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A fresh and light-filled Swedish pad

Hej hej! How was your weekend?! We had a lovely, relaxing time at the summer cottage - except for an hour or two following a burst pipe. I did learn a few new Swedish expletives from my ordinarily calm husband though so all was not lost!  It made sitting by the fire in the evening all the more rewarding too! Back home again and my thoughts are turning to the first flushes of spring - and a shiny new month - APRIL! Hurrah! This definitely calls for a beautiful, fresh, light-filled don't you think? This lovely pad in Gothenburg, Sweden is currently for sale through Stadshem. I love the contrast of traditional wood paneling and wallpaper in the kitchen with the clean, organised feel of the sitting room - and of course the serene looking bedroom.....












Photography: Jonas Berg for sale through Stadshem

Is there anything you love in particular about this space?

Get the look from this Gothenberg home: kitchen - wallpaper, gubi semi pendant, ant chair, bentwood chairs. Sitting room - this macrame wall hanging is similar, series 7 chair, cross blanket, le lampe gras wall light is similar, Gotland sheepskin throw. Try The Poster Club for similar art. bedroom - light box (love this!), source pure bed linen in beautiful earth tones here

This home reminds me a little of Johanna Bradford's apartment with it's delightful mix of vintage and modern (as well as lots of wallpaper inspiration) - don't you think?

Looking to create a feature wall in your home with wallpaper? Try this archive for lots more inspiration!


Have a great start to the week!

LATESTS COMMENTS:

  1. I've been trying to get some inspo for my springtime bedroom revamp (it's been a constant search for minimalist bedrooms on Pinterest!). What a lovely beautiful serene bedroom, a simple palette is always a winner - lovely post, thank you!

    ~ Sarena

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  2. Light, comfortably and many pleasant little things. Universal decision for a little apartment.

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