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Win a typographic poster from Kortkartellet!

Thursday, 8 December 2016

Looking for a truly personal Christmas present? I could have found just the thing! Driven by a passion for travel and design, Copenhagen based design company Kortkartellet develop wonderful typographical prints of cities, regions, and countries from all over the world as well as a selection of fab Scandinavian letters. Designed and produced in Denmark, each poster is developed with a unique sense of design, a touch of humour and a whole ton of love! I've been putting the poster of 'Skåne' (the southernmost county I live in here in Sweden) to the test in my home and love the use of typography to highlight each town - such a great twist on a traditional map! I also chose Æ simply because I'm fascinated by this Danish letter (it's pronounced 'eh'!) and looks pretty cool don't you think? And the good news?! Kortkartellet is offering you the chance to win a 50 x 70 poster in dark grey of your choice! Find out how to enter below.....








Photography: Niki Brantmark / My Scandinavian Home

How to enter:
  
1. Visit Kortkartellet and take a look around
2. Let us know which 50 x 70 poster in dark grey* you'd most like to win and why in the comment section below.

*excludes coloured and limited edition and coloured posters.

And that's it!

The give-away is open to everyone and closes at midnight GMT, Wednesday 13th December 2016. The winner will be announced here on My Scandinavian Home on 14th December 2016 so make sure you keep a look out to see if it's you!

Although not a pre-requisite, you might also like to follow Kortkartellet on Instagram and Facebook to keep up to date with all their news and get inspired!

Terms & Conditions
You must be age of majority in your country of residence. We are not responsible for any duties, import taxes that you may incur. Only 1 entry per person. 

This post is brought to you in collaboration with Kortkartellet.


A soothing Swedish space

When it comes to a colour palette there's nothing more calming then soft shades of grey. And this lovely apartment in Gothenburg, Sweden has got the blend just right. It helps that it also has beautiful period features, high ceilings (painted fresh white), and large airy rooms with big windows which flood the space with natural light of course! And I spy a few of my favourite design pieces right now too (more details below!), I'd so love to be padding around here today, how about you?!











Credits: photo - Fredrik Karlsson styling: team Sarah Widman for sale through Alvhem

....and breathe!

I recently spotted the Bold chair by French brand Moustache in a home we photographed this summer for my book, and it's equally striking in real life. Love it!

Get the look: sitting room - Bold chair by Moustache, white silk chandelier, TS marble coffee table, crumpled linen throw. dining room - cluster light, pick up a vintage bust here, Series 7 chair, marble chopping board (I love this one-off vintage French one - there's only one though! Hurry!). bedroom - white linen bedding.

Other beautiful grey-scale homes (you knew that was coming....!) include this serene Swedish space, a dreamy urban beach home (love the sound of that right now, how about you?!) and a soothing home on the island of Gotland. I'm not sure if I dare say this, but there are actually over 120 grey and white Scandinavian homes in this archive too!!

Have a lovely day!

PS You'll notice I've been taking a two day breather from Christmas as I do like to shake things up a little! But for those of you looking for a little festive inspiration I'm back with a great gift idea for design lovers this evening and a Christmas home tour tomorrow - eeeeee! There's always my Christmas archive too?! 



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