Hello there! Thank you for your patience, we’re back after bottling up as much sunshine as our EasyJet baggage allowance would permit – not much then! But still, nice to get a little boost and see my sister and nieces before the darkness sets in! While on the subject of darkness, the clocks went back on Saturday which means cosy season has just begun. Have they changed where you are too? This means two things: 1. Ramping up on candles and warm lighting to amp up the hygge and 2. Working on capturing as much daylight in the home as physically possible during waking hours. And it’s the latter which is the subject of today’s post!
Wiola’s sunroom doubles up as a place to relax, a guest bedroom under the stars and a home office. And her cats love it (of course!).
In the corner I spy a lemon tree, with a LOAD of lemons on it. I have become ever so slightly obsessed with my lemon tree lately (just ask my family). Yesterday I ceremoniously brought it indoors for the winter as the temperatures. Mine only has two lemons on it (which Per refers to as the most expensive lemons of all time due to the level of man hours and nutrition involved!). Do you own a citrus plant of some kind? If so, you might well understand what I’m talking about!
I have been a fan of this desk from IKEA for many years as it’s perfect for smaller, narrow spaces.
But more importantly, have I mentioned the floor yet? Soooo beautiful, don’t you think?
What a wonderful space to enjoy at this time of year! I can definitely imagine curling up here on a Sunday afternoon with a cup of tea and a book, how about you?
Not got the space for a sunroom? Join the club! No worries though, I find simply rearranging the furniture a little to ensure you have somewhere to sit by the window can work wonders at this time of year.
I have to say, it’s been such a long time since I featured a Dutch home. Here are a few other Dutch spaces to enjoy today:
Have a great start to the week!