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Finnish style in the Hamptons

You can take a Finn out of Finland but there'll bring their fantastic finnish style with them. This is what Tiina Laakkonen did when she and her husband bought a series of old barns in the East Hamptons and pretty much re-built them from scratch with their own Scandinavian touch...... 





Pictures: Via T Magazine
There's a great article about this home in T magazine here.

I am a happy bunny at the moment as I have a whole pile of great interior inspiration magazines to flip through thanks to my trip to London. Top of the pile are the latest issues of Elle Decoration UK and Living Etc. Would love to hear any glossy interior tips from your country....?

Have a lovely day!



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  1. Can only dream how it must be to have all that space.Hope you enjoyed your trip and enjoy the glossies!

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    1. I know! Could you imagine having those beautiful high ceilings?

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  2. Whoa, that butterfly wallpaper in the last shot is just divine. Very subtle and it plays well with the rest of the decor. That cat looks scary, leering out from the desk chair! Is it just me or are its eyes orange? Hope you had fun in London!

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    1. I hadn't noticed that cat until you pointed him out. What's with the eyes? It looks like a vampire cat!

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  3. It’s the high, white ceilings that have me swooning! Oh and not to mention the fabulous location! Enjoy the glossies! I love sitting down to a new copy of Elle Décor or Living Etc!

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  4. That is one beautiful home. Very jealous! I don't buy magazines anymore. I find blogs (like yours!) much more inspiring! x

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  5. What a beautiful house, the high ceilings are envy inducing ;)

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