June is gone already! But thankfully lockdown seems to be nearing it’s end! So many things to look forward to in the next month. But a quick look back to the post pins of June. I think this is the first time that all the pins are interior focused! Starting the June Pinterest 2020 favs…
A moody grey bedroom with varying textures adds a cool and modern aesthetic to the interior. The headboard doubles are storage as well, handy if you have limited bedroom space.
It’s all about the curves in furniture recently! This design has a double curved sofa which totally transforms the style of the living room and how you’d interact with your guests. Something totally different from the normal living room.
A big talking piece for sure!
An elegant bathroom using neutral cool colours and brass accents that has opted for a wet room design. It’s simple and functional and is exactly how a wet room should be.
Wallpapers have become so popular in interiors but I love the way this wall covering has been applied. Having two doors punching through the wall hasn’t interrupted the design at all.
It makes it that much more interesting!
There are so many patterns and colour ways to consider when choosing terrazzo. With this colour and scale of pattern you might even consider this terrazzo a neutral.
A really different and unique example of colour blocking for your kitchen. I love how the colour defines the space and the areas, right from the back wall, to the lower cabinetry to giving the dining area a “rug”.
A minimal and sophisticated look for this built in breakfast nook. It’s amazing what a simply decorated wall can add to paired back space.
All black and big tiles and black countertops for this kitchen proving that black kitchens are the look at the moment. I love the olive green, warm wood and the brass touches that stand out.
The heavy framed structure of the kitchen is softened by the colourful and vibrant teal green kitchen that pops from beyond the frame.
Maybe an open concept kitchen isn’t the way to go after all? Putting in these slim framed folding doors give you the option of closing off the kitchen when a full cook up is going on!
Using panelling to frame blocks of colour or wallpaper is a great way of applying drama and contrast to the room. I love this design!
I like the idea of combining rattan wall decor and lighting together for an uncluttered and defined look. Also loving the warm colour palette of the bedroom.
I love how these bright pink walls contrast with the wooden antique furniture pieces.
A gorgeous summer table scape! From the citrus tree in the back, to bamboo chairs matched with the deep green and the rattan light above. All from H&M Home.
A definite summer vibe, indoor or outdoors!
What are you favourite ideas from the June Pinterest 2020? Let me know in the comments below!