Starting off the weekend with some Belgian Früli Strawberry Beer, so good! instagram.com/p/ZbpTWbDTQB/
We wanted a cleaner, modern space so we decided to create our own plywood flooring, headboard and nightstands. With some accessories and decor, the Master Bedroom should be coming together soon!
While visiting an antique store, we found some great Canadian Inuit prints we fell in love with, so decided to decorate the room with them. Abstract, clean and modern, it’s hard to tell they are actually from the 1950s! This vintage vase was a great addition.
More Canadian Inuit Art. We really wanted a modern floor lamp, this vintage one we picked up a few months ago fit perfectly! The chair is also available in orange on our shop Hindsvik.
Inuit Art “Three Walrus” by Sheowak, wife of a seal hunter. Made in 1960.
Close up of the floor lamp with our air flow grate. We decided to keep the grate the same original iron color to keep some of the character of our 1940s home.
More photos are available on our flickr page. Full Plywood tutorial is available here. The hallway is a different project on it’s own. One by one we’ll be redesigning our house and blogging about it here, with lots of DIY!
This Sunday we’ll be heading over to cover the International Design Festival and checking out the Interior Design Show, The Gladstone Hotel’s Come Up to My Room Event and a few others! We’re super excited about it and will of course show you all the cool stuff and designs along the way!
EDIT: Since so many of you have asked, the floors have held up beautifully over the years with no sign of wear at all! Thanks for asking!