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Monthly interior design inspirations from June (plus some reflections)


As usual for Monthly Inspirations, I’m having a look at my Pinterest and my blog drafts to find out what I’ve missed these months…
here some images, starting from some inspirational interior images for I’d like to live here:


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1. A lovely reading corner via 2. Total white house with a minimalistic dark-wood kitchen, photo Heidi Lerkenfeldt via  3. Love the space of this living and the exposed beams, photo Hannah Lemholt for Elle Decoration UK via 4. I want this king-size white bed….! via
5. A lovely wall decor from Kestrel shot by Tim Robison in green mood via
Wasn’t this one the month of green & jungle interior mood?
Here an amazing images in a soft gradient of green palette I had a crush with…
Even if July will be the month of colours and summer interior palettes!
(yes, finally it’s summer 😉
Love these photos from lovedesignfest and trendenser
Wouldn’t you like to work in a green space like this one from?
And what about living in this original interior from japanese designer I’ve discovered in april&may blog?
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Some original finds from this June:
1. A green pendant decor via elle decor from GROW london fair
2. a Londoner print with green mood (couldn’t be different??), via
3. Love this Gradient coffee table, by Eli Chissick
4. A new nerdy friend?No, it’s a famous model from
The quote of the month, this time it is from a wall and it’s a question!
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And a little nostalgic barking goodbay,
waiting for REAL summer holidays!
(via– I wasn’t able to find the correct source and image, but it’s just too cute I had to post it!)
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