i came across this incredible collection through Design Sponge. the images and colors are so lusciously memorable, i just had to share it. take you time, because Timorous Beasties will not disappoint. click on SHOP and PROJECTS once you enter.
Jan Kath Textiles and Rugs
Kaarina Kaikkonens work, that i love every single piece of.
i found our bed frame several years ago, and i have to say it’s my favorite piece of all time. my natural inclination toward architecture and interiors is minimal, clean, simple but fun. this bed is anything but minimal, clean and simple. it IS fun, however.
our smart, free spirited 9 year old, Jet
during our kitchen remodel, we had to move the bathroom to another wall, allowing for opening up the kitchen area to the sunroom. and by putting in a pocket door to the powder bath, it saved on space and awkwardness due to it’s very petite dimensions.
arched pocket door entrance off sunroom
the original corner sink was saved to reuse, along with fixtures
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our kitchen remodel included making it more accessible to the sunroom. now the sunroom is brighter and feels a part of the kitchen, instead of isolated.
standing between kitchen and sunroom
looking into kitchen from sunroom