I love the quaintness of the arrangement above. You get the sense that the Indian wall-hanging is a meaningful peice or heirloom, and the texture from its perfectly-imperfect wrinkled effect has a cosy feel that goes well with the cushions and simple bench.
This room caught my eye - love the sense of depth and warmth from wood and books. Not to mention the sheep-skin on the seat, and cute cushions.
Did you notice the 6 hanging globes?
Snuggly quilt with an inviting organic feel.
I can think of a certain man who would probably love a room like the one above - complete with hunting trophy of course. It is cosy, but also a little rugged. It makes me really want a little cabin to stay in during outdoorsy adventures.
I couldn't leave this Dala horse out. I'm not the horsey type, but I love these Dala horses. Partly for sentimental reasons as they remind me of my time in Sweden, and partly because they are painted in pretty Swedish patterns - my favourite kind!
Last but not least, this may be my favourite:
I had just been thinking earlier today about what a lot of space is wasted in our rooves. Imagine laying flooring, painting the roof and floor white and creating a usable room.