I’m not one to fawn over celebrities, but a chance to take a peak at a few celebrities’ most personal spaces, their bedrooms, is a good hook. Slather on a little feng shui shame, and, well, ... Just check it out for yourself
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On a forested cliff by Storfjorden in Western Norway, this summer house has been built in harmony with exisiting nature, without destroying any tree or rock.
Not to contradict what I said about white walls a couple of days ago, here’s a stark contrast that’s just as stunning and worth marveling. Besides the confident, unwavering use of absolute extremes in wall color, the common thread between this home and the whitewashed home shared on Monday is the use of warm (wood toned) neutrals to create balance and comfort. Check it out.
(Note: I do not condone the design of the second bathroom in the final photo. “WHY?!”)
Twenty years ago, I would tell people I couldn’t live between white walls—they would make me feel crazy. Now, I can’t get enough of them and will gladly spend hours comparing and debating the attributes of every shade of white.
Arrieta is the creator and blogger at Almafied.com, though fans of the laid back California cool vibe she has expertly curated may likely recognize her from her Instagram. Since moving in to her 2,300-square-foot home two years ago, she’s been tackling the renovation process gradually; and while, in her own words, there’s still work to be done (the exterior is the next project), a lot has changed in those two short years.