Blue and green is the dominant colour palette throughout our home, but vary how we use the colors from room to room to keep it interesting. In some rooms we use the colours on the walls or as you see here; the colours appear as an accent color in the details.
Home tour – Simply and calm Scandinavian home. The rooms in this Swedish home are airy, light and bright. Furnishings are modern design classics from the key names of Scandinavian design mixed with pretty antique and vintage pieces. Love the way of white, greys and the beauty of natural materials, especially wood, is celebrated in this home. It’s a home that’s in tune with today’s wish for calm, uncluttered spaces to live in!
New blog post over at Purodeco Feng Shui, this time about feng shui bedroom. We spend a third of our life in our bedroom. It’s the space we wake up in and it’s the last space we see before retiring to sleep. The bedroom is one of the most important rooms in our home and should inspire, uplift us and bring peace.
Nature is coming alive and the colours seem to intensify with each passing day. The colours in the summer interiors are like the nature; vibrant and intense. Bring the nature inside with summery colours if you want to celebrate this wonderful time of the year. If you need to cool down, use light and smooth pastels. In Norway we are not always used to enjoying warm summers so I prefer a mix of both!
I love sharing feng shui knowledge and wisdom. On my Norwegian feng shui website you’ll get a mix of feng shui & interior, based on my personal experience for my family and my work as a feng shui consultant. My intention with this site is to make feng shui easily understandable for all, without departing from the authentic feng shui fundamentals.