Meet Stylist Pella Hedeby and See Her "Soft Minimalist" Home in Sweden

Hey guys, happy Friday to ya! How was your week? I was in Romania for the past four days on an influencer trip but now I’m home just relaxing and decided to blog a little because I have such a special interview to share with you today.

You know, I’m VERY inspired after seeing the beautiful Transylvanian countryside, visiting the city of Sibiu, and the number one highlight - visiting the beautiful TISCA rugs and their manufacturing facility. Have you ever been to Romania? I will talk all about my experience there and what it was like on Monday, but I really was impressed… Transylvania was such gorgeous area to explore.

So! Today I want to share corners of the beautiful home and work “house” belonging to Interior Stylist Pella Hedeby from Sweden because a little Friday interiors inspiration is always a good thing, right?!

Oh and by the way, tomorrow I’m off to Münster for 24 hours (overnight) for the Garden & Home Blog Awards 2019 where I’ve been on the jury now for three years (such an honor!) selecting the winning German blogger from several categories in this lovely niche of interior and garden bloggers. I can’t wait to see everyone again and enjoy a night in a beautiful hotel, too. It’s always such a treat to stay in beautiful places, isn’t it?

So…. It’s time for a home tour!

Meet Stylist Pella Hedeby

This one is located in the countryside just south of Stockholm and inside, lives Pella Hedeby - a real interiors dynamo (known for her gorgeous styling and decorating at Lotta Agaton Interiors). She shares the space with her boyfriend Andreas along her kids Leo 14, Viggo 11 and daughter Filippa 14. Together, they own a 3 bedroom 110 m2 home that Andreas drafted and built right before they met over 7 years ago.

Along with some photos, would you like to learn more intimately about Pella? I had the pleasure of meeting her personally over a year ago here in Hannover but had already been following her Instagram @pellahedeby for years. Now, you can also “meet” her since she’s about to share her philosophy on home along with a few of her favorite things, including the types of plants and candles that she loves, her playlist, her one dream item to own, Instagram accounts that inspire her and more. I especially loved the two singer/songwriters that she mentioned - I’d not heard of them before and wow - really great stuff!

CORNERS OF PELLA’S HOME

Living Room

Living Room

Dining Room

Dining Room

Kitchen

Kitchen

Meet Swedish Stylist Pella Hedeby on decor8
Meet Swedish Stylist Pella Hedeby on decor8
Bedroom

Bedroom

Bathroom

Bathroom

Meet Swedish Stylist Pella Hedeby on decor8

Pella, what does home mean to you?

It’s my personal hideaway. The place where I can relax and just be. With a house there is also a lot of work and we always have projects underway. But I love staying at home; the garden is an ongoing favorite project and one of my greatest interests.

How would you describe your style?

I am a minimalist wannabe, but my home ends up more cluttered and cozy. A kind of soft minimalism where textiles and texture adds a natural warmth to modern clean lines.

What do you love most about your home?

The calm and peaceful location in the countryside with nature just around the corner.

What would you like to change?

For the floor plan, we really need an extra bedroom for my boys since they are getting on eachother’s nerves sharing the same room lately. We do have a small studio house, but it functions as my workspace and guest house, though that would be perfect for one of the kids when they grow a bit older..

For the interiors, I wish the house wouldn’t have white wooden panels on the walls indoors that my boyfriend selected for a “New England” style. I would prefer chalk painted walls and a more modern look. It really is a superficial thing though and I really enjoy the atmosphere of the house in general. (but a couple of walls I have actually recently plastered and painted with lime paint which creates a little balance in style).

THE STUDIO HOUSE

(Below) located off of the main house where Pella does her work.

Pella’s Studio House

Pella’s Studio House

Pella’s Studio House

Pella’s Studio House

Pella’s Studio House

Pella’s Studio House

Bathroom

Bathroom

Pella’s Studio House off of of the main house where she works

Pella’s Studio House off of of the main house where she works

What is your favorite thing to do at home?

I love to be outside and work in the garden. I also enjoy my morning yoga on the warm patio during summer which is my absolute favorite thing.

Favorite candle and/or scent:

The Bohemia candle from BYREDO is my long time favorite but recently I discovered Quod. They are organic scented candles in beautiful ceramics jars, handmade in Sweden. The Bouquet no 1, Black wood smells so good and is currently on my wish list!

