Visit This Warm, Natural Boho German Home For The Holidays

I can’t believe the Holidays are coming to a close and soon we’ll be entering 2019. Whoosh! This year seemed to fly once October came. We can still hold on to Christmas a little longer though, thanks to today’s home tour coming from Monika Abts (Moni) in Odenthal, Germany which is about 20 minutes from Cologne. She shares her 200m² home with her husband, two children (boy 14, girl 11) and her dog, Liz. She’s a textile engineer by day, but also writes a blog called Lady Stil, which focuses on interiors and DIY projects.

Visit This Warm, Natural Boho German Home For The Holidays

You can also find Monika on Instagram @lady_stil, where I first discovered her home. I hope that you find some inspiration here, there are so many decorating ideas in this home tour, you may find something that sparks your creativity and gives you a new project idea at home. I like the dried flowers in the glass vase on the floor, the giant wreath hanging above her dining table, her many throw rugs because they are very natural looking, and black bulbs hung over her window in the bedroom. In fact, that is one idea I’d like to try in my wintergarten since I already have the bulbs from Granit, still in a box!

Here is her home, and below, an interview that I had with Monika about her style, what’s on her playlist, and more! Enjoy!

Visit This Warm, Natural Boho German Home For The Holidays
Visit This Warm, Natural Boho German Home For The Holidays
Visit This Warm, Natural Boho German Home For The Holidays

 What does home mean to you?

I’m not stuck to a special house or a place. Home is where beloved things and people are and where I can be myself.

How would you describe your style?

I could never decide on a particular style and so I like to mix them together. My interior hast o be individual and reflects my personality. That´s why it changes more often within a year. What always stays ist the natural aspect and color scheme. I love the contrast between nordic and other cultures.  I could never give up beautiful memorabilia, but I also love modern things.

What do you love most about your home?

That is in a constant change due to lifestyle changes, feelings and how my taste changes over time. As for objects, at the moment I love my desk, which I built out of an old door and left the original hinges on.

What would you like to change at home?

My kitchen! Definitely! A dream of mine is to have white kitchen fronts, but the manufacturer changed the hinges, so no chance until we can afford a completely new kitchen. I also thought about having a new floor in the kitchen/dining and entry. Some kind of resin floor.

Favorite candle/scent?

Snö by Scandinavisk.

Visit This Warm, Natural Boho German Home For The Holidays
Visit This Warm, Natural Boho German Home For The Holidays

Favorite thing to do at home?

Being creative or just relaxing and cuddling with Liz (my dog).

Favorite meal to cook?

Lucky me, we all love pancakes!

What’s on your playlist? 

Darude, Sandstorm

Keane, Everybody’s Changing

AJR, Weak

Imagine Dragons, Demons

The Chainsmokers, Sick Boy

Visit This Warm, Natural Boho German Home For The Holidays
Visit This Warm, Natural Boho German Home For The Holidays
Visit This Warm, Natural Boho German Home For The Holidays
Visit This Warm, Natural Boho German Home For The Holidays
Visit This Warm, Natural Boho German Home For The Holidays

When you have people over, how does that usually play out?

Sometimes we cook, but sometimes we also order something. It depends on how spontaneous the invitation is. But we always talk and laugh a lot until the next day… And we always look shocked when someone tells us the time!

What is your dream piece for the home?

A white kitchen!

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

I like houses which are well designed and when the interior matches, but that isn’t really important to me while visiting someone. It’s ultimately the people that I’m there for!


Visit This Warm, Natural Boho German Home For The Holidays
Visit This Warm, Natural Boho German Home For The Holidays

Fresh flowers or a plant?

Both! I love fresh flowers for the weekend, but I also love my cactus gang in the bathroom and upstairs on the windowsill.

Red wine or white?

Neither! I don´t drink any alcohol. I’ve tried so many times and so many different things, but I don’t like the taste. I drink my Pina Colada without alcohol!

Chocolate or vanilla?

Vanilla

Favorite city to shop and why?

