Are you looking for ideas for your interior design, living room, bedroom, kitchen, bathroom, garden or balcony? We can image that. There are so many possibillities to decorate your home, what makes it so hard to make a choice. Do you want a modern interior design? Or rather a classic interior design? Do modern chairs fit with that or do you prefer the baroque chairs? Do you have to take a wood flooring? Or do tiles fit better with the rest of your interior? Are you thinking of a bathtub? Or do you prefer a jacuzzi? All of them are difficult choices to make for the interior of your home.
Gelukkig ben je hier aan het juiste adres. Op deze website vind je namelijk inspiratie voor de inrichting van je hele huis! Hieronder staan de nieuwste inspiraties. Elke dag komt er iets nieuws bij.
Take your time to check out all the pages. Get yourself a cup of coffee and enjoy all the beautifull photo's!
Good luck with your home!
Das Stue designhotel in Berlin is located in the former 1930s building of the Royal Danish Embassy. Das Stue’s unique heritage is therefore reflected in the name “living” means in Danish. This designhotel includes the prominence of the classical facade and the natural beauty of the green Tiergarten address that was formerly the royal hunting grounds were in the city
I’ve found this super cute DIY idea on the Swedish blog Hitta-hem.blogspot.se. It’s a message board, pegboard, collage or whatever you want to call you in a very simple way all can make yourself. On this message board, you can besides practical notes such as shopping lists or even remembers all your decorative and inspiring images lost. All you need is a piece of iron wire, hooks and pegs. The mesh is simply obtained from the well known building and the great thing is that you can make the bulletin board as big as you want.
We now know that lots of lovely living room ideas from Denmark. This time they come from Denmark, the couple Sarah & Rasmus. Sarah is 26 years, potter, teacher, photographer and designer. She has a long-standing relationship with Rasmus, who 30 years, a teacher, photographer and graphic designer. Together with their son Albert of eight months they live in a beautiful house in Nørrebro in Copenhagen.