S veseljem ću vam danas pokazati renovaciju kuće stare više od 100 godina u jednom malom gradiću u Njemačkoj. Ovo su teme koje mene toliko zanimaju i koje redovito pratim. Na prvu su me privukle fotografije preuređenja kupaonice. Toliko je uzbudljivo stvarati nove interijere. Miris novog stana, namještaja, osjećaj poda pod prstima. Sjećam se tog osjećaja kada sam prvo jutro šetala kroz naš novi stan. I da mogu, ponovila bih taj osjećaj još toliko puta.
Postavila sam nekoliko pitanja Sabrini koja je autorica bloga Maison Pour Cinq i evo odgovora:
Our house is in a very small town in Germany. The city is called „Marl“.
We are five people. Me, my husband Ouissem, our three kids Vincent Vega (15), Mila Anouk (3) and our youngest Jonah Nael (1).
Our house is over a hundred years old and has never been modernized. It didn’t even have a heater, but coal stoves. We renovated it. Heating pipes, water pipes, electrics. We had to raise ceilings and make breakthroughs.
We still have a lot of construction sites ahead of us. We do 80% of the work ourselves.
I got my inspiration from everywhere. Instagram, Blogs, Pinterest. My favorite print magazines are @couch_magazin and @boligmagasinetdk . I have to admit that I really like danish interiors and I copy some of them unintentionally. But actually I try to use my individual taste. A lot of our furniture is used and I never really looked for it, they found us. My feeling knows what fits into our house. Sometimes I don’t even think it’s beautiful at first, but I know it fits in a room or corner and makes us a good feeling. I’ve learned that not everything I find beautiful fits in this little house. It was a sad process sometimes. But now we love the finished rooms.
Kada sam prvi puta naišla na blog, pomislila sam da je Dankinja. Ovo je baš stil koji jako volim.
Sabrinu možete pratiti na Instagramu.