I have BIG Amsterdam LOVE! They have the BEST interior shops for my style! love the Dutch way of life and the decor of their homes.

Your favorite Instagram accounts are…

That is very difficult for me, because I could list at least a hundred accounts which I adore and they all have so many different styles. If I had more than one house, each of them would have a different style.

But okay, here we go:

@tatjanas_world_  - I love the mix of rustic elements with bohemian accessories.

@skovbon - Kirsten’s style is black and white, a gorgeous mix of modern Boho and Nordic.

@anitaeedelbloedt - I would change houses with her immediately.

@tthese_beautiful_thingss - If I were a child I would like to live in one of Viktoria’s kidrooms!

@kimklassen  - Pure inspiration!

 Thank you so much for visiting us today, Monika and happy holidays to you and your family! It was so nice to peek inside of your home and your mind! :)

Love,

Holly

(Photography: Monika Abts)

A Lovely Scandinavian Bohemian Home

It’s Christmas, and I want to wish all of you a happy, restful holiday time with your loved ones. We are enjoying peace and quiet today, and basking in doing a lot of nothing! Playing board games and cards, watching films and eating warm soup and homemade pretzels are part of our festivities. I want to welcome you today with a big hug, in case you are online for a moment, to see the beautiful corners of Anna Kvarnström’s Scandi-Boho home in Örebro, Sweden. I found it so charming and serene that I had to ask her to share it with all of us on decor8. Would you like to chill with me for a moment and see how lovely she makes her space, and after the photos, read about some of her favorite things?

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I found so many fantastic ideas for styling here and I particularly I like seeing the Rilona Amaryllis (which seems to be a big “trend” flower for Christmas at the moment in Denmark and Sweden, have you noticed on Instagram?), pampus grass (still trending), a small fir tree on a table… And dried flowers… It’s all so cozy and natural but most of all, approachable and something we all could both afford and have. When I see this home I instantly think of how easy she makes putting together neutral objects, though in fact, it’s not that easy at all!

Anna Kvarnström's Swedish Home
Anna Kvarnström's Swedish Home
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Anna Kvarnström's Swedish Home

There is the lovely Anna, who owns her 160 m2 home and in addition to obviously being a talented decorator, blogger and stylist, is also a professional marketing consultant and photographer and runs the creative studio, Concept By Anna. If you want to find her on Instagram, she is over at @conceptbyAnna.

Anna Kvarnström's Swedish Home
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Anna Kvarnström's Swedish Home
Anna Kvarnström's Swedish Home
Anna Kvarnström's Swedish Home
Anna Kvarnström's Swedish Home
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Anna Kvarnström's Swedish Home
Anna Kvarnström's Swedish Home
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Anna Kvarnström's Swedish Home

I asked Anna a few questions about her life and favorite things, here are her replies:

How would you describe your style?

A Scandinavian style with a bohemian touch.

What does home mean to you, Anna?

Home means almost everything to me. It's important to have a home that I enjoy. I love being at home, having friends over for dinner or just relaxing with my family.

What do you love about your house?

I love the that our house have such big rooms, high ceilings and that the house is old and charming.

What would you change about it?

Our two bathrooms!

What are your favorite scents for the home?

I have several favorites, Tine K´s Fig scent, Love Warriors Chocolate scent and ERNST ”Tid till ingenting”

What are your favorite things to do at home?

I’m a very creative person I love sitting with my children around our big table and do some painting. Baking is another thing that I love doing at home. I enjoy our fireplace and att good bok and I love having friends over for dinner.

And what’s your favorite meal to cook?

Anything that has to do with pasta!

When you have people over, how does that usually play out?

We love cooking when we having friends over for dinner I also like to do a nice table setting, fresh flowers and all that.

What’s on your playlist right now?

Daya - Safe

Ruin My Life - Zara Larsson

Let you Love me - Rita Ora

Starfish - Rhys feat. Felix Sandman

Flames -David Guetta/Sia

Your dream piece/s for your home are…

New chairs to our dining table, the ”In between chair” from &Tradition.