Some of Pella’s favorites from her yard

Some of Pella’s favorites from her yard

What are your favorite flowers and plants?

I like to keep my interior calm and low-key. Using beautiful twigs from the garden to enhance the natural look. For the garden I prefer grayish green plants and white flowers for a toned down and serene look. Olive trees, lavendula and thyme are my all time favorites together along with sea buckthorn with its silver green leafs.

What’s your favorite meal to cook and why?

I try to eat more vegetarian and love meals that feel complete with few ingredients. My favorite is pasta with homemade pesto. I can eat that everyday...

Patio where Pella loves to entertain her guests in the Summer

Patio where Pella loves to entertain her guests in the Summer

How do you entertain guests?

We like to invite people to watch films in our garage where we have a movie screen. Then we bring some finger food, wine and light candles. It’s really cozy. But in summertime the best thing is to sit out on the patio until sunset, talking about life.

What’s on your playlist?

Ooh Child with MILCK goes on repeat at the moment, and all songs by Julia Michaels.

How do you hope your guests feel when they visit your home?

I want my home to feel welcoming and undemanding. Both for us and everyone that visits.

What is important to you when you visit someone else’s home?

The person that lives there. That’s it!

What’s your dream piece for the home?

I think that I have everything that I could ever wish for and more than I need. But one can always dream, right? Then I’ll admit that I have the Roly Poly armchair from Driade by Faye Toogood on top of my dream wishlist.

Favorite city to shop?

Definitely Copenhagen.

Your favorite Instagram accounts are...

There are so many accounts that really inspires me, but here are some of them.

@silent__living Inspires with the beauty of simplicity.

@maureenme Photographer Maureen M. Evans shares her beautifully curated images.

@daniellesiggerud A Danish architect’s pure and perfect sense of style inspires in every way.

@emmaeelwin The co-founder of We Make It last (@wemakeitlast) inspires with a sustainable style.

@klimatklubben.se The Swedish movement that discuss and gives tips on how to live a more environmentally friendly life.

Thank you so much Pella for this lovely chat and also for sharing your home with all of us, and to everyone else please have a wonderful weekend!

Love,

Holly

(Photography: With permission from Pella Hedby)

European Design Bloggers in Transylvania: Follow Our Adventures On Instagram @decor8 All Week!

Hello dear friends! How are you? Yes, you read the post title correctly - I’m going to Sibiu, Bogatu Român, Bran and Avrig in Transylvania, Romania tomorrow morning for 4 days with some good blogger friends (Niki, Mette, Igor, Agata and Desiree) sponsored by TISCA rugs!

TISCA is an Austrian rug company that has a factory there that we’ll tour and, a very exciting part for me is this: we each get the chance to weave a small rug on the loom! Yippee! That is one of the best parts of the trip for me - to be in the factory and to experience rug making personally. I hope to do a good job and craft something nice enough to display on the wall in my home vs. a total eyesore. :) I would really love to make something special that I can cherish and say, “HEY I MADE THAT!”. There is no better feeling than to display something at home that you, or someone you love, made with their own two hands.

TISCA rugs on floors and walls at Domotex 2018

TISCA rugs on floors and walls at Domotex 2018

A little back story about TISCA and how this whole thing started… I met the TISCA team at Domotex in Hannover this past year (and also last year too), through my job at the fair. Also, the other bloggers coming met them at the fair too so I am so happy to be reunited soon with my European blogger pals on this great trip.

You may also remember the name of this brand from my blog when, in 2018, TISCA appeared in a roundup of my favorite stands at Domotex. In fact, that very year, they had one of the most photographed stands at Domotex thanks to the design talent of Lotta Agatan and Pella Hedby from Sweden (Pella’s home tour and an interview will be on decor8 this Friday, June 14th so stay tuned!). Do you remember this post? That is the TISCA stand designed by Lotta and Pella…


Live sustainability, take on social responsibility and create jobs where for decades there have been none. Although these may be empty phrases elsewhere, they are a way of life at TISCA.
— TISCA

I have no clue what to expect in Romania as far as life and culture - but I’m about to find out and you can follow along on my Instastories and on my Instafeed starting tomorrow, 10 June until Friday the 14th of this week. All of my content this week on Instagram will be about my travels to Romania with my blogger friends so please follow me @decor8 on Instagram to see more (especially follow my stories there because I’ll put all of the behind-the-scenes stuff there, including our tour of the famous Dracula Castle and also Brukenthal Castle.)

