My latest interior looks for Seemble





As some of you might know, last year, I co-founded Seemble in collaboration with ELLE deco Belgium. On Seemble, you can find inspirational interior looks, which are fully shoppable and easy to replicate in your own home. Over the years I have been getting questions on a daily basis about where products used in the interiors I post here on the blog are from and I hope to offer a solution this way. Have a look at the latest interior looks below. All products are ready to be shipped in Belgium (shipping within Europe is possible as well, just send me a message and I will personally check out shipment options for you).

The first look is a colorful home office, with a beautiful white Boucle chair (which is my personal favorite from this look and it’s so comfortable as well), and lots of beautiful storage boxes for keeping your office space organized. We painted the wall in two different muted paint colors and decorated it with these two colorful fans that can easily transform your office into a happy place.

The second look is an ultra cozy hallway that looks inviting and combines natural materials with contrasting black metal on the wall table and velvet blue in the pouf. I personally love the basket set as well for storing away scarfs, gloves, and hats. 

The third look is a beautiful table setting in pastel colors, which is perfect for the spring and summer months. Both the cups and bowls come in an assorted set of four, which makes them perfect for combining different colors in one happy table setting.

The last look is one that you can easily try out in your own home as well. I for one love to rearrange my shelves at home and I like to find new ways of combining products together to update the look. I created three different ways to decorate a minimal black metal shelf, with different accessories: one in contrasting black and white, one with tints of geen and a last one in a natural color palette.



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