Green and pink accents are popping up everywhere this year – which makes me so happy, since it’s one of my favourite combinations – are you a fan too?  We’ve seen everything from the darkest green and emerald to sage green and soft grey-green combined with subtle powder and dusty rose hues. But the ‘deco pink‘ and pea green scheme in this house in Søgne, South Norway brings something new to the scene.

Bambi and Heels print by Julie Pike. 

The house was built in 2011-2012 and designed with large windows to capitalise on the stunning views over the Langeneskilen sea. Camilla, Henning and their son Storm moved in on Christmas Eve, 2012. “It really is wonderful to live so close to the sea,” Camilla tells me, “sometimes, when we’re having supper we can see fish jumping! Our son Storm is also very fond of the sea and loves to catch crabs and fish.”
Camilla is a big fan of retro furniture (teak being a favourite!), contemporary art, and Scandinavian design classics – and of course, colour. “I need lots of colour in my home, I don’t feel comfortable otherwise. My favourite hues are pink, turquoise and mint,” Camilla explains.
Contemporary Art by Anetmai
Interior designers often suggest adding an element of surprise to a room to really bring it to life and make it truly unique. In this room a beaded, flamingo door hanging does the trick (and looks great next to the retro storage unit!). 
“The flamingo wall hanging I bought in Croatia. I love pieces like that, and when I saw it, I knew it was meant for me! The colours of the flamingos are beautiful, and I think it’s a fun piece to have in our living room. It will certainly be moved around the house!

This is a perfect example of how you can transform a neutral space with a few accessories and a statement piece. In Camilla’s bathroom a mint coloured retro chest-of-drawers, salmon pink towels and a rattan plant pot add a fresh and vibrant feel. I love the seascape too!

Is there anything that you love in particular from this home? I’m already wondering where to use that deco pink!

You can check out more snapshots from Camilla’s home on her instagram @rainbowfunkis – and for other inspiring colourful Scandinavian homes I’m loving: bright colours in a Danish home 
(also featuring Deco pink!), a Danish home full of vintage treasures and 12 child-friendly ideas from a happy family home in Berlin. Oh hang on – why don’t I just give you the link to the entire bright colour homes archive – far easier!

I hope you enjoyed the tours!

Vi ses imorgon!

Niki

Photography by Camilla / @Rainbowfunkis shared with kind permission

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Green and pink accents are popping up everywhere this year – which makes me so happy, since it’s one of my favourite combinations – are you a fan too?  We’ve seen everything from the darkest green and emerald to sage green and soft grey-green combined with subtle powder and dusty rose hues. But the ‘deco pink‘ and pea green scheme in this house in Søgne, South Norway brings something new to the scene.

Bambi and Heels print by Julie Pike. 

The house was built in 2011-2012 and designed with large windows to capitalise on the stunning views over the Langeneskilen sea. Camilla, Henning and their son Storm moved in on Christmas Eve, 2012. “It really is wonderful to live so close to the sea,” Camilla tells me, “sometimes, when we’re having supper we can see fish jumping! Our son Storm is also very fond of the sea and loves to catch crabs and fish.”
Camilla is a big fan of retro furniture (teak being a favourite!), contemporary art, and Scandinavian design classics – and of course, colour. “I need lots of colour in my home, I don’t feel comfortable otherwise. My favourite hues are pink, turquoise and mint,” Camilla explains.
Contemporary Art by Anetmai
Interior designers often suggest adding an element of surprise to a room to really bring it to life and make it truly unique. In this room a beaded, flamingo door hanging does the trick (and looks great next to the retro storage unit!). 
“The flamingo wall hanging I bought in Croatia. I love pieces like that, and when I saw it, I knew it was meant for me! The colours of the flamingos are beautiful, and I think it’s a fun piece to have in our living room. It will certainly be moved around the house!

This is a perfect example of how you can transform a neutral space with a few accessories and a statement piece. In Camilla’s bathroom a mint coloured retro chest-of-drawers, salmon pink towels and a rattan plant pot add a fresh and vibrant feel. I love the seascape too!

Is there anything that you love in particular from this home? I’m already wondering where to use that deco pink!

You can check out more snapshots from Camilla’s home on her instagram @rainbowfunkis – and for other inspiring colourful Scandinavian homes I’m loving: bright colours in a Danish home 
(also featuring Deco pink!), a Danish home full of vintage treasures and 12 child-friendly ideas from a happy family home in Berlin. Oh hang on – why don’t I just give you the link to the entire bright colour homes archive – far easier!

I hope you enjoyed the tours!

Vi ses imorgon!

Niki

Photography by Camilla / @Rainbowfunkis shared with kind permission




 

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