. Interestingly this home has a dark side too which I chose not to show but it's pretty cool - you must check it out on IFL!

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  3. It is always good to see that even cool houses use Ikea!!
    Hope you had a good Easter in the U.K. X

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    1. Isn't it just? A little IKEA hacking is the decorating de jour!! Had a lovely easter thank you, hope you had a great time in Germany.

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  4. Love the pictures Niki! I would move in right away.

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    1. Me too Mette! I wish I could magic my home into completion like this!

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  5. The dressing table with the ruffled lamp is darling.

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