TISCA rug samples on the wall, aren’t they beautiful?

TISCA rug samples on the wall, aren’t they beautiful?

TISCA rugs, established in 1963, are all handmade, which is something I’m very proud to journey all the way to Transylvania to witness firsthand. “From 26 structures and 96 colours, skilled weavers create a collection for individualists. High-quality new wool from New Zealand sheep, custom sizes, durability as well as reversibility are further specialities of TISCA Austria.”

I want to wish you all a fabulous start to a new week and again, follow me on Instagram this week to see the things we see and do in Romania with TISCA.

Love,

Holly

(Photography: Holly Becker)

Let's Get Interiors Inspiration From Morris & Co SS19 Collection

I think it is pretty funny that I didn’t really catch onto William Morris (of Morris & Co fame) until I was in Sweden visiting a wallpaper shop in 2007. I’d seen the prints before in design school, but mostly in historical homes and very traditional decorating magazines and books, and I didn’t take time to admire them because I’m not such a lover of super traditional decor in my own space.

Seeing William Morris in Sweden though, particularly in Swedish magazines showing home tours of lovely country spaces with a splash of William Morris wallpaper across an entry way wall or bedroom, or in a somewhat contemporary urban apartment, I was a changed woman. My mind opened to this whole new world of mixing periods and furnishings that is so typically European (in 2007 American decor was just becoming more “mixed”, people still stuck very closely to a specific style like Shabby Chic or Industrial.)

Ever since, I really love seeing their traditional prints in contemporary spaces or country homes with lots of white walls and painted floors, and mid century furnishings in wood tones, mixed with clean Scandinavian furnishings (like Danish design from Muuto or Menu). I think you can really mix their prints so well in any type of decor setting if you have a good eye for color and if you just have a good feeling for design and what pairs well together, which may not be something you are born with BUT over time - with experience - you can pick it up. I made a board for you on Pinterest to see Morris & Co. prints in various interiors that may inspire you…

My Pinterest Board showing Morris & Co in various interiors

My Pinterest Board showing Morris & Co in various interiors

Are you familiar with the brand? Oh of course you are, you’re a design fan too. Traditionally speaking, they are known for their prints and patterns in the home - as upholstery, wallpaper and as curtains, pillows and custom bedding. Most recently, they with H&M on a capsule collection for fashion, I bought a blazer, and they’ve worked with MT Tape in Japan to create washi tape with their prints which I have and love… They also worked with Anthropologie on some some furniture.

Their current SS19 collection showcases the talents of May Morris, the daughter of William and one of the most influential women in English embroidery with her flawless techniques and a distinctive style from the Arts & Crafts movement. Here is a glimpse of their new collection, do you see anything that catches your eye?

Morris & Co SS19 Collection For Interiors
Morris&Co SS19 Collection
Morris & Co SS19 Collection For Interiors
Morris & Co SS19 Collection For Interiors
Morris & Co SS19 Collection For Interiors
Morris & Co SS19 Collection For Interiors
Morris & Co SS19 Collection For Interiors
Morris & Co SS19 Collection For Interiors
Morris & Co SS19 Collection For Interiors
Morris & Co SS19 Collection For Interiors
Morris & Co SS19 Collection For Interiors

What do you think? Is this something that you can imagine in your own home? If so, how and where?

Have a lovely and restful Sunday.

Love,

Holly

(Images with permission from William Morris & Co)

A Beautiful Country Home near Amsterdam

It’s hard to believe sometimes how long I’ve been blogging - since January 2006 - omg! I think it’s incredible but also pretty scary to admit how fast the time has gone by. My life has also changed in ways I would have NEVER anticipated when I started writing here over 13 years ago. But a lot of others who also started blogs after me feel the same - they are still blogging but their life has changed in many ways too. Some stopped blogging but others, like my friend Danielle from The Style Files, are still writing and view blogging as a really nice and relaxing hobby while others turned their blog into big business.

Danielle gave us a tour of her apartment in Den Hague in 2006, do you remember it? Ha ha, ok, I’m guessing no, so here is a link. After that tour, I think a few years later (maybe around 2010?) she relocated outside of Amsterdam to a big old house and renovated it and had a baby. I never gave you a tour of that house because it has been a work-in-progress ever since - with the garden and outside areas being a big focus in most recent years. BUT today, you will get the grand tour of the house BUT there is a catch. YOU CAN ACTUALLY OWN IT IF YOU WANT TO because Danielle just put the property up for sale and it can be yours (link here for info at the realtor’s website or here to Funda.

