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Wallpaper that will put a smile on your face!

There's been a fun trend creeping into the world of interiors for a while now: patterned wallpaper. And Wallshoppe is looking to ensure everyone has a chance to get their hands on bright and fun designs which will put a smile on your face! Made in the USA and printed from 30% recyclable material with non-toxic ink, you can choose from whimsical and charming to edgy and sweet designs - or even mix and match your favourites. Since they come in a choice of paper rolls or removable panels - you can also decide whether to cover your walls for one night or over a lifetime.  Here's a peek at some of my favourites....









 Quick guide in order of appearance: Malibu wallpaper (blue on white), George the Octopus wallpaper, Pacifico Palm removable wallpaper (ivory), Malibu removable wallpaper (cadet blue), Goldfish wallpaper (indigo).

These all come in an array of colours, and there are a ton more designs too! Definitely worth hopping over and taking a look for yourself here.

Aren't they fun? All of the above (except George the Octopus) were designed by interior designer Nathan Turner exclusively for Wallshoppe - and inspired by California living - a little nautical and a little tropical! Love that!

I also love that many of the Wallshoppe papers are really easy to clean - making them perfect for children's rooms or family homes. You might even want to opt for the removable panels so you can take them down and exchange as they get older (it doesn't leave a mark!) - or if (like me) you love to shake things up a lot!

Are there any designs that you love in particular?


This post is brought to you in collaboration with Wallshoppe. However, all words are my own and I only ever work with brands I love and think you will too! Thank you for supporting the businesses that help bring fresh content to your mail box and make My Scandinavian Home possible.

A serene Swedish home in shades of grey

Hej hej! Just home after a lovely midsummer - which included creating floral headcrowns, eating deliciously sweet strawberries, singing my way through schnapps visa (songs), a lovely stay at Okéns Bed & breakfast (the garden!), and even coffee at Strömma farmlodge! Oh, I do love midsummer! Today I'm back at my desk and have spent the best part of the morning drinking coffee, er I mean, scrolling through the net to find a beautiful home to share! Eventually this one caught my eye - simply because it's so unbelievably serene!  Swedish stylist Pella Hedeby has transformed a new build by JM in Solna, into a lovely, calm home in soft shades of grey while natural textures such as linen, cork and sheepskin add just the right amount of warmth. Enjoy!













Styling: Pella Hedeby. Photography: Kristofer Johnsson. For JM

My day feels calmer just looking at this space - imagine waking up here everyday?!

Get the look: sitting room - Söderhamn sofa with Bemz cover, Fly table, art by Nina Holst (Stylizimo blog). Dining - sheepskin throw. Children's room: Flisat stools by IKEA.  Desk - AJ table lamp. Bedroom - Source dark grey stonewashed bed linen here.

Wall colours in order: light beige, grey, and pink-brown.

You can also check out Pella's post for more info on where items are from here.

I've always been such a big fan of Pella's work, and featured her previous home here and latest home here - as well as her outhouse here. She definitely has a signature style! One talented lady indeed, don't you think?

Have a lovely day!

Glad Midsommar!

Today is about plucking wild flowers to wear in your hair, dancing around a maypole to the merry tune of a fiddle - and eating deliciously sweet strawberries. Glad Midsommar!



Credits: The Simple Things Studio. Styling: Angela Perosin / Oscar and Ruby

If you'd like to recreate a little midsummer magic at home, here's a short and pretty guide

And if you're single don't forget to pluck nine wildflowers and place them under your pillow - Swedish tradition dictates that tonight you'll dream of the person you're going to marry!

Happy Midsummer's Eve wonderful friends!

A magnificent Malmö pad which could be yours!

I do love to keep an eye an eye on the Swedish property market (as I'm sure you've noticed!). Occasionally a home will reappear and it's fascinating to see the difference in the way it's been decorated. This fabulous space is one of them. As soon as I spotted the turn-of-the-century apartment on Malmö estate agent site Bo-laget, I instantly recognised it. The magnificent ceilings, tremendous ceiling height, original parquet floor and kakelugn (Swedish masonry oven) were a total give-away! The previous owners went for a relaxed vibe with mid-century and vintage finds (see the tour here). The new owners have kept the space equally minimalist, ensuring the architecture and period features take centre-stage, yet the furniture has a more contemporary feel. And now it's time for someone else to move in!










This apartment is for sale through Bo-laget

Could it be you?! If so, welcome to Malmö! 

Oh how I would love to take on this place too. The things I would do!

A few pieces I know and love: Togo sofa, Bertoia diamond armchair, source a similar Beni Ourain rug, Hay tray table, Bertoia side chair.

I'm so proud of the level of creativity in my adopted home town and have featured many, many fabulous homes from this city here in Southern Sweden over the years. Here are 5 of my favourites:

The relaxed family home of an interior designer
A stunning Malmö home
The atmospheric house with an ethnic touch
An elegant Malmö home in calming green
My neighbour's beautiful home!

Is there a style you like in particular?

Have a lovely day!

PS Make sure you stop by and visit us here in Malmö for a long weekend at some point - it's a perfect day trip from Copenhagen too. Just in case you do, here's a quick guide. Part II coming soon!

 

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