The dip dye trend reminds us of the DIY t-shirts that we made in the late ’80’s. Back then, we certainly did not have the patience and approach (not to mention style) that we have developed over the years to make a piece of cloth dipped in a big bowl of paint look good.
Recently we came across this trend again and decided to give it another try. This time not on our old white tee but on the curtains in the boys room. We thought they could use a funked up version to add a bit of boho to their overall crisp Scandi room.
Although our style has hopefully changed, the method of dip dye has not. It’s easy but does require the right materials.
We always love peeking into someones home. Especially when it’s an exclusive one like this.
Eight years ago, Bea Kroeze moved into a this house which was built in 1911. The interior was totally rebuilt using white for the floors and walls to make it light and clean. Color was later brought in with the furniture, accessories and toys.
Bea gets her inspiration from traveling, interior magazines, blogs, Pinterest and Instagram, where we ‘met’ her. And this beautiful double room of her son, with French doors to a balcony, so playful and light, it’s too good not to share.
Sometimes we have something in our mind and we can’t find it anywhere. A subtle nightstand, storage options in a certain color or an affordable solution to fine tune your kidsroom.
At moments like these, our DIY desire kicks in and we start to browse.
Does any of you have some good new years resolutions?
Our list is all about eat cleaner, sleep earlier, spend more time with the kids and our friends. It is very similar to resolutions of last year so we better get on it!
For our home we also have some resolutions since there is still a list of unfinished projects, corners with unattended clutter and spaces that can use some undivided attention.