Wishing you a nice Friday with this cozy 2.5 room apartment in Stockholm, Sweden. It is up for sale at the moment through Fantastic Frank, if you are interested.
Today my mood for Fredagsmys is seeing snow outside, and hearing the fire crackling from the stove as I am surrounded by tons of books. I am envisioning this being in a small intimate apartment which me and him have made into our home.
Credit: Fantastic Frank
How would you spend your perfect Friday? Or what is the mood you are thinking about when Friday pops in your head? Would love to hear your stories.
There is something very inspiring about looking through portfolios of design studios. They can act as an inspiration for one’s own creative venture or be a way where one can observe and learn from successful applications of different elements and materials.
A studio I stumbled upon today is a Swedish architecture/design studio called Arrhov Frick. The company stands for creating “straight forward architecture”, which clearly also goes for their interiors.
Credit: 1. 2. 3. 4. Photo by Ake E:son Lindman, Mikeal Olsson
Arrhov Frick inspired me to look into other design studios. Which design studios do you find inspiration from?
I am stepping into my home after a long day working. No clutter, no dust! I am welcomed to a clean and organized home, as it had its weekly cleaning a day ago. I feel at ease! No unnecessary stress this weekend.
I unwrap the newly baked bread that I got at the local bakery while I wait for the closest friends to get here.
Credit: Alvhem Makleri Via Emmas designblogg
Finally it is Friday and time for Fredagsmys. Wishing you a nice evening with inspiration from this home that is for sale from Alvhem Makleri.
How would you spend your Friday? Share your ideal Fredagsmys with us on our Facebook page. Happy Friday!
I recently posted the home of architect Daniel Heckscher and singer Jessica Folcker. Now their house is on the market and can be yours for 8 900 000 kr.
Isn’t it ‘interesting’ how we are seeing more homes first getting published in interior magazines and then later being up for sale? Perhaps a new business venture?
All you need to do is decorate your home so it looks like eye candy, then push for it to be published on blogs which hopefully results in some coverage in an interior magazine. Before the hype dives, put it out on the market and you will instantly get more coverage. Bloggers will notice you and re-post, resulting in more exposure for your home. Then await a good return which probably is higher then if you hadn’t ‘marketed’ it so well.
Credit: Hemnet-Skandiamäklarna via Husligheter
I admit it’s probably not so easy as I make it sound here. But perhaps worth a go? How do you look at this publish-then sell trend?
Credit: 1, 2 Boligmagasinet
These two interior spaces wouldn’t have been the same without the photos and artwork. Don’t you agree? Not to say that the rest of the decor and design isn’t outstanding; because that would be a lie.
In my mind: these two images are good inspirations for how dressing the wall can change a space from feeling naked. But most importantly it’s the way they have been addressed that really makes all the difference.