Home

House Tour: A Joyous House in Norway

March 9, 2017

It will not take long searching through the pictures of the house to understand the woman has an astonishing eye for decoration of Jeanette Lund. No question: With years spent training and training graphic-design, she’s perfected the skill of the structure. She recently made a decision to leave her full time occupation in the industry and, in her words, “follow [her] instinct and innovative heart.” That meant concentrating rather FRYD + LAYOUT, on her well-known website and Emagazine byFRYD as an alternative. The Norwegian term “fryd” means “happiness.” Much like the joyful bungalow Lunde shares along with her household appears to effortlessly include the opinion at the same time, her function.

Jeanette Lunde

Lunde lives in in the south of Norway with her partner Geir and daughters Alma and Mathea. She adores using white because “that way all my blooms as well as other colour dashes get noticed in the most harmonious and vibrant manner.” So accurate!

Jeanette Lunde

A print from artist Camilla Engman is nestled in amongst components and classic pieces.

Jeanette Lunde

The doors off the living area open out to garden and the patio, which makes it great and ethereal during the warm months.

A combination of seats across the table sense pulled-together when completed in an identical color of white.

Jeanette Lunde

In the event you have been chewing over white floorings, Jeanette claims to “Go for this!” Hers are in the sun it is difficult to tell, although really light grey.

Jeanette Lunde

“We’ve wood floors therefore it gets lumps and scores, but I presume it increases the appeal. The white floorings are not any more difficult to keep clear — although I never attempted anything else — and it really brightens up the chamber.”

Jeanette Lunde

The living area is the favored in your house of Jeanette. “It is where we consume, do homework, play games or have profound conversations over a glass of wine.”

An open ledge under the table provides an excellent spot to stash said assignments when it is time to time to consume.

Jeanette Lunde

It is also where your family spends nearly all their of their own time, thanks in no little part to comfy it is made by the hearth when a total fire’s heading.

As an alternative to prescribing into a specific fashion, Lunde favors more of a mix. “I adore old furniture with background and soul combined together with new,” she claims.

Jeanette Lunde

A wood-burning stove is a must have throughout chilly winters that are Norwegian.

The kitchen is now under restoration, but anticipate pictures of the completed space on Jeanette’s website in the months in the future. Until then, hereis somewhat corner of space pre-reno.

Jeanette Lunde

The very top of the bungalow houses the home-office of Jeanette. Cosmetic paper is kept in a wood crate. The classic-type radio is from Tivoli.

Jeanette Lunde

Glass jars and keep the desk structured and classic wooden cartons carry her equipment.

Jeanette Lunde

The wall is decorated by a botanic print in the entry to the the bed room.

Jeanette Lunde

Garland spells out “FRED,” which translates approximately to “peaceful and serene” — fitting for the learn master suite.

Jeanette h AS an excellent manner of combining classic pieces along with her modern -stuffed room. To get the same appearance, she advocates implementing paint where required to develop a palette that is cohesive and freely going effortless on the comparing wood tones.

Jeanette Lunde

Daughter Alma’s nursery.

Jeanette Lunde

In maintaining her fashion combination, Jeanette discovers many parts for the house at thrift shops and flea-markets. She strives to store local to to aid the crafters in her home town. She searches to IKEA for business and storage things.

Jeanette Lunde

The dear bunting was created by Lunde with wall-paper refuse in the room of daughter Alma. You can also use paste and cord for the identical effect, although hers ran through the sewing-machine to string them together.

Jeanette Lunde

Classic cloth becomes wall artwork stapled over a sailcloth form and when elongated.

Jeanette Lunde

Are not the pictures dreamy of Jeanette? Her secret will be to simply use sun light light, although she h AS an organic present for composing pictures, clearly. In these white- rooms throughout the spot bounces and makes every-thing seem light and airy.

Jeanette Lunde

A classic wood headboard has an heirloom hint to the chamber of Mathea.

Jeanette Lunde

Thank you for sharing your property with us

Mo-Re Houzz Excursions:
Making Circulation to get a Household Flat
Do-It-Yourself Glitz and Glamor in Sweden
Lifestyle in the Classic Renewal Loft