Inspiration: Rita Konig home loving

I break out into a smile as I agree heartily with this statement:

There are few things more
pleasurable than shopping,
but there is also enormous joy to be had
from repairing and revitalising.

A study area by Rita Konig

A study area by Rita Konig

This statement is by Rita Konig, daughter of wallpaper and fabric genius Nina Campbell, former Domino writer and author of Domestic Bliss: Simple Ways to Add Style to Your Life.

Her home has these things which continually inspire. Especially this corner:

A corner of Rita Konig's home with beautiful botanical prints

A corner of Rita Konig’s home with beautiful botanical prints

Here’s some more eye candy from Rita’s lovely home:

Rita Konig's beautiful dreamy bedroom

Rita Konig’s beautiful dreamy bedroom

Tip from Rita:

Soft wallpaper makes a room bigger than it is.

A little corner with dark wallpaper, Rita Konig's home

A little corner with dark wallpaper, Rita Konig’s home

Rita Konig's living room

Rita Konig’s living room

Bathroom wallpapered, Rita Konig

Bathroom wallpapered, Rita Konig

Read more about Rita here:

Make do and Mend by Telegraph UK
My Homeby The Independent, UK
Tips from Rita Konig on {frolic!}
Interview profile by all the best

Living room, Rita Konig

Living room, Rita Konig

Beautiful lounge area, Rita Konig

Beautiful lounge area, Rita Konig

RELATED POSTS

1 Comment

  1. Reply

    casapinka

    2 April 2009

    I love her home as well, Drey! She seems like such a nice and fun person, so down to earth. Wouldn’t you love to go to one of her parties? Oh, and thanks for the links!

LEAVE A COMMENT

The Woman behind the Blog

Welcome to my blog! It’s such a pleasure having you here.

What are you inspired by? I am inspired by beautiful and bright interiors, fabric, furniture, pinks, yellows, greens, chairs, china, trees, chocolate, peonies, hydrangeas, cherry blossoms, roses and rhubarb with cream.

Friends and family call me drey (pronounced 'dree'... short for Audrey) and I can often be found zipping through op-shops and vintage stores in the Blue Mountains, NSW, Australia.

Hearing from you

Write me at paperbean(AT)gmail(DOT)com