Family Home: Antwerp Villa
This 1920s villa was remodeled by its owners to accommodate their new life with twins. Covetousness is a sin, but I covet this.
What a great weekend! We've had a full house for the last few days, and I'm sad our guests are leaving today. It's the best part of having a bigger house--more room for friends to come and visit. Some of my favorite moments from the weekend took place around our dining table. Good food, good wine, and good company. Here are some beautiful dining rooms that work for families and for entertaining:
We love our Stokke Tripp Trapp. Little man is almost three, and he still uses it every day. It will make a great desk chair for him when he's older. Now, Stokke has come out with a new modular bouncer-highchair combination, and it looks like another great design idea that grows with your child.
Family Home: Colorful Danish
I tend to be conservative with my color choices. In fact, this week we are painting our entire first level white. Not very adventurous. This home dares you to shake it up a little. I'm not planning on a mint accent wall any time soon, but I'm feeling inspired by all the bright color.
Eclectic Dining Room
This is the kind of space I want to eat in every day. Via here.
Ideas for little rooms via here:
Family Home: A White House
A beautiful serene space from Mrs Jones:
I'm obsessed with herringbone flooring. Obsessed. That's one of the many things I love about this Berlin home.
Shop Baby: Babyhome
Babyhome products are finally available in the US.