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A Swedish home with blue and mustard accents

Hejsan! As promised, I did actually accost my man as soon as he arrived home yesterday to show him the house that had come on the market (the subject of yesterday's post). He agreed that it was indeed perfection - although I don't think we're quite ready to our leave our home by the sea just yet! Guh! And I was already sipping cocktails by that plunge pool too! Onwards and upwards. Today's post brings with it new inspiration in the form of a lovely home in Gothenburg. The apartment occupies part of a house built in the 1930's and has been beautifully styled with mid-century and contemporary pieces, lots of lovely greenery and blue, cognac and mustard accents. Enjoy!










Photography: Anders Bergstedt. Styling: Anna Furbacken. For sale through Entrance Mäklari

Such a lovely space don't you think? Love the touch of blue and mustard in particular - and the foliage over the bed!

How about you?

Get the look: sitting room - source a similar vintage mid-century arm chair here, this is a good place to pick up a small beni ourain rug. I love this blue armchair. Dining room - Series 7 chairs. Bedroom - pick up stonewashed grey linen bedding here and a mustard throw here.

Have a lovely day!

PS Thank you for your patience during the blog design update - I know there have been a few disturbances but I think we're almost there. Do give me a shout in the comment section below if you see anything strange - your feedback would be so helpful!

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