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Stories launch

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We’re over the moon with the incredible feedback on our new Stories launch, featuring some seriously stylish people and homes from the community.

In our new Insider Stories we are sharing home tours and quick-fire interviews with some of our most interesting, creative and inspiring members, while our Style Stories introduce to the best of real interiors by styles, themes and trends, as handpicked by our curators.

Have a browse below to discover our initial story selection. Want to tell your own story or become one of our curators? Get in touch

See you soon at{mine}!

A well structured mood board


Mood board by Hege Morris

As a part of Gudy Herder‘s brilliant series of mood board posts, she offered to share a tips&tricks assessment for one of the submitted mood boards here on atmine. The May winner was Hege Morris from interior design blog Hege in France with her bedroom mood board. Hege already knew a bit about mood boards, but after completing Gudy’s renowned ecourse, she’s now somewhat of a mood board master! Read on as Hege takes us through the process of developing her moodboard and Gudy shares her feedback on the final result.

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Mammilade’s beautiful Spring styling with gorgeous Lilacs


We can’t believe it’s already time to say Hello June! First of all, thank you so much to all of you who took part in our #StyleAtMine Spring challenge, we’re overwhelmed with all the entries this month!

There can only be one winner and this time the winner was chosen by lovely Silke Bonde. We gave Silke a difficult job, but in the end her choice was this beautiful styling by Mammilade. Julia’s home looks truly stunning with these gorgeous,  bright Lilacs. Well done, Julia and Congratulations! Ceramicist Jono Smart will handcraft a carafe and coffe cup in a colour of your choice! We’re all jealous!

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In Italy you get a nice pink welcome to member I Paz‘s home

We’re loving all the uploads in our Spring #StyleAtMine challenge! It’s so nice to see the community so active around this challenge. There are definitely a lot of Spring lovers amongst us! If you haven’t taken part yet, it’s not too late. Take part before May-31 and be in with a chance of winning a beautiful Carafe and Coffee Cup in a colour of your choice made by Jono Smart especially for this occasion. Check his amazing work out here.

Now, it’s time to share a few of our flowery favourites! We’re talking flower power! Enjoy!

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We seriously can’t wait for Spring! It’s still quite cold here, in fact we had snow last week! However there are some sings of Spring and we’ve spotted some lovely blossom. With all this talk of Spring, you might have guessed already. The theme this month is of course SPRING! We would love to see your Spring homes, so take part on #StyleAtMine.

To launch the Spring challenge we’ve teamed up with two truly amazing artists. Silke Bonde and Jono Smart. Silke Bonde is a designer and artist based in Copenhagen – we are a huge fan of her latest work in Pantone 2016 colours. Silke did the beautiful styling in these photos with the minimal and super stylist pottery by sold out artist Jono Smart.  Jono used to travel the world and has worked with some really talented people. Then one day he sat down at a pottery wheel and felt at home. He’s not looked back and has now got a  beautiful collection of minimal pottery to his name.  Do check out their work, we’re sure you’re going to love it!

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How to: moodboard a colour trend

How to translate a color trend into a mood board- Eclectic Trends

We’re excited to share with you the third in a series of tutorials prepared for us by trend guru Gudy Herder from Eclectic Trends. This time Gudy will be sharing with us her latest colour spotting from the Salone and showing us how to translate it into a moodboard. If you’ve missed the last two posts, you can find them here ‘How to create a colour mood board’ and  ‘How to mood board a moody bedroom’.

Over to you Gudy!

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A winner: Dr. Livinghome’s cool DIY TV stand inspired by Jonathan Adler’s Antibes collection

The April #StyleAtMine DIY challenge was co-hosted by four of our community’s most fabulous and creative ladies. Throughout the month, each of them shared with us an ingenious DIY tutorial with some of their favourite home hacks: Mette Jakobsen from Monsterscircus shared the coolest DIY fringe mirrorJanice Issitt from Janice Issitt Life Style taught us all about gold & copper leafingAllison Sadler, founder of the Make it Sewcial community showed us how to make a right-on-trend macrame hanging planter in no time; and last but not least, Hege Morris from Hege in France showed us how to quickly transform a shirt into a cushion!

Such amazing inspiration got our creative juices flowing and the community showed off an unrivalled DIY talent! Luckily for us, each of our four competition hosts chose their own winner who will receive a lovingly put together DIY care package in the post. So without further ado, the winner are….

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DIY Cushion from a Shirt

Shirt DIY

It’s time for the last in the series of DIY tutorial by our April #StyleAtMine challenge hosts, and you can trust our lovely founding member Hege Morris to spot a DIY opportunity where you’d least expect it!  Over to you Hege!

Hi! I’m Hege from the blog Hege in France. I’m really excited to share an easy DIY with you. I’m going to show you how to make a cushion from a shirt! It’s pretty much the easiest sewing project I can think of. I recently saw this trendy shirt in a shop and instantly thought – cushion! As you do! I’m going to show you a tutorial on how to quickly turn a shirt into a cushion. Let’s start!

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DIY Macrame Hanging Planter

DIY Macrame Hanging planter

We’re continuing April’s DIY month with a tutorial by one of the challenge hosts, the brilliantly creative Allison Sadlerowner of lifestyle store People, designer, maker, blogger & mentor.  Allison is all about inspiring creative living from the heart and soul, and champions failsafe DIYs that WILL succeed in everyone’s hands. 

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably noticed the macrame hanging planter trend, but maybe don’t know how to make one? Well, if that’s the case, this is the tutorial for you! Allison has created a step by step guide for the community on how to make a cheap and cheerful plant hanger for your urban jungle! Over to you Allison! 

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DIY: Add a silver (gold or copper) lining


As part of April’s DIY styling challenge, we’ve invited our good friend Janice  to share one of her master DIYs with us. Janice recently won our Bathroom challenge with her gorgeous DIY copper bath. Now she’s sharing her metallic-leafing tricks with the community. Over to you Janice!

For my DIY project I thought I would talk about how to Gold/Silver and Copper leaf objects. You can do this on absolutely anything, from plant pots to furniture and baths.  For the sake of these photos I chose to copper leaf a plant pot to illustrate the process. I already had some real copper pots and adding the copper to some terracotta pots gives me a few different ones for the kitchen to match with my copper pans.

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