Hiding is difficult with a house full of people everywhere in every room. Lucky that we have terrific weather that much time is spent outdoors. It’s a bit too hot right now, around 40 degrees. My in-laws have unpacked & are now installed with the stuff that’s needed around them. They’re spending most of their time at the pool, no matter how hot it is. Crazy Swedes, sitting in direct sunlight in this heat:)
My lovely friend from Adelaide arrived the day after for a visit which was nice with time well spent, it just went too quickly. My days now on are occupied with early breakfast’s, coffee, then a second breakfast, coffee again, then lunch, coffee in the afternoon…well you get the picture. Later, around midnight, is when next visit arrives – this time it’s my sister in law whom we haven’t seen in quite a while. It’s indescribable how incredibly pleasant it is, having the loved ones around you. It’s truly the height of happiness. What can be more essential in this world.
I’m blogging about dividers today, perhaps because it feels relevant with the house full of people right now. It’s a good way to solve privacy, to bring order for each one & to keep surfaces neat & tidy. Above all, you can hide the worst mess temporarily.
Thin brown transparent curtains surrounding the white bed / Remodelista
Nice to have some privacy when taking a bath / Google.com
What a nice way to create a hide away behind lovely clothes / From moon to moon
Stylish solution to keep the hallway in one place but still transparent with the glass door between / Femina dk
A big bedroom & plenty of space for a canopy above the bed / Inspiring interiors
It’s easy to separate the light by a pleasant room divider / Nice room
Sliding doors to the pantry, makes the room more exciting / Inspired bohemia
A half wall is not a bas solution sometimes / My white room
A wall of glass, divides the room, to create a working atmosphere but still part of the joint unit / IKEA
A common solution with the shower curtain but the ceiling height, strengthens the sense of two rooms in the room / Home & garden
A relatively small room, but with thin white curtains on the side of the bed gives a sense of space & airiness / IKEA
Bright yellow door to separate the bath room from the bed room / House to home
A large white curtain as a room divider / Pinterest
Another solution with a cloth drapery to cover the small storage area / Skona hem
A hat is still the best to shut out the sun / The pursuit aesthetic
Again, thin white curtains that create some privacy in the large room / Stadshem
Old classical room divider, removable, flexible & a good way to create character/ unknown
Take care / Marie
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