This is one of the first images I saw, in the endless decór inspiration universe that is the internet, of baskets on the wall. It took me a while to find the original source, it’s a photograph by Tjitske van Leeuwen for vtwonen. I was delighted with the explosion of colors (these baskets were made by women in Egyptian villages), in this simple and beautiful setting.
Then I began to notice more and more of these basket walls. Here are some of the most interesting images I found:
Neutral and bright décor, with baskets on the bedroom wall.
A Maison Hand project, via Desire to Inspire.
The African geometric baskets are just a few of many charming details of this colorful and vibrant dining room. Via Old Brand New.
Clear baskets make an interesting contrast in darker walls. These are all vintage, from Simplychi.
Identical baskets in different sizes. These are from Madam Stoltz‘s catalog.
A delicious mix of colors and textures in the photographer Carley Summers‘ old place. Via instagram.
What do you guys think about basket gallery walls?
Do you like a more nature-inspired decór?
Sally Boyle is an english girl living in Sydney who loves to cook and share her mouthwatering recipes on a blog full of beautiful pictures. What more can we ask? I’m delighted. ♥
So many elements that I love in this beautiful and elegant kitchen, but what strikes me the most is the clean, neutral palette. Definitelly less is more. The project design is by Compass & Rose.
• Do you miss colors or enjoy a bright white kitchen? •
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Compass & Rose website & instagram.
via Inside Out.