Maruyama House

Photo: Koji Sakai, via Contemporist

A Japanese wooden house, designed by Atelier Sano via emmas designblogg


Hygge House

Photo: Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen, via Dwell

You might have seen this before, but I still have to show you this house, via Emmas Designblogg. Designed by Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen, located outside Copenhagen.


Concrete floors

Photo: Jenny Brandt/Family Living

As I might have told you before we´re thinking about getting concrete floors in parts of our new house. It looks kind of nice, doesn´t it? The owners of this home of (a steal from emmas designblogg) "chose a basic, paired down style for the interiors, with a white base and concrete floors. The furniture are mostly vintage or built on site." I like it!


A designers home

Photo: Kristian S. Krogh/boligmagasinet.dk

You might tell that this is the home of a designer? It´s from boligmagasinet.dk and you can read more here Love the leather chairs!


Back to the 50´s

Photo: Stuart McIntyre/kmldesign.

Like the 50´s wibe in this Danish family home from kmldesign. The outdoor area is worth this post alone... More here

And, oh, love the daybed - as you might know we have one in our cabin and we´re actually getting one in our new home too.


Estonian concrete

Photo: House of Pictures

Like the use of concrete in this Estonian house. It´s from House of Pictures, but don´t know much more about it. Update: "Nice coincidence. The house was just showcased in a finnish magazine "Avotakka". It is a house for and by Heiki Suve, a former architect. He drew the house to himself during five years.There's also a video of the house here: http://kodusaade.ee/vaata,348.html" Thanks Henri!

We´re probably starting building our dreamhouse this summer (working on the last details...) and we might end up with concrete floors in the 1th floor. Still not sure though.