Just a quick post today as I’ve had to rethink my schedule a little bit – the weather has been so dreary that I haven’t been able to take any photography for the posts I’d planned, so they’re on hold until next week. Instead, I thought I’d kick off a new series sharing pictures of particular rooms that inspire me, starting with this beautiful lounge.
I recently posted a few images from Broste Copenhagen’s new-season range, which blends rich, autumnal notes with lighter shades and textures that work year-round, and I reckon this scheme is the perfect example of that delicate balance in practice. When I came across it on Pinterest, I was immediately drawn to the tactile linen and relaxed shapes, and the warm tones in the moody artwork, petrol-blue covers and copper lightshade. I also love the soft, dusky-peach throw (just the thing for snuggling under as the rain pours down outside), as well as the off-kilter gallery wall and pale floorboards.
All in all, it’s the ideal combination for this summer/autumn cusp. In fact, it’s almost enough to get me in the mood for chillier weather. Almost…
Photo by Sanna Tranlöv