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A lovely, light, Swedish split-level

Hej hej! I hope you had a lovely weekend?  It was a long bank holiday here and the Swedish sun shone down on us from start to finish so we did our best to soak it up and store it up! There's something beautiful about the incredibly sharp Nordic light and feeling the warmth of the sun's rays on your skin at 8pm - so magical!  This Swedish space high up in the roof tops of Gothenburg looks as though it might just be bright all year round though! Decorated in white and pale grey with sheer curtains and soft textiles throughout, it's a true oasis in the heart of the city!














Photography: Jonas Berg Styling: Grey Deco  / For sale through Stadshem.

It looks as though the second floor was created from converted attic space - hence the white spiral staircase (love that, how about you?!). The original pattern in the glass windows of the dividing doors and the coat rack in the hall caught my eye, lovely!

Any tips on where the coat rack is from? 

Is there anything that stands out to you?

Get the look:  sitting room - the söderhamn sofa from IKEA, Flos 2097 pendant light, Jetson armchair by Bruno Mathsson. Office: wishbone chair, lonely house print, source made to measure white linen curtains here. Bedroom - string shelves, söderhamn section from IKEA.

I'm on an all day photo shoot today - very exciting as it's been a while since I got my camera out! Go, go go! It's going to be hawwwwt again today so I hope I'll have time for one of these afterwards - I'll totally deserve it right? I think you should join me! yum?!

Have a great start to the week!

PS Thank you so much to Victoria over at wonderful blog SF Girl By Bay for the lovely review of
my book, you've put a smile on my face since Thursday!



LATEST COMMENTS:

  1. The wood floors appear to be painted, is the lovely black and white design in the kitchen hand painted? I would love to do that in my own home. Advice?

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  2. Love the the cour interieure, not quite sure about the steep stairway though.

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