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White Swedish apartment with great art

This Gothenburg apartment caught my eye this morning, it's just what I'm in the mood for! White wood floors, fun artwork, beautiful arched windows and a standard hydrangea in the bedroom - why not?! I could work all day from that table by the window, how about you?!








Stadshem with thanks
I see a few lovely items including: the G playtype print, HAY tray table and DLM (Don't Leave Me) table, Thonet 214 chair, Sheepskin rug, HAY dot hallingdal cushion. Find vintage industrial pendant lamps on etsy. Hmmm, what else, what else?!

Could you pad around here today?

Have a lovely day!

13 comments:

KATJA/ NEOVIA HOUSE said...

Looks great! Just love relaxed interiors like these, makes it less stressful to decorate like this, since it doesnt't have to be "perfect". A little bit of mismatch is more interesting. Although it of course not easy to put together a decor like this either :).

Kukla said...

Awesome interiors and a very cozy atmosphere.

anjaoninteriors said...

So fresh and sunny..."hydrangea tree" looks amazing :)

Kim said...

Its a very nice appartement! That window in the last picture, love it!

Michael said...

The bedroom with THAT window..oh my god..I love it!!!!
M.
http://www.ontheleaf.net

_our food stories_ said...

that bedroom looks so cozy!! love the whole flat <3
x
laura & nora

littlekarstar said...

That home is GORGEOUS. Love all of the plants and trees indoors and how lovely and light it all is! Our art wall is coming up next...got some pieces to put up when we are done.

Nalle said...

I love that light & amazing windows.

En estado de Rachel said...

I love the bedroom, so white and that window .... Wow !!

Rebekah said...

Ikea black/white rug, right?

Aline Jorge said...

And what about that woman print? Who's the artist? :)

4-juls said...

So beautiful! I wonder how wardrobe looks like? :)

Joana Sá said...

This room is like a dream, so lovely

Kiss kiss.*Jo
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