What is your favorite shopping city and why?

London! I Love that city with all the beautiful buildings and old houses. I want an experience when I shopping, so the environment is very important!

And finally dear Anna, what are your current 5 Favorite Instagram accounts that we should check out too?

@babes_in_boyland

@emmalemholt

@margauxdietz

@diadonna

@krickelin

Thank you so much Anna, and happy holidays to you, your family, and my wonderful decor8 readers!

Love,

Holly

(Photos/Styling: Anna Kvarnström)

Tour a Minimalist Scandinavian Winter White Home

I love an all white and black home, it shows such restraint to not use a lot of color and pattern. I’m always so amazed that people can live in a monochrome home - so much respect! That is why today, before Christmas and the explosion of red and green, I wanted to show you a minimalist Swedish home that you will absolutely love. It’s a new home, built in 2016, in Aneby, Sweden.

Tour a Minimalist Scandinavian Winter White Home

Aneby is a small village in the south of Sweden and this home is owned by Anette Nilsson (known as @whitelivingetc on Instagram) and her husband. It’s 350 m2, and includes the office of their company. She has three children, but they are grown and moved out many years ago - so this lovely space is occupied only by two, and her pets as well.

Tour a Minimalist Scandinavian Winter White Home

To Anette, home is a calming place where you can relax and socialize with friends and family. She loves her living room most for this reason.

Tour a Minimalist Scandinavian Winter White Home
Tour a Minimalist Scandinavian Winter White Home
Tour a Minimalist Scandinavian Winter White Home

She really enjoys her kitchen too because cooking is a real passion, especially making meals for her friends and family.

Tour a Minimalist Scandinavian Winter White Home
Tour a Minimalist Scandinavian Winter White Home

When she’s not whipping up something delicious in the kitchen, she’s enjoying her home - styling, decorating, taking photos for her Instagram and of course other hobbies too. Relaxation is also a big love for Anette, just like the rest of us, and her relaxation ritual usually involves a glass of wine, listening to some classical music and burning her favorite candle, Fig by Tine K Home. Or bathing…

Tour a Minimalist Scandinavian Winter White Home
Tour a Minimalist Scandinavian Winter White Home
Tour a Minimalist Scandinavian Winter White Home



Tour a Minimalist Scandinavian Winter White Home
Tour a Minimalist Scandinavian Winter White Home

When she’s out and about, she loves to go shopping in cities like Copenhagen, Stockholm and Gothenburg. Anette has a beautiful home, I’m so inspired by her Minimalist Scandinavian style!

Anette can be found on Instagram @whitelivingetc and her favorite Instagrammers at the moment are: @elisabeth_heier / @vittvittvitt / @saramedinalind / @saarmanche / and @mija_mija.

Who inspires you on Instagram?

And what about Anette’s home do you like most?

Thank you Anette for joining us today on decor8 with your lovely home and happy holidays to you!

Love,

Holly

(Photos and Styling: Anette Nilsson)

7 Favorite Things For Christmas From Martha Stewart (+ 3 Cookie Recipes!)

Around the holidays, I used to love when my mother sang, “Cream colored ponies and crisp apple strudels, doorbells and sleigh bells and schnitzel with noodles, wild geese fly with the moon on their wings, these are a few of my favorite things,” from the Sound of Music. It was always such a comforting and loving song to hear as a young girl. Do you have a favorite holiday song, too?

Each year around this time, I’m thinking a lot about my favorite things, especially family and friends - the people I love, the wish lists and the many hopes we each have of getting something new to cherish from someone we care about.

For my second and final post about The Martha Stewart Collection created for Macy’s, I’m sharing a few of my favorite things from her holiday collection around the theme of EATING. If you remember from Friday, my first post from the collection centered around SLEEP. Now that you’re awake, it’s time to eat, so below are 7 things for mostly the kitchen, and yes the wreath again because the second one I have is on the door and I wanted to show you how it looks, and - the bonus - 3 cookie recipes from Martha!

