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A happy Swedish home with bright colours and bold prints

Although not everyone is up for adding bright colour and bold prints to our homes there's no denying that it can add a really playful element to a home. Take this Malmö apartment as an example. The owners have used a white base (floors, walls and ceilings) and added fabulous Svenskt Tenn wallpaper, Ferm Living rugs and brightly coloured furniture and throws to create a lovely, happy family home.







Bjurfors via Nicety blog
Is this your kind of style, or more a space you prefer to admire from a far?

I'm getting bolder and bolder and slowly introducing more colour to my home (although friends may beg  to differ!). Do you have a lot of colours and bold prints in your home or prefer to stick to a monochrome mix?

My family and I are currently touring islands off the coast of Denmark for the second half of our summer holiday and just arrived at Samso. I'm looking forward to heading off on our bicycles to explore now......(tips welcome!)

Have a lovely day, I hope the sun is shining where you are too!


7 comments:

Lise said...

I really like this home. I might not put up the wall paper, but the rest is lovely.

Enjoy your holiday!

Serena Scuderi said...

This home is my dream... it have all the things I love: light, color, creativity :-)

Erin said...

I adore that wallpaper, and all the pops of color all over the apartment. More color than I could handle, but still really pretty! xo

pfefferminzgruen Christin said...

So wonderfull. I like this at home very much, Christin

Amy said...

Love the pops of color the blankets give this home - especially the one on the bed. This person is or knows a crocheter/knitter. :) Like the idea of wallpaper as an accent wall instead of a contrasty color.

juilethebird said...

I like the pendant shade in the first picture... Do you know where it is from, please? Thank you!

Jill Butler said...

Perhaps I like a little less bright color in my own home...but I think this home is gorgeous. You just couldn't help but smile as you step into those rooms.

 

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