my scandinavian home: One beautiful home, two different tours

One beautiful home, two different tours

Tuesday, 16 December 2014

A few weeks back I showed the magnificent home of Swedish stylist Marie Olsson Nylander captured by estate agents Valvet. And then I came across a second set of photographs of the same home over at  Desire to Inspire captured by Sara Svenningrud. Marie's unique sense of style shines through in both and yet the photographers have managed to capture the home in different ways. Both capture the romantic yet striking uniqueness of the family home in Höganäs, Skåne, and yet the angles and lighting is very different. Personally I'm hoping to find yet more images of this lovely home as I simply can't get enough of it, how about you?!











Sara Svanneberg. Marie Olsson Nylander. Post inspired by Desire to Inspire

I'm not sure how Marie can bear to part with this home (it's currently for sale - hurry!). But I'm sure her next home will be equally as unique and beautiful.

A small guide to a few items: This Cassis Rose linen bedding is extremely similar to the one on Marie's bed, Try dark Farrow & Ball paint colours for similar wall effects. The lamp above the sitting room area is the Koushi by Mark Eden Schooley. Source industrial vintage lighting on Etsy.

For other homes with a lovely unique feel I'm loving the home of Malin Persson which I showed last Friday (especially the children's bedroom!), this home teeming with flee market finds  and this rustic / boho Norwegian space.

By the way, if you're looking at picking up a designer bargain for your home this Christmas don't miss the wonderful offers from Design Collectors - with up to 15% off items such as the LCW chair and Butterfly stool until 31st December!

Have a lovely day!



14 comments:

  1. The brown huge vase on the (dining) table is beautiful! Totally jealous right now!

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    1. I LOVE it. I know what you mean, I'm geen with envy over the entire home!

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  2. Where can we find this kind of carpet please? Thank you very much!
    This haus is wonderful!!!

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    1. I wish I knew, hopefully someone else on here might be able to help? I'd love to know too!

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    2. Ohhh...i've just realised what I wrote. This HOUSE is wonderful! Better, or? :) Sorry for my english but I speak every day german and I'm from Greece. You can imagine now...
      I'll hope I'll find sometime this carpet!

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    3. I'd admire anyone that can speak or write in a language other than their own. Your english is great :) Merry Christmas to you and hope you find the rug!

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  3. That top lamp in living room on first photo is just amazing <3
    Michael
    www.ontheleaf.net / facebook

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  4. In this age when home interiors became very importat, sometimes I am still overhelmed by the design of the home and it is this case. I am surprised how simple, even rustic and at the same point almost aristocratic interior can be. I just love all these contrasts!

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    1. I totally agree - this home has so many beautiful contrasts.

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  5. Simply amazing. Stunning. And that couch? I haven't ever seen one like it. I wonder what happens when it is unstrapped? I want one.

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    1. Hahaha! Yes, I'd love to see what happens? It's so fab isn't it? Looks sooooo comfy too.

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  6. I love the sheer uniqueness of the home...antiques mixed with modern furniture and all those lovely linen curtains.

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  7. We Love It! :D

    www.arclickdesign.com

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