OK so it’s time to check out this gorgeous country home, just 15 minutes from Amsterdam. I wish I had the extra cash to turn this into my summer home!

living room

living room

Dining area

Dining area

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living room

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kitchen - open floor plan with living and dining combined

kitchen - open floor plan with living and dining combined

Terrace off of living/dining/kitchen

Terrace off of living/dining/kitchen

Tour this Beautiful Country Home near Amsterdam
hallway

hallway

Tour this Beautiful Country Home near Amsterdam
Tour this Beautiful Country Home near Amsterdam
master bedroom

master bedroom

master bathroom

master bathroom

Tour this Beautiful Country Home near Amsterdam
Tour this Beautiful Country Home near Amsterdam
Tour this Beautiful Country Home near Amsterdam
Play area downstairs

Play area downstairs

Home Office downstairs

Home Office downstairs

Child’s room

Child’s room

Child’s room

Child’s room

Tour this Beautiful Country Home near Amsterdam

Isn’t this home amazing? And that’s just the INSIDE. Imagine living in a house like this on a huge plot of land with gardens and water in the backyard where you can dock a boat to explore the canal? And a big space for the children to play? It’s so lovely, I really hope someone deserving gets this special gem of a house because I watched Danielle renovate it over the years and know how much love she put into this home and I remember when she brought her newborn son to this home… So many memories.

If you like it and want to explore purchasing, you can click over to the website. I get NO profit and NO nothing from telling you about this house - Danielle is a good friend and I’d just like to help her find the perfect buyers.

Love,

Holly

(Photography: Interior by Paulina Arcklin)




Natural, Organic and Simple: The Home + Shop of Sukha in Amsterdam

Hello dear readers, would you like to visit Amsterdam with me today? Whenever I’m in this charming city, there’s a very unique shop that I simply must-see no matter what. It’s like LYS Vintage in Hamburg, Merci in Paris or Rossana Orlandi in Milan… I think each city has it’s “design/concept shop” and for Amsterdam, that shop in my eyes is Sukha.

What is “the” shop in your city? Comment below and let us know…

Since it’s a dreary and gray week day here and I’m in need of something bright and joyful, I will share impressions from the wonderfully inspiring Sukha while also going deeper below the surface into the home of Founder Irene Mertens. Together, Irene and I will have a chat too about her business and favorite things to do in Amsterdam, a city that she loves very much.

Care to join us?

But first, a mood board to frame this story - because this is what Suhka is all about - natural, relaxed, a bit bohemian, and very beige/white. It’s gorgeous!

Sukha Amsterdam

What is the concept behind your shop?  

Sukha is a flagship store in the heart of Amsterdam. Everything we sell – from fashion to furniture and from accessories to art – comes with a complementary dose of Sukha. Sukha means ‘joy of life’ in Sanskrit. And that is exactly what we are about. Sukha is a place where beautiful things are conceived, developed and created. We stand for fair production and take great care in selecting unique items that are handmade from natural materials and are often locally designed. Everything we do is done with a great deal of attention and consideration, always with a twinkle in our eye and, above all, joy of life.  

How would you describe your personal style?  

Natural, organic and simple.  

Have you ever thought to open other stores and if so, where?  

Yes, but we decided not to. We feel it’s better to focus on one beautiful shop, where everything comes together. Other shops in 13 countries all over the world are reselling our own brand, Atelier Sukha. We give them the opportunity to spread some Sukha joy through their own special places. 
 

Where do your products come from (that you design)?  

The products we develop with Atelier Sukha are brought to life in the poorest regions of India and Nepal. Our whole product line-up is set up with local communities. Our mission is to create more Fair Trade employment opportunities in these countries. Next to that we want to cherish the ancient crafts, which are passed on from generation to generation.  

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Suhka Retail Space

Suhka Retail Space

Suhka Shop

Suhka Shop

Suhka Retail Space

Suhka Retail Space

Suhka Retail Space

Suhka Retail Space

Suhka Shop

Suhka Shop

What are some of the most popular brands for clothing that you carry?  

