Inspiring Home in Uruguay
Here's a pretty room (or six!) to inspire all the bohemians and romantics out there today who like an open yet rustic feminine space. These photos are from the 1850's home of Argentinian couple Federico Bonomi and Cynthia Kern who run clothing company Kosiuko and currently live in Uruguay with their children. These photos are from Mixr in Sweden and I simply have to share them as the look is very unique and you may be able to take away some inspiration from the arrangements.
This casual home merging old with new looks like a creative center of activity, doesn't it? I love how it has some very elegant touches but that it also feels lived in and that it's not overly styled or designed to perfection. I also like some of the whimsical touches, like the mismatched tilework around the fireplace. I'm seeing more and more wood encased tubs lately, especially salvaged wood, and I find this inspiring and original.
These were forwarded to me by Emma who I had the pleasure of hanging out with in Stockholm a few years ago. Emma, thank you for these photos!