In my mother country, Easter is celebrated in the hometown where our parents have spent their childhood years. It is also the time where the family can gather and enjoy a week off their hectic lives in the city. In between there are rituals celebrating the Passion of the Christ, and Easter Sunday being the highlight of it all. Weekend getaways are the usual fare in the midst of it.
While I'm away on holiday in the tropics right this moment, it still doesn't fail to get inspired by other destinations this time of year. Today let's take a peek at this Danish architect's home in Malloca:
Architect Claus Bjarrum set up this minimal and rustic holiday home. The rough textures and achromatic schemes are just the perfect recipe for relaxation. Makes you want to forget your busy life for a minute or two, which can be real nice. That pool is extremely inviting!
It was thrilling to see Niki Brantmark's new reading corner. Oh swoon, those textures and muted colours! I'm currently working on our bedroom in our new flat (our reading corner is "not quite there yet") and this is a definite interior inspo for the week. A fan of rustic interiors, I zeroed in on that stool | side table. Those linens too are truly delectable.
If you're a fan of My Scandinavian Home like myself, read all about Niki on KRiSPINTERIÖR's interview on what makes her world tick here.
A spot somewhere in Stockholm, previously owned by photographer Emily Laye is now for sale. Tasteful styling is done by one of my favorites, Josefin Hååg. The minimal gallery corner is perfectly tucked amidst the overall monochromatic grey environs. What a wonderful balance of art, lighting choices, and finishes. Wish I could move in right now.