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A magnificent Malmö pad which could be yours!

I do love to keep an eye an eye on the Swedish property market (as I'm sure you've noticed!). Occasionally a home will reappear and it's fascinating to see the difference in the way it's been decorated. This fabulous space is one of them. As soon as I spotted the turn-of-the-century apartment on Malmö estate agent site Bo-laget, I instantly recognised it. The magnificent ceilings, tremendous ceiling height, original parquet floor and kakelugn (Swedish masonry oven) were a total give-away! The previous owners went for a relaxed vibe with mid-century and vintage finds (see the tour here). The new owners have kept the space equally minimalist, ensuring the architecture and period features take centre-stage, yet the furniture has a more contemporary feel. And now it's time for someone else to move in!










This apartment is for sale through Bo-laget

Could it be you?! If so, welcome to Malmö! 

Oh how I would love to take on this place too. The things I would do!

A few pieces I know and love: Togo sofa, Bertoia diamond armchair, source a similar Beni Ourain rug, Hay tray table, Bertoia side chair.

I'm so proud of the level of creativity in my adopted home town and have featured many, many fabulous homes from this city here in Southern Sweden over the years. Here are 5 of my favourites:

The relaxed family home of an interior designer
A stunning Malmö home
The atmospheric house with an ethnic touch
An elegant Malmö home in calming green
My neighbour's beautiful home!

Is there a style you like in particular?

Have a lovely day!

PS Make sure you stop by and visit us here in Malmö for a long weekend at some point - it's a perfect day trip from Copenhagen too. Just in case you do, here's a quick guide. Part II coming soon!

9 comments:

Avital Chen said...

the first celing is amazing what is it made off???

Emily said...

Seems like very ornate, detailed plaster work that has been painted in a very decorative style.

Gerry Rust said...

I just checked out the post featuring the previous owners and I definitely preferred their style, but when the bones of a building are as good as this one it will always look amazing however you decorate it!

María Elena Fernández said...

My God! It is sooooo beautiful!!
Happy Friday!

Anonymous said...

Hey, Niki! First I need to say I've been following your blog for over 3 years and I love love love it! This is my very first comment here, but tu need to know that me and my husband just bought our first apartment- yesterday! And I couldn't be more inspired and full of ideas without you�� So thank you sooo much for that wonderful work you're doing here.
PS. Beautiful tiled stove in the living room. And I love that painting- any ideas who made it?
Big hugs from Poland�� Natalie

eh!DÉCOR said...

Eu amo decoração escandinava principalmente quando mistura elementos de outros estilos, como no quarto.
Bjo

Eli

My Scandinavian Home said...

It really does, very hard to go wrong with this space!

My Scandinavian Home said...

Isn't it just? Same to you!

My Scandinavian Home said...

Congratulations Natalie - how exciting! I'm so happy you find my blog inspiring, thank you so much!

 

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