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Lovely greens and blues in a Swedish space

Well, hello there! I hope you had a great weekend? I'm writing from a sunny Hudson Valley this morning - it'll be my home for a few days since I'm collaborating on a super exciting project (more to be revealed soon, although I might not be able to resist sharing a few sneak peeks on Instagram.... (just don't tell anyone!). Even though I'm miles from home I'm still drooling over this elegant home currently for sale in Gothenburg, on Sweden's west coast. There's something about the green and blue tones and textures (how much do you want to run your finger along that kitchen worktop?!) that makes me feel like hanging out there all week (once I'm back of course!). How about you?















Home-owner / interior stylist: Caroline Ulkner. Photography: Anders Bergstedt. For sale through Entrance

Oj oj oj (as they say in Sweden!), what a fabulous apartment, don't you think?!

There are so many pieces I know and love in this apartment, in order of appearance: Blur print by  Esther de Groot, Vertigo pendant light, Menu wall-mounted candleholder, Remodelista book,
In Detail: Inspiring ideas for creative interiors by Hans Blomqvist, Z1 pendant light (also seen in my sitting room), Hektar Clamp Lamp.

Is there anything that you love about this home?

Right, better get on with the project here in Upstate New York! I hope you've got some great plans for the week too!

See you tomorrow!

PS Does anyone know the stylist behind this beautiful apartment? if so please let me know in the comment section below and I'll update the post.

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  1. It's clean and carefully curated. It's a fabulous apartment indeed! But, my favorite part of the house has to be the kitchen, it looks so well thought of!

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    1. I love the kitchen too. We used to have a space exactly like it in our old apartment, kind of miss it when I see this!

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  2. That light fixture in the living room is fabulous - it's on my wish list (although I'm sure I'll never get one). Actually the whole apartment is fabulous, although I'd like more colour :)

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    1. You must get one Susan! It's always fabulous :)

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  3. I saw you on Em's instastory. So excited to see what you're up to!

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    1. Having such a fun time in Upstate New York with Em... all to be revealed soon :)

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  4. Does anyone know the source for the origami crane print over the day bed?

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    1. I've definitely seen it before... trying to think where?! I hope someone else here can help us!

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  5. Love this project. Those shades of blue/grey in the bedroom!

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  6. What a beautiful flat! Really cosy.

    Have a nice day.

    xx, much love, Renaud

    http://renaudness.weebly.com

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  7. Gorgeous apartment. I'd love to know where the glassed-in book cabinet in the living area came from.

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  8. This space is one of my absolute favorites in a long time. Simply beautiful, calm, restful -- also clean in style, with a gorgeous lightness.

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  9. Do you know what the paint shade in the bedroom is? Beautiful.

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  10. wow thank you for a wonderful and truly inspiring blogg. Realy blew me away:)

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  11. Hi, what a Lovely post about our home :) It is my wife who is the stylist here and she can answer all questions. See @culkner on instagram for more.

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    1. What a talented wife you have! Thank you for letting me know, I've updated the post and Instagram feed with credits!

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  12. It's such a wonderful house and an inspiring blog

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