Today I want to share with you some images of the beautiful home belonging to Daniel Garbutt and Valeria Herner. The pair, who live in Ontario, Canada, write about renovating and redecorating their vintage modern home, as well as sharing home decor, interior and design inspiration. Their blog is Hindsvik At Home and they also run the Hindsvik Shop, which stocks everything from classic vintage designer furniture pieces to small kitchen items and accessories for the home.
Hindsvik Living Room
I love this corner of Daniel and Valeria’s living room. Their functional white interiors are cleverly highlighted with pops of colour and texture to make the spaces more interesting and homely. The old metal trolley is perfect for holding the various items for display. The grand typewriter is a Remington #16, which they blogged about here.
Hindsvik Living Room Details
Vintage items adorn Daniel and Valeria’s home, including things they had originally obtained for their shop but loved so much they couldn’t part with, like the little red Swedish Dala horse above.
The Hindsvik Kitchen is full of wonderful vintage and retro kitchenware, some pieces in bright colours like the pretty green vintage creamer above, with others more rustic and natural in texture and materials.
Hindsvik Master Bedroom
Further vintage items adorn the dressing space of the master bedroom, including the chair and another dala horse. The area is put to good use with a full length mirror and clothing storage.
I love the mixture of vintage and modern in the Hindsvik Office. A retro touch button calculator sits happily on the stark white desk alongside the simple contemporary design of an Apple Mac.
Hindsvik Office Desk
I adore these huge vintage industrial lockers, used here as extra storage space in the office area. Their utilitarianism is softened with the juxtaposition of the decorative 1960s moon globes and antique natural history prints.
Hindsvik Kitchen Details
Colour is added to the bathroom with a spot of greenery against the bright white surfaces. Again little vintage touches are introduced, like the use of this Nymolle saucer as a soap dish.
Hindsvik Reclaimed Wood and Pipe Shelving Unit
This shelving unit was the first piece of furniture made by Daniel and Valeria. Isn’t it gorgeous?! The unit features a couple of shelves and a cupboard for extra storage space. The arrangement of items on the middle shelf is the couple’s growing collection of West German pottery.
There is a distinctly Scandinavian feel to this home but the eclectic mix of materials, japanese influences and collections of vintage and antique items prevent it from being easily labelled in one interior-design category. I think it’s fabulous! What do you think of the Hindsvik Home?
I thought you might also like to see this pretty video made by Pascal Perich featuring the house on Etsy. The couple look and sound at peace in their tranquil home.
There’s No Place Like Here: Hindsvik on The Etsy Blog