On a lazy Sunday, what better than some family life and interior inspiration? Recently, through the Pirouette Blog we got to visit a true designer home, we would like to share with you.
The Norwegian designer Siv Tone Kverneland is living in Paris with her daughter Selma 10 years and Nathan and his two boys, Gabriel, 11 years and Gaspard, 7 years. She founded the brand Finger in the Nose inspired by her daughter Selma.
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We love the mix of monochrome and colourful, high street and high end design – side by side, antiques and vintage furniture and decor, together with treasures from far away places previously visited, throughout the house. A proper family home, with tranquile outdoor space, large table where there’s room for family meals, random individual spaces where you can think or read a book, and large family sitting groups for conversations and laughter.
These images is curtsey of The Socialite Family, a blog observing interior design through the eyes of a family, whether in Paris, New York or anywhere else in the world, with a focus on inspirational, contemporary, urban families. Cuarted by Constance Gennari. We highly recommend you to pop over there to see
more photos from this eclectic and inspirational family home – thesocialitefamily.com