Starting off the weekend with some Belgian Früli Strawberry Beer, so good! instagram.com/p/ZbpTWbDTQB/
1. Eva Zeisel Candlestick Set from DWR – $165
2. 1930′s Hawk-Eye Camera from Hindsvik Shop – $35
3. Akebi Bag from Analogue Life – $240
4. Merino Rug from Sheepskinfurs.com – $349
5. Urchin Object from DwellStudio – $24
6. Angenam Bowl from Ikea – $19.99
7. Blu Dot – Rook Table Lamp from 2modern – $199
8. Labyrinth Persimmon Pillow from DwellStudio – $88
9. Reclaimed Oak Tree Trunk Table from Hindsvik Shop – $225
10. Duncan Bulb Decanter from DWR – $150
11. Mid Century Wooden Book Case from Hindsvik Shop – $249
12. Grete Jalk GJ Chair from Hive Modern – $2500
We recently came across this beautiful vacation home located in Leander, Texas and fell in love with the details.
Located on the waterfront along the Highland Lakes and surrounded by a canopy of oak and cedar trees, the property consists of two buildings, one original stone 1930′s cottage and a modern three-tier 30 foot slatted wood tower.
We love how the slats partially cover some of the windows throughout the tower and the contrast of sharp lines against the trees.
Slatted wood continues throughout the interior which opens up to panoramic views of the lake.
Bent plywood chair and colorful graphic pillows.
We love the sliding door leading into the master bathroom.
Two small bedrooms occupy the first and second floors, while the third floor opens to a terrace with a panorama of the lake and rolling hills.
This beautiful island cottage near Gothenburg dates from the 1950′s and was completely renovated by Swedish architects Johannes Norlander Arkitektur.
The interior of the cottage is refinished with a beautiful natural pine that really takes advantage of the light coming from outdoors.
The exterior has been re-claf in tar-coated plywood, a traditional technique originally used to preserve wood on boats. The eaves and gutters were also painted black to continue the simple look of the house.
The cottage was originally from the mid century with an extension from the 1970′s and was completely run-down. The original building and most of the structure was kept and was slightly refined, keeping it’s original qualities intact.
We love the contrast of the dark wood exterior with the natural green landscape surrounding the property!
The Shingle House by NORD Architecture is a vacation home located in Dungeness, Kent in Britain with a black shingle exterior and white wood panel interior.
The glazed concertina doors in the living room open up to the interior spaces to the beach. The entire beach is classified as a nature reserve and is filled with unusual flora and is considered a haven for birdlife.
We love the white panelled walls which create a cosier feel in the modern space.
Small rectangle windows like this are perfect for a view of the landscape and are also great for privacy.
The bedroom also opens to the outdoors, how nice would that be?
The bathroom is also beautiful, combining more traditional elements (the bathtub and faucets) with modern lines.