my scandinavian home: A wonderfully relaxed, boho Skåne home

A wonderfully relaxed, boho Skåne home

Tuesday, 29 September 2015

It's a beautiful day here in Southern Sweden so I'm planning on hopping on my bike shortly and going for a cycle along the coast (it's hard to believe that in a few months time the sea could be iced over - eeeek!). Since I'm in love with this part of the world today, I thought I'd take us all on a tour of a beautiful Skåne home. The wonderful family home of Malin Persson has been featured here before, but it's looking a little different right now having been peppered with beautiful Moroccan / bohemian finds for a truly relaxed vibe. Let's take a tour....












Homeowner / styling: Malin Persson, Photography: Lina Roos found via My World Apart with thanks. 

So beautiful - LOVE that freestanding bath!

A friend and I have been talking about a girls trip to Marrakesh for I don't know how long...having seen Malin's home I think it's time to put it into action - what do you think? Have you been?

For similar items: Moroccan pom pom blanket (love this!),  kilim pillows / cushions,  vintage Beni Ourain rug.

More homes with a wonderful boho touch include one my favourite Swedish homes of all time here, and all of these lovely spaces. Love, love LOVE!

Right, time to hop on that bike of mine and make the most of the late summer sun....

Have a lovely day! 


13 comments:

  1. Love that crockery, such beautiful prints! And that tub <3
    Liquid Grain

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  2. wow! Beautiful views, more more more inspirations for me! I like this climate :)

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  3. That cupboard with ceramics absolutely blew me away!

    http://www.wllwproject.com

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  4. I love everything of this house, especially the Marocco headboard in the bedroom.
    laura

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  5. I am soo jealous, it is cold and rainy in my neck of the woods! How I would like to ride my bike... I really like this home so cozy and I love the drum table, and of course that tub! Thanks for sharing!

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  6. Definitely go to Marrakesh! I went when I was a student and it was beautiful and unbelievably fascinating as well as being a pretty insane sort of place (I even felt very sad at points). I imagine if you can afford to stay in riads and eat in nice restaurants it would be very sumptuous, but it's good to see the real version of a place and not just a version that's been censored for us pampered western types, right?! Moroccan interiors are gorgeous - you may want to start 'My Moroccan Home' blog when you return! Make sure to leave plenty of room in your luggage for all those amazing purchases you won't be able to resist making! Go to Marrakesh asap, just do it! Anna

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    1. Hi Anna - you've totally inspired me, thank you - I agree it's a completely different thing to go and experience a place first hand - the sights, smells and sounds...the people :) Who knows maybe there will be a 'my moroccan home' te he he!

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  7. To add some more info to our accessories list above: the white star-shaped paper lamp in the first image is a Moravian Star, originally a Christmas decoration, traditionally made in Herrnhut/ Germany (I didn't want to 'spam' and add a link, you just might want to google 'Herrnhuter Star').
    I am a German living in Sweden where Herrnhuter Stars aren't that common and have seen people using them as lamps. To me, they will always belong to the Christmas Season though, we have several of those in different colours and sizes...

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    1. Hi Juliane - this is great - thank you so much - I will definitely add it into the post. Thank you for taking the time to let us know! Niki

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  8. Very nice, can you say what magazine she is collecting?

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  9. Oh my goodness that bathtub! I will be swooning for days.

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  10. Omg this is all soooooo me. I am in heaven. Love it all, need it all :-)

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