I strongly believe that the devil is in the details so I like to pay attention to them. Harmony is important but what’s even more important is the feeling when you’re home, you can truly feel you’re at home, the best place ever. I made a small montage about the favorite details in our home, which all very personal and mean something to me and to us. Hope, you’ll like it.
The cushions on our sofa, the geometric one is from IKEA, the yellow is from Sainsbury’s. I love them both, but prefer to use the yellow one, because it’s more sturdy and gives a good support to the waist, while my hubby prefers the other one, so we switching them all the time. 🙂 This IKEA carpet is one of the best buys ever. Actually it’s our first geometric printed carpet, and the first one which has some colors, but we didn’t regret at all. Also it’s pretty thick, but easy to clean (which is a practical must :))
This is our guest chair, because we don’t use it otherwise, but it’s fine for decoration. I love every colored and buckled jar, I put little fairy lights or scented candles into them, which can bring up the mood all the time, especially winter when it’s more needed. And our IKEA replica of Gustav Klimt’s The Kiss. I love all the colors and details.
I also adore every succulent plant and stuffed animals. Sari, the sheep is an Eastern gift to ourselves and the little orangutan is souvenir from the Veszprem Zoo in Hungary. 🙂
IKEA catalog, hubby’s consoles and Mr Teufel (‘tejfol’ which has identical pronunciation means sour cream in Hungarian :)) from the Hungarian cult movie Cat City. Seriously this is one of the best and funny cartoon ever, we were growing up on it, and can be watched over and over again. And our own ‘Kitchen-garden’ project. We love plants and spices so win-win. 🙂
Some memory in a colorful frame by Sainsbury’s and a pin board because I like the good old way (however I adore Pinterest too :)).
Another stuffed animal and another character from a Hungarian cartoon. This is Lukrecia from the Frakk, the terror of cats with this something blue garter from our wedding. And my jewels and watches. This small leather tray was an old dream of mine and finally I could get one on a reasonable price.
A painting from Cork where we lived for months and another stuffed animals. 🙂 Yeah, call me childish, but I love these. I handle them like cushions. They give softness and playfulness to any room, not to mention that we buy those figures which we adore for some reasons. Anyway, Bastet (Egyptian goddess) is from the British Museum, and I have to buy it because I adore everything with cats and LOVE ancient Egyptian culture. The teddy is a souvenir from the Sherlock Holmes Museum and I got Pikachu a loooong ago, when the cartoon was a thing, not Pokemon Go. 🙂 It’s so cute, that you just have to cheer for it every time you see it. And fun fact, that it’s reversible to a Pokemon ball(?).
Another figure for Bastet on my nightstand with my favorite kind of houseplant ever. Seriously, I’m not as good with plants, as I wished to be, but this Zamia really doesn’t require much; it’s fine in the shadow and ask for some water once a week max. Perfect plan if you ask me. And the last stuffed animal I promise. This bat is from the Christmas Market in Budapest, it was so fun that I couldn’t leave it there and it’s perfect as a Halloween decoration. Not that I wouldn’t display it all the time, LOL. 🙂
And today is Friday again, which means the whole weekend is ahead of us! God, I love Fridays!