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Stunning earthy interiors inspired by nature

I came across this set of earthy, atmospheric interiors packed with antiques and treasured finds in Debi Treloar's portfolio and was delighted to discover they were a selection taken from a book! I can tell you there was one little light on in Malmö last night where a certain blogger was busy pouring over The Natural Home by Swedish stylist Hans Blomquist. Think natural textures such as wood, linen, cotton and seagrass against a backdrop of white, dark brooding colours, exposed brick and concrete. Let's take a peek....












 The Natural Home by Hans Blomquist, photography by Debi Treloar. Published by Ryland, Peters & Small.

I'm in interior heaven! I love the creative / artistic element in all these images.

Is this your kind of style? 

Get the look: LOHALS rug, linen pillow covers in muted tones, vintage architects chair (*want*!), tin pen / paintbrush pot, try this shop for vintage industrial pendants and this fab wall lamp,  I love this rare vintage desk lamp. vintage haberdashery chest (beautiful!).

Keep an eye out for Debi's latest projects over here on her blog or instagram (love her work!).

A few other links I love today: 

Grace Bonney is right - there's something about the sound of pen on paper that makes this calligraphy clip captivating (are you learning yet?).

The plants around this pool.  And this Pilea plant.

Minimal, bohemian kitchen love.

Chilli garlic sweet potato fries. So simple (we're talking three ingredients!), yet so good!

The outdoor space that's stealing my Pinterest board show.

Back tomorrow with a fab home tour! See you then.....



LATEST COMMENTS:

  1. Nope. Getting to be a bit broody for me, with respect.

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  2. This green, live wall just left me breathless!

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