my scandinavian home: A Stockholm home full of inspiration

A Stockholm home full of inspiration

Friday, 5 August 2016

Iiiiiit's le weekend - yay! I'll be packing for my first ever trip to Finland tomorrow - just a flying visit for a two day photo shoot but I'm soooo excited as I've never been before - have you? Tips welcome! Today I'm taking inspiration from this lovely Stockholm space. The entire space is pretty great but it's the details that really caught my eye - namely the DIY light fixture (do you remember a similar one in the lovely home of Valentina Fussell?) wine glass rack (I'd say a necessity, wouldn't you?!), and that kitchen nook. I also love the open hallway storage (spot the beautiful wooden floor), the Swedish masonry oven and pretty much the entire bathroom (the window into the sitting room?!). Yes my list is long! Is there anything that catches your eye?








Source: Alexander White. Photos: Henrik Nero. Styling: Stylingbolaget found via Vosges Paris with thanks.

Could you live here?

Get the look: Chrome wine glass rack (note how I start in order of importance?!) vintage terracotta potsNo.9 (or Vienna) chairs, glass bell jar. This sheepskin cushion. Brass planters in small and large.

Other spaces I love with window dividers include the fabulous family home of Petra Reger, an artist's home in Stockholm, and reclaimed windows in this home. I'd like an excuse to install some windows in my home, how about you? Racking my brain.....

And a little weekend link lovin':

Clever paint tricks that make a room.

Filling your home with natural textures like this

A pink door? Why not!

I need this Helsinki loud speaker in my life! 

Loving the Love Warriors of Sweden blog for inspo and shopping.

Thank you Bloglovin for including me in your list of 10 décor influencers to follow on Instagram right now - what an honour! 

And that, wonderful friends, is that from me this week.  I'm still on 'slow blogging summer time' next week which means I'll be dropping by every other day. Have a fab weekend and see you Monday!


13 comments:

  1. That bathroom is just incredible! Does it have a window to the living room? That is super clever considering most of the european bathrooms have no windows. Just love it.

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    1. It really is Babara! Yes it seems like the window leads through to the sitting room which is such a clever way to let in light (and then there's a neat blind for a touch of privacy when required). Love it!

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    2. if you look carefully, you will notice that the window leads through to the bedroom (bedroom and bathroom side by side at one end, entry and kitchen at the other and living room in between).

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  2. Can*t wait see pics, ke-hu means praise in funnish, have fun in Finland

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    1. Interesting - now I've learnt my first Finnish word, thank you!

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  3. Welcome to Helsinki! Kan inte låta bli att ge dig några tips. Missa inte Högbergsgatan. Gå ner till havet o ät glass! Drick kaffe på Ekbergs på Buleverden. Gå till Sandvikens saluhall o ät gott!

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    1. Hi Sanna, thank you so much for the tips - wonderful! :)

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  4. What I love most is that the kitchen has the kickplates from unfinished wood, I am loving it!
    The bathroom is to die for.

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  5. Bathroom is dreamy ! And welcome to Helsinki, design museo is bit small but it worth

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  6. I love the way decorated you really unbelievable for me and all this house really dream home for me................

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  7. Really beautiful, the way it is decorated gives a sense of relaxation.

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  8. Enjoy Finland! Spent there a semestre, awesome. When we visited Helsinki I remember this tiny café at the sea, where they served fresh korvapuusti=kanelbullar :-) Had to look it up, but O'm pretty sure it was Café Regatta.

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