Sukha Amsterdam

Monique van Heist, Elsien Gringhuis and Kings of Indigo, all designed in the Netherlands. Van Heist has a powerful philosophy, she designs everlasting basics. We are very proud to stand next to her. She takes slow fashion to the next level. Elsien only uses ecological material and fabrics. Her pieces transcend time and place. We love her focus on craftsmanship and eye for detail. KOI is our favorite organic denim brand.  

What is a trend right now that you love and support?  

The growing consciousness of people. First it started with food, now slowly we’re getting to fashion. People are buying less and they choose products with better quality that will last for years. More and more they choose colors, materials and prints that they’re feeling comfortable in - and actually love, instead of (blindly) following trends.  


What do you love the most about your shop?  

Our calm, natural and relaxed atmosphere. People from all over the world are visiting us because of that atmosphere, our special selection of products and our lovely team. We think it’s very important to really be there for every customer, have a little talk, drink a cup of tea together and help them get that timeless basic, beautiful present or lovely postcard.  

We have a close group of regular customers who stop by every now and then to add something new to their wardrobe or just get inspired by new products. We’re very grateful for such lovely friends of our shop and could not do it without them.
 

Suhka Shop

Suhka Shop

What is hard about being a shop owner?  

Our shop is 362 days a year open, it never stops... When we close the door at the end of the day, we’re not finished. You take your ideas, new developments and decisions to be made, to the home.  

Is social media helpful to your business?

Yes, it is very helpful, you can reach everyone all over the world, so we can spread our joy of life and philosophy in as many countries as possible. We believe the online world supports us and we’re trying to use it in a thoughtful, inspiring way.
 

What do you use (social media) to connect online?

Instagram is a very important tool to connect to our customers and has the largest reach. We try to inspire and educate, by showing everything we like (and has a sparkle of joy in it) and explaining how we produce, where we produce and by pointing out certain ancient techniques or special crafts.  

Are you inspired by your city and if so, why?  

Very much! I love the people in Amsterdam, they are so open-minded. Our city is ever-growing and developing and trying to do that in the most fair and sustainable way. There are a lot of new social initiatives. For most of my life I have lived here and I still get surprised by a beautiful new little restaurant, a great hidden playground for kids or a stunning sunset when I’m cycling home across the canals.  

Irene’s Home in Amsterdam - Master Bedroom

What are 5 places in Amsterdam that you suggest for a tourist to visit for hotels and food?  

Conscious Hotel and Loyd Hotel for sleeping. Choux is an amazing restaurant with a focus on natural ingredients, surprising combinations and beautiful natural wines. We’re also a big fan of Toscanini; a luxurious, yet low-key Italian restaurant serving high quality classic Italian dishes. An outstanding coffee-to-go-or-to-stay? Try Toki, close to our shop. This place is inspired by Japan, they only work with the highest quality of every product they use. Their lunch menu is small, but lovely and tasty. If you want to escape the city a bit, go to the Ceuvel. Their mission is to be 100% sustainable. They grow their own vegetables, produce their own juices and lemonades and work with local farmers and other parties to complete their lunch and dinner menu. It’s located next to the water and the locals even take a swim in the Summer there. 

Tell show you imagine your business in 5 years, what are some of your goals?  

Our main goal is to provide as many people as possible with fair work and a fair income. Therefore, we need to expand our online and wholesale business. We’re constantly developing new ideas and at the same time we’re looking critically to who we are now and who we want to be in the future and which place we want to take in this, fast growing and changing, world.  

Irene’s Home in Amsterdam - Living Room

Irene’s Home in Amsterdam - Living Room

Irene’s Home in Amsterdam - Kitchen

Irene’s Home in Amsterdam - Kitchen

Irene’s Home in Amsterdam - Dining Room

Irene’s Home in Amsterdam - Dining Room

Irene’s Home in Amsterdam - Master Bedroom

Irene’s Home in Amsterdam - Master Bedroom

Irene’s Home in Amsterdam - Kid’s corner

Irene’s Home in Amsterdam - Kid’s corner

Thank you so much Irene for your time, your home and shop impressions, and for having such a thoughtful, beautiful viewpoint on products, production and retail overall. It’s inspiring and important!

