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This old barn situated in Oslo was converted to create a space that is brimming with art and personality. With contrasting white walls and bleached wood floors, the interior is the perfect backdrop for patterned wallpaper and quirky accents.
In the living room, pop art and disco lights add a dash of playfulness to the space.
The theme is carried through to the office in confetti inspired wallpaper. Colours are picked out from the wallcovering through accessories for a balanced look.
In the hallway, shoes are hung from a plexiglass shelf. The effect results in an organized look that is aesthetically pleasing as well.
A yellow peacock chair injects the master bedroom with vibrancy yet complements the casual feel of the space.
Designed by Dafne Vijande, this cottage located in Cordoba uses classic furniture, woodwork and neutral tones for a cosy yet elegant interior.
Ivory paint unifies the living and dining area for a seamless look. Bright and colourful accessories punctuate the scheme lending a fresh spring like feel.
In the dining area, a table runner overflows from the table for a stately feel while wire frame chairs lend an open feel.
Mismatched chairs lend a laid back feel to the kitchen’s eating area while the chandelier adds a touch of glamour.
By keeping the design scheme in the master bedroom neutral, the space feels more spacious. Colourful accents inject personality into the space.
Layering of soft furnishings turns a third bed into a functional space for reading in this girly bedroom.
In the bathroom, a marble parapet with glass creates distinct zones between wet and dry areas. Rustic vintage elements lend charm to the space while a lace curtain gives a timeless look.
In the patio area terracotta tiles, wrought iron furniture and floral prints welcome spring. The contrast is quite evident as this change in colour shows the transition between indoor and outdoor.
*Source: Mi Casa