Louise has opted for mainly whitewashed walls which help to bounce the light around and give the illusion of space. while an accent wall adds a great focal point and creates contrast.
Kitchenware in fresh pastel hues also add a summery vibe, while a canvas director chair adds a beachy touch.
Sunny yellow tulips and daffodils brighten up a dark corner around the sink.
FYI I also have a lemon tree in my home which I bought last spring. I’m proud to announce that it’s survived the winter but there are no lemons to be seen – what have I done wrong? Honestly though, I’m just proud it’s still alive!
Notice how wall to wall storage units double up as seating in the dining area – a smarty small space solution.
Some summer dresses are way too pretty to be kept hidden in a wardrobe – put them on display like Louise has done – so even if it’s too cold to wear them you can still appreciate them each and every day! These ones are from Boii Studios.
A lit candle – because, well, hygge.
The pretty town of Aarhus is a must visit if you’re in Denmark – and a walk by the coast his perfect for blowing away the cobwebs, or a dip if you dare!
What a lovely home – and such great inspiration for spring / summer too, don’t you think?
Shall we take a look at a few other lovely attic spaces today? here are a few of my favourites:
Wishing you all a great start to the week – I hope the sun is shining where you are too!