Let's take a look at Le Petit Fika's Charlotte apartment in London
French and London-based Charlotte has an eye to home styling and is a very visual person thanks to her filmmaker background. She has a crush on Scandinavian minimalism and French chic, as well as functionality. On her blog called Le Petit Fika, you can see more what I talking about.
Thank you, Charlotte for accepting my invitation.
So let's take a look at it...
"Although my background isn't in design, as a filmmaker I have always been a very visual person with a strong sense of what I find aesthetically pleasing. I'm also very much a nester and with a busy job in production which often means long hours or travelling a lot, it’s important for me that the places in which I eat, sleep and spend precious downtime are calming and with minimal clutter."
"Several years ago I visited Scandinavia for the first time and discovered that their way of life and design sensibilities were very much in line with mine, so I started Le Petit Fika to share my journey of discovering brands and places that I feel an affinity with."
"My style is definitely inspired by Scandinavian minimalism and French chic, as well as functionality. It's quite clean, with a soft, restrained colour palette and natural tones. I love having a bright space with earthy tones, accent blacks, wood notes and the occasional greenery from plants. Being from the south of France, I am used to having natural colours in my home, no carpets and big, airy spaces, so this is something that has also inspired my own tastes combined with Nordic design."
"I try not to have too many bright colours in my home; they can contribute to a feeling of things being cluttered and I find it difficult to relax."
© Words and Images by Charlotte from Le Petit Fika
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