• Inspiration: George and Janelle

    Janelle Burnett’s house is constantly evolving. She calls her ever changing interior style jokingly a permanent design crisis, but her 22.200 Instagram followers beg to differ. With loads of DIY’s and budget tips, Janelle is a constant inspiration.

  • DIY: Daybed with storage

    If you’ve been following my blog and my Instagram for a while, then you have undoubtedly seen our daybed. My husband and I built it when I was pregnant of our second daughter. Now, I must admit that I’ve made many bad interior decisions when I was preggo with her, but this wasn’t one of them! I have done countless naps on it during my third trimester and I love to do my (school-) reading on it. The girls also sit and read on it, so adorable to see! It is a little on the low side, so even the youngest one (she is 1,5 years old) can crawl on…

  • Inspiration: Brian and Maria

    No stationary toys in the living room and a well-functioning storage system make Brian and Maria’s apartment a lovely place for all family members. Interior design lessons learnt Where: Copenhagen Who: Brian (39), Maria (37), Josefine (5), Oliver (2) Type: Apartment Living surface: 118 m2 In a nutshell: ‘Easy going interior’ ‘When we moved in in the beginning of 2018,’ Maria says, ‘we made a promise to ourselves not to create a dedicated play area for the kids in our living room. We used to have one in our old home and it had slowly begun to eat all empty space. What had started as a little corner became a…

  • Fenne’s favorites… “I do”

    We got married! On our 11th anniversary my boyfriend and I made it official. Now he’s not only the love of my life, the father of my daughters and the most annoying winner of games that I know, now he’s also my husband. We held a super simple wedding, with very few guests. We got married at Copenhagen’s very pretty city hall and afterwards we went home to our place, where we enjoyed a lovely dinner of Lebanese food. However, you guys know me by now, I still had to decorate a bit more extensively than strictly necessary for the big day. And I’m so pleased with how it turned…

  • Inspiration: Jakob and Mathilde

    This family knows how to customize a house, so it becomes a home. Jakob has the ideas ánd the ability to execute them. This leads to smart and playful solutions for the whole family to enjoy. Customized apartment Where: Copenhagen, Denmark Who: Jakob and Mathilde, Ellen (4) and Liv (0) Type: Apartment Living surface: 105 m2 In a nutshell: ’If it ain’t broke, fix it anyways.’ A creative universe unfolds, when Mathilde opens the door to their apartment on the second floor in Copenhagen. The home of the family of four consists of a combined kitchen/livingroom on the one side of the apartment and three (bed-)rooms on the other side. The two sides…

  • Inspiration: Laura and Tim

    ‘I’ll admit it! I once threw out one of my son’s toys, because it was made of plastic and I thought it was ugly.’ There is no need to compromise on your personal style, when you have a strict door policy, such as this couple has, living in a light apartment in urban The Hague. ‘Toys complement our interior’ Where: The Hague, the Netherlands Who: Laura and Tim, Thijs (2) Type: Apartment Living surface: 102 m2 In a nutshell: ‘We collect furniture with stories, and like to design and build our own things.’ ’We buy our furniture based on our intuition. We usually are quick to decide. We look at…

  • Inspiration: Mark and Noor

    Wanting to live close to the city center, but away from the city’s noise and its traffic, drove Mark and me to unknown territory. We fell in love with a town house built in 2011, on the outskirts of Copenhagen, Ørestad. Now we’ve been living here for almost three years, and we are even more excited about the house and its surroundings now, than when we moved here. Even though it can get a little crowded, now that our family exists of four members. Informal town house for four Where: Copenhagen, Denmark Who: Mark and Noor, Elin (4) and Ina (1) Type: Town house Living surface: 110 m2 In a nutshell: ‘We…