Mudcloth Pillows: Etsy Roundup

Mudcloth textiles is a trend that is going strong. Check out some pillow options from Etsy below.

1. from PillowCorner | 2. from RocailStudio | 3. from SanJunipero | 4. from MINImalist2015 | 5. from StitchedbyGraceNY | 6. from SanJunipero

For more about mucloth, take a look at Design Sponge's post: The History of Mud Cloth and Apartment Therapy's Mudcloth DIY. 

Luxe Neutral

architect: Whyte Lilja Arkitekter and Lomar Arkitekter | via Sotheby's 

Black, White and Beige

Check out more inspiration for the color palette at The Decorista.

Amazing wooden house in Sweden

Today, we're taking a little trip to Sweden. It's not surprising, as Swedish interiors have provided major inspiration to the monochromatic and minimalst design trends. I love when a home is beautiful on the outside as well as inside and especially when both facets compliment each other as this stunning project from Bornstein Lyckefors Architects does.

The house is split into three levels and this awesome staircase spans the middle of the home.

The home has two living areas. How could you decide?

The consistent diamond pattern on the exterior is fantastic.

Photos: Fastighetsbyran (real estate agency) | via Residence

11 Rooms With Swoon-worthy Statement Lighting

Lighting is an important element to any room but there are times where a room's lighting can take the space from great to amazing. Here are 11 rooms to illustrate just that.

photo: mike gauza

photo: sullivan design studio | via hgt

10 Minimalist Scandinavian Cabins

While not exactly in the spirit of summer, these cabins are beautiful. They also provide some great ideas of how to architecture can take advantage of the natural surroundings, no matter the season. 

Head over to Dwell to check read: A Look at 10 Minimalist Scandinavian Cabins

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Get the Look: Minimalist Beach House

Summer is here and nothing says summer more than the fresh and neutral palette of whites, rattan, and wood. The room above is a perfect example. White walls with vaulted ceilings, a sandy-colored floor, clean lines and lots of natural texture

If you love the look above and would like to recreate some of the beachy, but modern, look for yourself, click the links below to get shopping. 

1. rattan chair | 2. pendant light | 3. cross base terrarium | 4. tree stump side table | 5. wood block sofa | 6. teak cube table | 7. driftwood branch 
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