my scandinavian home: The bohemian home of a Swedish clothes designer

The bohemian home of a Swedish clothes designer

Friday, 2 August 2013

Hello Friday! And what a beautiful sunny day it is here in Sweden too (what about where you are?). This is the lovely home of Lisa Marie Andersson the designer behind clothing label Up The Wooden Hills. Based in Gothernburg, Sweden, Lisa's design philosophy is clothes should be a way of feeling happy, beautiful and comfortable (I'm with are you?!) and as a result her label is dreamy, pretty and playful, just like her home.










Photography: Sofia Byström. Styling: Lisa Marie Andersson, Up The Wooden Hills with kind permission.

Lisa's clothes line is made from Liberty print which takes me back to my own childhood - My Mum often used to sew us dresses using Liberty print and my own little girls still wear them today! The pretty origami items you see in these pictures are also available in her shop. You might want to check out The Up The Wooden Hills blog too!

So any plans for the weekend? Here it's looking super sunny and warm so I'm planning on spending as much time outside as possible starting with some beach time: sand castles and ice lollys anyone?  I'm also getting my home ready for an (exciting) photo shoot next week so lots of decorating to do!! Lots of pictures and details to follow soon!

What about you?

Have a wonderful weekend and see you Monday!

14 comments:

  1. very nice indeed! I love all the pastel tones and bits and bobs. :)
    I have to tell you that your blog makes me happy and inspired every single day so thank you!*

    Plans? We will probably keep inside since 37 degrees is a bit to much for our little baby boy...
    Have a nice weekend!

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    1. Thank you, little notes like yours make writing this blog all the more worth while :) Have a lovely, cool, weekend with your baby boy.

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  2. I am in love with this home, its amazing!

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  3. This is my favourite home you've ever shared here. You instantly get a glimpse into what Lisa is like through her very personal and beautiful home. Thank you for sharing, I feel very inspired!

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  4. Her place and her blog are so beautiful, I've spend hours looking at it:)

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  5. Here in Rio de Janeiro is always hot even in the winter. Every day I see your wonderful blog to inspire me to decorate my home. I've send houres looking at it too! Congratulations!

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  6. The little details in the kitchen (peeling white floors and the flower in the bud vase on the shelf) are so charming. No big plans this weekend, which I'm actually very excited about! Enjoy the sun, Niki! xo

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  7. Oh...just love this home. Very inspiring. Adore the origami! Now I'm off for a walk in the bush with a couple of friends.... Hope you have a lovely weekend!

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  8. Love love love love love this place. Her and I have very similar furnishings so it would be wrong of me not to love this place. Wish I had that dressing table and that yellow tea kettle in picture 2.

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  9. So exciting to see your own home later! Indeed it is great weather, life's a beach! xo Caroline

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  10. Gorgeous!! I love all the vintage mid-century modern details and the white of course - nothing quite like Swedish design! have a great weekend! ;-)

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  11. Great! Does anybody know where I can get a cupboard like the one on the second and third picture?

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  12. I always find the best place to buy mid century Scandinavian furniture is Lauritz: http://www.lauritz.com/en/. :)

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  13. Where is that vanity from? It is so pretty!

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