my scandinavian home: A relaxed Swedish space with floaty linens

A relaxed Swedish space with floaty linens

Friday, 10 April 2015

Last night my man and I flew into Berlin - and what a GREAT city it is, have you ever been here?  Plus we've woken up to blue sky and sunshine - I can't wait to get out and explore! But first, I've got a couple of shots to share with you from a beautiful Gothenburg home. Captured by Tant Johanna and Kristin Lagerkvist, Sophia Bratt's lovely space is decorated with floaty linen textiles, vintage shabby chic furniture and touches of rattan for a relaxed, wistful, light and airy feel. What a truly lovely space, don't you think?




Photography: Kristin Lagerkvist. Styling: Johanna Bradford (shared with kind permission)





For me, the Z1 and Mark Schooley cotton lights steal the show. I'm currently deciding between the two for my new bedroom (Z1 light on loan) any thoughts on which one?! (my bedroom pre make-over here!).

The two traditional Swedish tiled ovens or 'kakelugn' are so pretty too. 

Is there anything you love about this space?

Another beautiful home captured by creative duo Johanna and Kristin include this lovely home  and atelier belonging to a Swedish artist. I've also shown a couple of Johanna's previous homes here and here. The girl's got style!

I hope you have a truly fabulous weekend. See you Monday!

PS I have a sneaking suspicion I'll appear on a TV show on Arte tomorrow at 2pm (If I remember right). And since I'm in Germany I'll actually be able to watch it, now that will be weird!


11 comments:

  1. I am in love with the tiled ovens!! <3 <3 <3

    Thanks for inspiration =)
    Have a nice weekend,
    Michael
    www.ontheleaf.net

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  2. Dream place!! a house that calms and relaxes you..

    debsbug.blogspot.com

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  3. Exactly a year ago me and my husband was in Berlin. And I must recommend a restaurant, a Vietnamese one. Monsieur Vuong! The most fantastic Vietnamese food we ever eaten! http://www.monsieurvuong.de/
    It’s crowded, you probably have to wait to get a table but it’s worth it, I promise.
    See what I wrote about it here: https://brysselkakan.wordpress.com/2014/04/13/och-vi-haller-med/

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    1. Thanks so much for the tip and link, it's always wonderful to have a good recommendation.😃

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  4. I just came across your blog. Its very beautiful and inspiring. I like the potted plants. The contrast with the white looks good....

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  5. Very nice interior design, well done you...!

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    1. I wish I could take the credit for this lovely home but it goes to the home-owner Sophia Bratt, and for these pictures - stylist Johanna Bradford.

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  6. This is just perfect! No, your whole blog is just perfect <3 <3 you make such a great work and inspire me with every post.

    really nice greetings
    Jenni

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