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A White Dutch Home With Salmon Pink Accents

We made it friends, it's Friday - whopeeee!!! The crazies broke up from school today too (Eeeek, so early...!). Time to make some holiday plans. Have you noticed that the Instagram place to go right now is Tulum, Mexico? I visited around 18 years ago - and I have to say it was truly stunning! I promise there is a rationale behind all this chat. I was taking my usual evening scroll through IG yesterday (as you do!) and stumbled across Suzanne's beautiful feed. Suzanne is a stylist, blogger and Mother of two and snaps beautiful pictures of her family's adventures (of which the recent one was to, es, you guessed it, Tulum!) and their wonderful home in The Netherlands. The delightful living space truly puts children in the centre - which goes to show that you can have a predominantly white home and a little children running about! The fabulous salmon pink accent also helps to add fun pops of colour throughout. Enjoy the tour!



How fabulous is that salmon pink Orange Slice chair? It's like a work of art and transforms the entire space.

Rattan stool*, Block rug, macrame wall hanging*



I love the idea of having a children's desk in the corner of the sitting room - and this zone with a homemade desk is so pretty, don't you think?

Once again, it's quite incredible how one statement piece (in this case the patterned throw) can make such a big difference to an otherwise all white space! I'd love to know where this one is from - tips welcome!

Bamboo pendant* 


The little boy's room has been kitted out in a white, dark blue and mustard yellow theme (see this guide on to how to create a half painted wall). It looks as though the desk has been painted the same colour as the wall, which is a nice way to create a cohesive feel (we did this with the shelves in Albin's room, and Lovisa did the same with her bedside tables in her fabulous Stockholm home).



What a great family home, don't you think?!

I really love how the Dutch incorporate colour into their homes, it always looks so fresh!

You can check out more of Suzanne's shots (including that trip to Tulum I was talking about!) on her IG feed and blog Ensuus and explore more homes from The Netherlands here.

Right guys. I do believe that's it for the week!! Hope you've found the posts inspiring!

Have a wonderful weekend and see you Monday!

Niki

Photography: Suzanne / Ensuus shared with kind permission.



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  1. Love this home... and the giant fringing on the bed cover. Also the panda on the back of the door. Have a fab weekend!! Sunny here in Shropshire x Rebecca x

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  2. So many great details! Happy to hear it's sunny in Shropshire just in time for the weekend! Niki x

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  3. Beautiful colors and atmosphere, and really interesting the black wall!
    Happy we!

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    1. Oh yes! The black wall is striking - and hides the TV well too!

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  4. Hey, I went to Tulum about 18 years ago too! Pretty sure the place has changed quite a bit since then, though.

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    1. When I went there was nothing there! I’m sure it’s still stunning but not sure I could go back!

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  5. Lovely! Any idea where the sofa is from?? :):)

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    1. Suzanne tells me it’s a Dutch brand and the model is no longer available - such a shame!

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  6. Loved the color blocking in the kids' bedroom! It makes white stand out in an even bigger way. And that pink armchair is so precious in the sitting room. ;)

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    1. I LOVED both of these two things too - so perfect!

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  7. I have to admit that it looks really great, I love the interior in such colors, I plan to use it myself. White furniture is beautiful, I wonder if it does not destroy it too quickly sometimes? Will not be with such problems? Thanks in advance for your answer, and I'm waiting for more such inspirational entries. Best wishes

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    1. Happy to hear you enjoyed this tour too. I guess white can be tricky, especially if you have little ones - however most paint is washable with a damp cloth (ideal for removing hand prints) and many fabrics can be removed from furniture these days and thrown in the wash - which means white is getting more user-friendly!

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