(Photographer: Jeltje Janmaat  with permission)

Boho Style Inspiration For The Home From The Newest Retail Space of Grace Loves Lace

It’s rather unusual to find an Australian brand in Texas, particularly a bridal shop, but that is exactly what Grace Loves Lace is - with their latest flagship store in Dallas (the third in the United States) that opened recently as part of their global expansion. I don’t share bridal shops typically on this site, for reasons I don’t think we need to elaborate on (but normally they are all following the same format), but this one really caught my attention because of its beauty and the history of their lace which is carefully chosen from select mills in Calais, France. I have always had a thing for delicate French lace, it’s so pretty for a special occasion or even to use to embellish something in the home, like the bottom of linen curtains in a little girl’s bedroom, so this shop really spoke to me. I guess I also just like to see something different for a change. This is a shop that worth seeing whether you are getting married or not - it’s so pretty!

Grace Loves Lace

So let’s talk about this shop for a moment and then I’ll give you a peek around along with my very own CREATE THIS LOOK guide at the bottom. The new Grace Loves Lace showroom in Dallas combines locally sourced furnishings with imported foliage, giving it a bit of a boho coastal vibe, which you’ll soon see in the tour.

Founder + Designer Megan ZIems with her children

Founder + Designer Megan ZIems with her children

Inspired by the design and architecture of the founder’s home, Designer Megan Ziems, this space is, “the perfect blend of Australian décor and Southern charm”. You can find plenty of natural light, soaring ceilings, recycled timber, antiques and pottery, custom-made mirrors, and leather and gold accents in this space which is a perfect contrast to the white floors, walls and of course, the lace dresses. The result? Beautiful, warm and inspiring! I love the dark wood with the delicate lace and pottery most of all. It’s so unique.

When doing some research for this story, I learned quite a lot about the business including a fun fact: Grace Loves Lace has the “Most pinned bridal dress on Pinterest”, a dress that the founder designed that woman all over the world fell in love with - this one. The best part (for me) is that it was called the “Hollie” dress (named after the founder’s sister, not me, but still…) And though Hollie sold out, they now have the “Hollie 2.0” which is nearly identical to the original.

Grace Loves Lace
Grace Loves Lace
Grace Loves Lace
The design brief for my own beach house was for a family space imbued with warmth, comfort and a sense of calm –and I wanted to create a similar look and feel for Grace Loves Lace’s Dallas home too.
— - Megan Ziems
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I hope that you enjoyed the interior of this retail space. I find that it’s nice to see how shops are designed because often I get so many ideas for my home from shopping in all sorts of spaces along with museum and cafe visits. Inspiration for the home can come from the most unlikely spots. Even a bridal shop can be a jumping off point for a new design idea for your interiors. Seek inspiration everywhere, through as many channels as you can soak in! It’s really all about exposure to beautiful, well-designed things. The more you train your eye to good design, the better at design you will become. Really!

DESIGN TIPS TO CREATE THIS LOOK

  1. MIX DELICATE DETAILS WITH RAW, EARTHY PIECES

  2. MIX IN POTTERY

  3. ANTIQUES ARE A MUST

  4. OPEN AND WHITE SPACE WORKS GREAT WITH DARK WOODEN ACCENTS

  5. ADD MATTE GOLD AND BRASS AS AN ACCENT (NOT METALLIC SHINY GOLD)

  6. PLANTS - PLANTS - PLANTS (but more dark green, no light green or lime tones)

  7. TREES in dark green

  8. GROUP LARGE POTS ON THE FLOOR (ANTIQUE OR THAT LOOK OLD AND WORN)

  9. BROWN LEATHER SOFAS AND CHAIRS

  10. BLACK METAL FRAMES FOR CHAIRS

  11. CHUNKY WOODEN SOFA AND DINING TABLES

  12. BLACK AND WHITE ART

  13. CHUNKY FLOATING WOODEN SHELVES THAT ARE RECYCLED FROM A PREVIOUS LIFE AS SOMETHING COMPLETELY DIFFERENT

  14. DRIED FLOWERS IN EARTH TONES

  15. SHEER WHITE DRAPES ON WINDOWS

  16. TABLETOPS WITH BLACK LINEN

  17. DINNERWARE THAT IS OR LOOKS HANDMADE IN EARTH TONES

  18. PILLAR CANDLES, ARRANGE SOME IN OLD PLANTERS ON TABLES

Have a lovely weekend and thank you to Megan at Grace Loves Lace for sharing her new store with us today.

(Store Photographs by Laning Photography, Portrait of Founder by Libby Dodd. All with permission from Grace Loves Lace.)