Thrift finds, vintage, DIY, restorations (and a big fluffy cat!) are centre stage in this eclectic, bohemian inspired apartment in Helsinki, Finland. Melanie talks us through her life-long love of thrifting and how she realizes her big ideas on a small budget.
A little over two years ago Jason Franklin (no relation) began a journey to make his basement in Canton, Ohio into a Mid Century retro getaway. It was through this journey of restoration and construction that he developed a love for atomic age and MCM decor. So much so that he began designing and casting aluminium starbursts and other MCM inspired decor to share with other vintage collectors. This then turned into the Vintage Revival Art Co …. We got talking to Jason about his mammoth restoration project and the fabulous business that was born out of it …
This week’s House Tour is a double location belonging to Anna-Karin in Sweden, and both properties are a fantastic mix of exuberant vintage prints, patterns, colours and textures.
This week we are spending some time with Ingrid in her amazing colourful home in Norway. I discovered Ingrid on Instagram and was instantly drawn in by her dynamic eclectic style and the happy, bright atmosphere in her home ...
In 'Meet the Maker' this week we are chatting to Suzanne from Pulp Paper Heaven. She rescues unloved and discarded vintage books and creates amazing notebooks and paper stationery gifts by hand. A treat for book and stationery geeks, plus an unexpected Star Wars connection .... !
This house tour is rather special, as I had the real-life pleasure of actually physically visiting this home myself … Entering into Polly’s house was like entering a treasure trove … I didn’t know what to look at first. There were interesting and beautiful items in every corner and surface.
In 'Meet the Maker' this week we are taking a look at the fabulous retro jewellery made by Kila Design and getting to know the woman behind it.
If you love colour, texture and vintage porcelain, this one's for you!
Introducing the first of our new regular posts here on the Inkabilly Blog; Vintage Restorations. Kicking off with the talented ladies at Copper Knobs Interiors and their fantastic 70s style refurbished Hoosier Cabinet.
The cool clean lines of Scandinavian Modern and the glamorous curves and piercing lines of Art Deco meeting in the Mid Century ... definitely a style I can get on board with, can you?