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A Swedish home with one very cool sofa

This Swedish home is positively teeming with fab designer pieces from the Knoll Bertoia Diamond chair, Arne Jacobsen 7 chair and Hans Wegner Wishbone (or 'Y') chairs to the the oh so beautiful cognac coloured Charles le Corbusier LC3 sofa which serves as a very cool centre-piece. I also love how adding a simple bunch of peonies brightens up the entire space. I bought a pale pink bunch last week and they've put a smile on my face ever since (not to mention added a touch of spring to my vintage drinks trolley). Is there anything you love in particular about this home?

Bjurfors via Planete Deco

Two other very cool yet simple to update features include the bird light bulb cover and the beautiful linen bedding in soft grey and white.

I'm really excited to introduce a new sponsor today - Dorayaky sells beautifully crafted handbags by creative duo Aurora Pérez and Fernando Albero. As a girl with simple taste I love the Nicole tote, but how cool are all their patterned totes and clutch bags?! I also love the MA-Z range for storage - perfect for a Scandinavian inspired home don't you think? For more inspiration and behind the scenes action check out the wonderful Dorayaky blog.

I hope you have a wonderful Tuesday!


  1. Lovely apartment. Here's a link to the authorized version of the LC3 couch.

  2. Thank you so much, I have updated the post accordingly. /Niki

  3. oh wow LOVE IT!

    have a nice day!



  4. Fantastic apartment but how do they get by with so little stuff? Perhaps the dining room cabinet is crammed full of things that fall down on your head every time you open it!

    Keep up the great work on the blog, Niki. I'm well and truly addicted!


  5. Love the bird lamp (picture 3), where can I find it?

    Saludos desde Chile!

  6. I'm very grateful to see this blog and I just study your home decor ideas its beautiful.

  7. I love your blog. I am redecorating my living room at the moment and using it as inspiration.


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