Favorite Things From The Martha Stewart Collection created for Macy's

Here are my “things” but do allow me to geek out a bit, because details make me deliriously geeky when they are done right. BUT I honestly can’t stop looking at my new cast iron dutch oven (below) in raised letters “MARTHA STEWART” on the lid, I mean, no one in Germany has that on their stove this holiday season but me (and maybe you too if you order from Macy’s, they ship overseas now). I wish I had ordered more, because I know at least a few of my foodie girlfriends over here are going to want one too.

Favorite Things From The Martha Stewart Collection created for Macy's
Favorite Things From The Martha Stewart Collection created for Macy's
Favorite Things From The Martha Stewart Collection created for Macy's
7 Favorite Things For Christmas From Martha Stewart (+ Cookie Recipes!)
Favorite Things From The Martha Stewart Collection created for Macy's
Favorite Things From The Martha Stewart Collection created for Macy's

These are my 7 favorite things from The Martha Stewart Collection created for Macy’s BUT they are selling out quickly so you better watch out, you better not cry, you better click fast, I’m telling you why….

1/ 24" Lightly Frosted Wreath with Mercury Glass Balls

2/ Tree Bowl

3/ Grey Plaid 2-Qt. Enamel Cast Iron Dutch Oven - also available in red in two sizes

4/ Stainless steel bottle/thermos (we are taking ours over the weekend to the mountains for a snowy hike, and filling it with hot cocoa!)

5/ Tree s+p shakers (Update: Sorry they just sold out).

6/ Cookie cutters and tray (Update: Sorry, they also just sold out.)

7/ Martha Stewart Tea Kettle

Now, how about 3 lovely Christmas Cookie recipes from MarthaStewart.com? You can view more on her website HERE. I found these, and I’m definitely baking the gingerbread this weekend with my little boy + friends. Nom Nom Nom.

I hope that you have lovely plans lined up for the holidays. What will you do? My last day of work for this year will be this Thursday, then I’m off until 2 January. BUT, I have good news for you… I have home tours lined up from tomorrow until the first week of January, so I’ve scheduled them to all run while I’m away… If you want to see what I’m up to over the holidays, I’ll definitely be posting on my Instagram and Instagram Stories (@decor8), so please stay in touch with me there.

I’ll be back tomorrow with a gorgeous home tour - TO DIE FOR - stay tuned friends!

Love,

Holly

(WERBUNG/AD: This post was sponsored by Martha Stewart and The Martha Stewart Collection created for Macy’s. All thoughts, words, photos, styling and product selection is my own, and none of these products were selected for me or recommended. That you for supporting my site by reading and sharing my posts on your social media, it’s because of you and my occasional sponsors that I can keep decor8 up and running for nearly 13 years!)

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My Holiday Bedding from The Martha Stewart Collection created for Macy's

I was so happy when Martha Stewart called! Well, ok she didn’t call, but her people did, and they asked me to create two posts to share some of my favorite things from The Martha Stewart Collection, created for Macy’s for Christmas. Best of all, they gave me so many options that I spent about half a day making my choice for themes and products and I decided on two core themes: Eating and Sleeping. That about sums up the week between Christmas and New Year’s Eve for most of us, right?!?

This is my first post decided to Sleeping but with a twist, a Christmas-y bedroom that doesn’t scream Christmas, but instead is festive enough for now. When I shop, I always look for things that I can keep and enjoy so in January, I can keep everything on my bed except for the little hats pillow and the wreath above the bed, and then I have a look that is understated and clean. I can even fold back the quilt so you only see the stripes, and replace the shams with clean white ones, and create a wreath from fresh eucalyptus over my bed for January and pack this one from Martha away until next year.

My Holiday Bedding from The Martha Stewart Collection created for Macy's

Here is my bedding from The Martha Stewart Collection, created for Macy’s. It’s only available for a very limited time, and the sales on these products right now are extremely good, so if you really want to buy something that you see then do it NOW because once it sells out, that’s it! You can also shop these things (and more!) at Macy’s store nearest to you.

