Moga Moga Store in Ubud, Bali.

Moga Moga a little store in Ubud was a real treat; from the decor to all the products you can find in here. I was fascinated by the yellow walls, the vintage furniture and the great homeware from different places in Indonesia. Some textiles are from Java and other islands in Indonesia, the designer-owner also designs her own jewelry and some clothing pieces for the store. This store showcases the island culture and most common houseware with a twist. It is very colorful and happy like the balinese people. A mix of kitsch and vintage, simple yet very sophisticated. Hope you like it. If you happen to go to Ubud, Moga Moga is located at JlRaya Ubud, Campuhan, Ubud.

moga moga store, Ubud, Bali

moga moga store, Ubud

moga moga store, Ubud

moga moga store, Ubud

moga moga store, Ubud

moga moga store, Ubud

moga moga store, Ubud

moga moga store, Ubud

moga moga store, Ubud

moga moga store, Ubud

moga moga store, Ubud

moga moga store, Ubud

moga moga store, Ubud

moga moga store, Ubud

moga moga store, Ubud

moga moga store, Ubud

moga moga store, Ubud

moga moga store, Ubud

moga moga store, Ubud

moga moga store, Ubud

Photos Via: My G12 Canon.

RUM mag new interiors I love.

Everything about this space is perfect, the windows, the cement floors, the vintage chairs and the openness of the floor plan. It is a nice combination of industrial and vintage. I would not mind having a place like this, specially for those windows, aren’t they just amazing?

RUM magazine interiors

This bedroom is from a beautiful house in some place in Denmark. The bedspread is from Africa and the little side table adds a touch of Moroccan flair to the mix. The blanket by the fireplace with the geometric figures is a well known brand from Sweden called KLIPPAN. I love this room, specially that beautiful beige bedspread brought from Africa, God, I am going to go to Africa just for that reason!

Everything is beautifully quaint, elegant yet artistic and bold. It is spacious and light, which gives a bright and airy feel to the room. But how you use the space using your interior is the important thing; selecting the perfect furnishings to compliment the space is what makes a place unique and well thought over. Having a big window is a stunning asset to any room, but some people might worry it might not be safe. To protect their home, people install double-glazing to their windows, buy home insurance or draw the curtains when they go out, to prevent others looking inside After all, if you care about your home, it seems sensible to protect it.

RUM magazine interiors

White floors anyone?, I can’t get enough of these white floors, amazing for brightening a space and making it sooo neat! I love the combination of styles in this space;  African, French bistro, vintage, Nordic! all of them! great!!!!

RUM magazine interiors

This room above and the one below are very modern Nordic styles with mix in chairs raging from Ikea to Eames. When you mix good affordable Ikea with nice expensive Eames the results are quite impressive. Not every little single object in your home must cost a fortune to make it look hip and stylish.

RUM magazine interiors

I love white floors, (like you didn’t already know) but if I can get white wood ceilings even better. Check out this two simply perfect white rooms using a mix of old and new. I can spot a nice orange vintage fiberglass Eames combined with a very simple shelving unit in the back, perfect you see! Adding inexpensive elements to your room is not such a bad idea after all.

RUM magazine interiorsPhotos via: RUM

My Scandi experience

My Scandi experience

rum magazine interior

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rum mag

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rum magazine

I recently got back from my trip to Scandinavia, which if you are in search of inspiration, I would highly recommended. So this week I will be sharing some of my finds on design, food, and simply pleasure things. Hope you enjoy these pictures, the are from Rum magazine, amazing mag from Denmark, got it at København H, in my way to Sweden. Bring a smile on me and a little of nostalgia for beautiful Copenhagen.

Photos by RUM magazine

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