Car Möbel Inspiration
I've raved about Car Möbel before because I've ordered from this German company in the past (furniture) and really like their selection... and I'm here to rave again because I always find something on their site or in their catalog that I like, whether it's a pouffe or a bookcase. And while they only ship locally, at least I'm guessing from what I've read on their site, many of you can look at some of their arrangements of things to gain inspiration for how you're displaying objects - I think they do a good job of it. I really like the hallway decoration shown below with the soft, pale blue wall with gray and white. So fresh and welcoming.
Most of what you see pictured are from the major brands that Car Möbel carries from Scandinavia, the Netherlands and Germany. Some of these brands include TineK Home, RICE, Greengate, PIP-Studio (they have their bedding and bags now!) and House Doctor. Though what makes Car Möbel so special is that they also carry their own line of furniture shown in all of these photos that is available in natural wood, white and sometimes black. I like this because you can buy unfinished pieces and customize them. The brands I've mentioned above are quite common to find, I guess you can say they're as common as West Elm or Pottery Barn is in America.
If you live in Germany then you can feel free to order as they come highly recommended by me (and I'm a picky customer!). I really love their professional, prompt service, packaging, and quality of goods. I also need a desk, so I'm looking high and low for one and found something on their site this morning that just may work for me. So! Here are some arrangements that I like that I thought would inspire you over the weekend, if you feel up to it, to redecorate or style a particular part of your home in a fresh, new way without purchasing a single thing. Give it a try - the bookcase that looks a wreck, your closet, the hallway, even a few shelves in the kitchen or bathroom.
Often mini refreshers like this can make your surroundings much more enjoyable - plus I think it's good to have movement in the house. What I mean by this is that when something stays in the same place to long it almost makes me feel stuck or in a rut emotionally just looking at it. I move things around frequently because it feels like the energy can circulate better. I know in words this makes little sense, but just try moving things around and you'll see what I mean... there's freedom and a fresh perspective that can often result from the moving of objects. Plus I observe a lot of movement in the natural world and thing that it's easy sometimes to forget that our interior environments may also need to change from time to time in order to allow for growth and change. At least, according to me. :)
(images: car möbel)