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A Warm Home Which Nails the In-Between Season Vibe!

Hi campers! How was your weekend? Ready for a home tour with some inspiring details? This lovely space in Heidelberg, Germany belongs to Danilo and Paolo. The duo are passionate about the home, flowers and travel - all of which come together in this harmonious living space. I particularly love how they have mastered that 'between season vibe' when the light returns, the spring flowers have bloomed, and yet there's still a bite in the air.  Keep a look out for kilim rugs, spring flowers, candles and blankets, a beautiful bathroom cabinet and a ceiling height palm. Ready to feel inspired? 

This home has such a lovely feeling. The spring flowers, blankets and candles certainly help - a perfect between season combination! 

Tip on plants: mature greenery like this palm can be expensive. Keep a look out for similar plants on budget-friendly second-hand sites such as gumtree and eBay - here in Sweden businesses are often selling off plants like these when they update their office). 

Another tip: Annie at We Are Here Now sells lovely vintage kilim rugs.

Is there anything that caught your eye?  

See more of Danilo and Poalo's home over at @homeinheidelberg

BTW thank you so much for your positive feedback on my 2022 organisation series with Elfa on Friday. I'm excited too - just feeling a little overwhelmed by tackling my attic! Gaaah! 

Have a great start to the week!

Niki

Photography courtesy of @homeinheidelberg

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  1. Nice balance of light and warmth! I'm intrigued by the mirror/medicine cabinet--it's very stylish and I love combinations of style and storage (gotta be practical! We all have "stuff"). I'm trying to figure out how it is hinged to allow it to open like that.

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    1. I love the bathroom cabinet. I wonder where it's from? I actually hadn't thought about it the mechanism, but now you mention it, it is a very clever design!

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