a consistently neutral interior
This weekend flew by, did it not? We took the kids into the mountains for day camping, cooked a pizza over an open fire and roasted marshmallows. Both the little ones loved it but this morning we are back to it, back to school and classes and running around again.
There's something desirable to me about homes that look consistent from room to room. I'm not saying everything needs to be exactly the same but that they compliment each other somehow, that there is a cohesiveness felt throughout the entire home. I strive for this in my own place because I feel we are lacking, I get an idea for a paint color or fall in love with one piece of furniture and the house tends toward chaos a bit more than cohesion quickly.
Particularly in this calm and collected place, photographed by the talented Petra Bindel and styled by Emma Persson Lagerberg, a color palette safely contained within shades of warm wood, whites, browns and grey keep a similar look from room to room.
Found via Danielle Witte, with thanks.