My Holiday Bedding from The Martha Stewart Collection created for Macy's

AND if you don’t live in North America, Macy’s ships overseas. I got my order within a week, and I’m in Germany! I also appreciated that their was no tax nightmare, things came directly to my door without a trip to the tax office to pick it up. love how Macy’s ships here now, it gives me a chance to have some more typical “American” things in my home that I don’t have access to but have missed.

So now I have a funny little story to tell you about a small robber in my home. He appeared during my mini home photoshoot today. Do you know who it could be?

Why yes, it was my little boy, who turns 5 in only two months (!!!). He came in while I was taking photos and jumped on the bed (such great timing and so much fun some days to work from home, NOT, #momlife) and he quickly grabbed the pillow with the little hats and ran off! The pillow thief! I called out to him, “Where did you take the pillow, Schatzie?”, and he replied, “You aren’t getting it back, I like it!’. So look carefully at the pillow on my bed below because it’s the last time anyone will see it there.

It’s on HIS bed now. #$%*&!

My Holiday Bedding from The Martha Stewart Collection created for Macy's
My Holiday Bedding from The Martha Stewart Collection created for Macy's
My Holiday Bedding from The Martha Stewart Collection created for Macy's

I actually really like it on his bed though AND I really like my room with only the faux fur pillow, it’s more me. Both pillows are cute, but my little boy likes nice things in his room so I can’t say no if he swipes my decor stuff. AND I do like my bed the “new” way below, too. I guess we both win.

What do you think? Do you like the bed with or without the hat cushion? Here it is without, below:

My Holiday Bedding from The Martha Stewart Collection created for Macy's
My Holiday Bedding from The Martha Stewart Collection created for Macy's
My Holiday Bedding from The Martha Stewart Collection created for Macy's

Now it’s time to SHOP THIS LOOK: (but do it NOW because everything is on a super special offer at the moment and once it sells out, that’s it!)

24" Lightly Frosted Wreath with Mercury Glass Balls

Holiday Decorative Pillow with hats

Box Plaid Reversible Yarn-Dyed King Quilt

Windowpane Reversible 50" x 60" Classic Sherpa Throw (available in grey or red)

Faux Mongolian Fur 20" Square Decorative Pillow (available in silver or ivory. Please note ivory is really pure white and looks great, for faux fur it looks and feels real and its very soft and cozy, and the fur is on both sides which I love.)

To see what else Martha Stewart has for bedding, you can view her entire collection HERE.

My Holiday Bedding from The Martha Stewart Collection created for Macy's
My Holiday Bedding from The Martha Stewart Collection created for Macy's

I hope that you enjoyed my first post for Martha Stewart: SLEEPING! Next will be EATING and I’ll show you what I have to share with you next week on Monday.

Have a lovely weekend, more home tours will be on the site Monday. I have 12 more home tours schedule for December, so stay tuned for almost a tour-a-day until New Year’s Eve!

Love,

Holly

(This post was sponsored by Martha Stewart and The Martha Stewart Collection created for Macy’s. All thoughts, words, photos, styling and product selection is my own, and none of these products were selected for me or recommended. That you for supporting my site by reading and sharing my posts on your social media, it’s because of you and my occasional sponsors that I can keep decor8 up and running for nearly 13 years!)


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Tour the Hygge Home of Swantje Hinrichsen

Are you ready for another home tour, as part of the new #mydecor8 series? Remember, if you want your home featured on decor8, tag your favorite rooms with #mydecor8 on Instagram so I can see them and maybe you’ll be next here with your own home story and interview. I’d love to welcome you to my blog!

Today is very special because I asked Swantje Hinrichsen (@swantjeundfrieda on Instagram), someone with a lovely style that I adore, to share her home with us. Eeeeee!

Swantje is a freelance graphic designer, illustrator and interior stylist and her good taste certainly shows in her home. It’s cozy, warm, natural, open, soft tones, charming and definitely has a Scandinavian vibe. It’s so HYGGE! Swantje rents her 1920’s brick house in Münster, Germany, which is 145 m2, and lives there with her boyfriend.

