So this Saturday is our big apartment move. Items we’ve boxed up, as of this exact moment = 0. Insert sentences about how it’ll all come together last minute and be fine. But really, I won’t lie — I’m a little panicked. We’ve sold lots of items from our home too, so right now, my house feels messy, un-put together, and it’s bumming me out. Mostly because I’m SUCH a homebody and when things are in disarray, it’s hard for me to function!
In any case, our new home currently has freshly painted white walls, and several of the rooms have floor to ceiling windows. Because we anticipate we might only be there for a year, I don’t know that we’re going to paint anything. I’ve been drawing lots of inspiration from Scandinavian homes, which are light and white, and definitely uncluttered (something that’s driving me crazy in my very messy, pre-move apartment).
This particular home was shot for Alt Interiors magazine, and I’m in love! Lots of mid-century elements and clean lines make for a very refreshing space. More gorgeous home tour photos, after the jump!
Formally educated design friends — what are these chairs called and who originally created them? I love them! You guys were so good about educating me on the fact that these were called Bertoia chairs… show me the way once more!
This chair also slays me. Kind of loving the art arrangement here as well. Everything in the vignette stays low to the ground, making the corner feel so airy.
Someday, I will have dining chairs like this. Joe hasn’t been convinced yet, but soon…. very soon…
This = everything. I think our new home needs a fiddle leaf fig tree. Even if the walls are all white, there’s nothing like a shot of green to inject a little color and life into a space.
What do you think? Could you handle a home this light and white?