15 March 2017

The Ideal Bunk

Children's rooms are often a challenge. Is there a way to make it look sophisticated and yet not losing the essence of being child-like and still be filled with room for fantasy, imagination and function? Why, yes! One of the most sought-after group of designers did the perfect job in customizing an efficient and inspiring modern bunks-- Workstead.

Every little nook and cranny is a spot for storage. And those bunks can make a child's imagination run wild with a construction imitating a tiny house. The room design also offers a wide span of free floor space to roam and play, as well as built-in storage and desk area for study.

The space embraces the architecture of narrow New York City spaces. The high ceilings allow natural light to flood through large windows and a transom above the bedroom door.

Workstead is a fast-growing company with utmost quality in craftsmanship and aesthetic. I must say they are one of my favorite design firms. Workstead was previously featured on KRiSPINTERIÖR for their work on both hotel design, as well as residential in and around NYC, shown here, here and here.

Source Remodelista via Workstead
Interior Design Workstead 
Photography Matthew Williams

13 March 2017

The Attic Apartment

I have many, many dream apartments. One of them is living in an attic, with all the rough textures, trusses and walls intact.

Oracle Fox

The Attic Apartment | K R i S P I N T E R I Ö R

12 March 2017

Dream Little Bedroom

I wouldn't mind an open concept bedroom with a dream closet... This only works with a well-edited, well curated minimalist wardrobe, of course. Are you one of those people? Then this inspiration is for you.

CLD via Alvhem
Styling Sarah Widman

11 March 2017

Grey Kitchen

Minna Jones has the perfect little grey kitchen...

The kitchen is designed by Minna Jones herself, and finished it off with the perfect shade of grey by Teknos NCS S -6502 -Y.  Accessorized with products by IKEA, Marimekko, Frama, Menu and Lampe Gras.

Minna as one of my old school favorite stylists dating back to Scandinavian Deko days. She and her different homes have been featured several times on KRiSPINTERIOR, but my favorites are her spring inspired photos shown here and here.