This delightful little corner is brought to us by London-based designer Rita Konig. Her entire portfolio is full of very pleasing interiors and the longer I look at her work, the more it appeals to me. Somehow she manages to create spaces that are cheery and colorful yet serene, elegant and curated but casual, and modern/traditional/minimal ALL AT THE SAME TIME. Maybe it’s the half-sleeve of Girl Scout cookies I just ate, but it’s kind of blowing my mind how a room can be all those (contradictory) things at once. But I think the key elements that make her rooms so successful are also the elements I strive for in my own home (and have talked about in my posts): minimal but meaningful accessories, judicious use of color, and a combination of new + old. And this artwork is a prime candidate for an easy and cheap DIY project–just buy a sheet of watercolor paper and watercolor paint and go to town! Or for an unexpected twist, frame an old scarf or fabric remnant.