A lovely Swedish home with a blue accent wall

Why, hello there! I thought I'd stop by to share this lovely Swedish apartment in Gothenburg with you. The space has been made extra special by the addition of a few unique, vintage pieces (that desk!), a wonderful bird print (anyone know where this is from?), a surprising way to hang a plant on the wall and a fab, dramatic blue accent wall in the bedroom. What a perfect tour for some much needed mid-week Scandinavian interior inspiration, don't you think?!

Photography: Anders Bergstedt Styling: Anna Furbacken for Entrance Mäkleri

Calm, elegant and unique. What's not to love?

A few pieces I like from this Swedish home: office space - this is a good source for a rattan armchair. Dining area - Bentwood chairs, natural linen tablecloth, Gubi semi pendant light. Bedroom - Bestlite wall lamp, linen bedding. Try samples from Farrow & Ball to achieve a similar wall colour.

Is there anything that stands out to you?

Have a lovely day!

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  1. I love this apartment. Simple, yet relaxing. The blue wall is a beautiful shade. I just wonder if that ratan chair by the window is comfortable.
    Veronika Christine @ www.lifeinprogress15.com

  2. I'm drifting vintage desk (and I also want such)and more and more I´m liking that blue shade - has somehow reassuring :-)

  3. This place looks incredible! Loving the blue shade for the bedroom too, which looks like a calming haven and offsets the rest of the apartment beautifully.

    Lottie x

  4. I adore this space <3


  5. Love the simplicity of this space. We just redecorated our kitchen to look similar and we found these bar stools ( http://www.crowleyfurniture.com/dining-room/dining-chairs-benches-stools/item-53003695/ ) that have really brought the room together. We found them at one of the furniture stores in KC (Crowley Furniture think), but I'm sure you could buy them online as well if you weren't located in the Midwest.


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