When I look at her home, I see so many nice design pieces as well, some that I want to own. It was also nice to see the new Muuto Pebble rug in her living room - I have the same rug from Muuto in my dining room (mine is pale rose and hers is burnt orange) and it’s a big favorite of mine because it feels so good to walk on with socks, like a little foot massage, and it’s so understated but still very much a design element in the room.

In addition to Swantje’s home tour, I’ve ask her a series of questions to learn a bit more about her likes, dislikes and favorite things from music to Instagrammers. Ready to check out her space? Let’s go!

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What does home mean to you?

Home is where I can fill up my energy, where I can be myself, where my heart is. Since I am a highly sensitive person, my daily routine and work cost me a lot of energy. It happens really fast that my energy level slows down, especially in the evening. Being at home, surrounded by art, music, my interior space… gives back the energy that I need and recharges my batteries. I always say that my home is my filling station.

How would you describe your style?

Graphic, artsy, crafty with a cozy crisp Skandinavian touch. I love furniture and things with history, especially if it’s a second-hand piece or a has a history of good craftsmanship. 

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What do you love most about your home?

The old floor and the stairway (see above photo).

What would you like to change at home?

As much as I love the open floor plan on our first floor, I sometimes would like to have doors in our big kitchen-dining-livingroom area to have more of a cozy feeling in each room. Also, I’m not the biggest „Möbelrücker“ (someone who moves furniture around); when I’ve found a place for the furniture or a furniture for a place, it stays where it is. So in this way, there is nothing I would change concerning the furniture arrangement. But I love to change wall colors because this is an easy way to achieve a whole new atmosphere, especially when you paint all of the walls in a room - and I like to paint drawers and heater in the same color as the wall as well.

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Favorite thing to do at home?

Just be. In the moment. Relaxed. Aware. Happy.

Your dream piece for the home?

The Spanish Chair by Fredericia Furniture.

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

To feel comfortable.

When you have people over, how does that usually play out?

I keep it casual. Mostly we cook, just sit together and talk all night long.

Favorite meal to cook?

It’s mostly my boyfriend who cooks at home, but when I do, I love to make all kind of bowls. (Editor’s note: Bowls in Germany are a big trend at the moment, for breakfast they can be with yogurt, fresh fresh, nuts, seeds and for lunch or dinner, with a base of rice for instance and then toppings like veggies, tofu, chicken, etc. Generally, they are arranged in a very artful way, which makes them different from a normal bowl of yogurt with toppings or a stir fry).

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What is on your playlist?

Anemone by Slenderbodies

Slip Of The Tongue by Flora Cash

Seafarer by Tennis

Hold on by Alabama Shakes

Tennis Court by Lorde

Fresh flowers or a plant?

Both, but I always prefer just green or dried flowers instead of colorful ones.

Favorite candle/scent?

Skog by Skandinavisk, it smells like pine trees, which are my favorite ones!

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Red wine or white?

None. I don’t drink that much alcohol.

Chocolate or vanilla?

Definitely Chocolate.

Favorite city to shop and why?

Copenhagen, forever. I always feel so comfortable, inspired and welcomed in that beautiful city. 

Your favorite Instagram accounts?

@herz.und.blut - For that special dose of inspiration and the best content every single day.

@billie_and_i - I just love everything about Ulrikas style and photos. And the kids are the sweetest.

@annacate - I was following Catarina’s instagram for years and this year I got to know her in person: we immediately felt connected, she’s a very special friend.

@emmawallmen, @idalauga and @elinodnegard - My favorite interior stylists.

@presentandcorrect - For my daily dose of Graphic Design, stationary and color.

That’s already 7, I could name so many more!

Thank you so much Swantje for sharing your lovely home with us today on decor8. Happy Holidays!

Love,

Holly

(Photography + Styling: Swantje Hinrichsen)