Velvet cushions in shades of blue on 50s couch

Velvet cushions in shades of blue on 50s couch

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Photographer: © living4media / Chiaratti, Ilaria Portrait
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Print size: approx. 19.69 × 29.53 inch at 300 dpi
ideal for prints up to Ledger (11” × 17”)

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Bright, open-plan interior in Scandinavian style Fiddle leaf fig next to gallery of pictures on picture ledges Retro couch next to fiddle leaf fig and gallery of pictures on picture ledges Living room in earthy shades in Scandinavian style L-shaped kitchen with kitchen counter used as partition Cantilever chair and old desk against pink wall Swiss cheese plan on retro display cabinet against dusky-pink wall Various decorative wall plates in kitchen Velvet cushions in shades of blue on 50s couch Bowls in earthy shades next to carafe of water, cucumber and mint


1950s Blogger Blue Blues Cache-pot Chaise Longue Chaiselongue Chaise-Longue Couch Cushion day bed design Earth Colours Equipment Furniture Gray Grayish Grey Greyish Image Indoor inside Inside interior Interior Interior decoration Interior Decoration Interiordesign Lounger Natural Natural shades No one Nobody Painted Wall Picture Pillow Plain Plant Retro Series Shades Of Blue Simple Slow living Slow Living Sofa Timber Floor Velvet Vintage Wall Paint Wood Wooden Floor Year

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Making a House a Home

12482749 | © living4media / Chiaratti, Ilaria | 45 images

A family of five move into a newly built Dutch home

Astrid, her husband Niels, and their three sons moved into their newly built home in 2006. At first, Astrid struggled with her new home. She had always fallen in love with the character of old homes but here, she had relied heavily on her own personal style to make the space shine. Finally, her house became a home and represents her family’s style.
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