Sep 252014
 

White Lofty Apartment

I had a bit of a eureka moment recently, when looking around our flat and trying to put my finger on what exactly it is still missing. There’s nothing else we need, so why doesn’t it look finished? Plants. In our haste to buy coffee tables, lighting, bedding and art we’d sort of forgotten that house plants even existed.

Once we added a couple, we were astonished by the difference a little greenery made. Whether you live in a bright, airy, Scandinavian apartment, like this one, or a slightly dark basement flat in Brixton (like me) they change the environment a lot more than you think. When I saw this lovely home on My Scandinavian Home it reminded me that I still need to pick up some more, so I thought I’d also share it here.

White Lofty Apartment

White Lofty Apartment

White Lofty Apartment

White Wooden Stairs

I don’t think I could live here without kicking that plant pot down the stairs, mind you. It’s a bit of a hazard.

White Lofty Apartment

White Lofty Apartment

// Images courtesy of Stadshem via My Scandinavian Home.

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