Today’s portrait session was in the new home of an Interior Designer.
The house is not finished yet so we had to move a few boxes around to carve ourselves a little corner for the photoshoot but it was good fun. I will share some pictures with you once it’s finished. Until then, you can view some on Instagram stories if you’re quick enough ;-)
I loved the wooden ceiling, the concrete floor and this perfect little corner filled with natural light had two of my favourite chairs: the Panton chair by Vitra and the Eero Saarinen Tulip chair by Knoll.
If you haven’t seen them yet, I have created a Facebook page for my Portrait Photography (click here to follow it) and a new Instagram account: Karine Kong Photography.
If anyone is interested in doing a portrait session with me, I will be in London the first week of April so leave a comment or send me a message xoxo.
Hello everyone! If you’ve been a reader of my blog for a while, you know that white interiors is my first love so today, I’m taking inspiration from this beautiful white apartment with lovely natural accents.
I love how lived-in and cosy it feels. It’s not a big place but it is a beautiful space don’t you think?
Plywood kitchens are a favourite of mine after white kitchens and the kitchen I’m featuring today, has the added value of having a few styling tips you may want to bookmark for future references.
Most the plywood furniture here, is custom-made.
I really love the discreet kitchen hood and the stand-alone kitchen which somehow, reminds me of Atelier September in Copenhagen. Add a few bistro chairs, a nice table in a light, natural wood to match the colour of the plywood, white walls to bounce back the light and you end up with a very soothing and peaceful space.
Last week, I featured two shots from this Dutch home photographed by Sonja Velda, first in my post about these four beautiful white kitchens with concrete floor and then this amazing sliding door in my DETAILS series.
I thought the house was so beautiful that it was worth showing you the rest of it.
I have also found out since then, that the vintage patchwork on the sliding door was a wallpaper by Studio Onszelf which made my day as this will be a lot easier to use!
So without further ado, let me show the rest of this fabulous, family home.