Scrolling

Social Media

Powered by Blogger.

Styling a small space, the Swedish way

It's been a while since I've shown a home from Scandinavia - which feels pretty strange, given the alias of my blog! Since we're now back safe and sound in Scandinavia (moored in Rødvig, a fishing village South of Copenhagen to be precise), I thought it was definitely about time! It's hard to envisage that this delightful space in Gothenburg is a mere 37 square metres (398 square feet - I had to double check this conversion as I'm forever getting it wrong!). The illusion of space is largely thanks to clever styling tricks by Emma Fischer - who's made use of the vertical space and maintained the same light, colour scheme throughout. Enjoy the tour!










Photography: Maria Sahlander / Styling Emma Fischer. For sale through Bjurfors

I can totally imagine padding around in this lovely apartment, how about you?!

Get the look: sitting room - prints / posters: ADORAY, Eyes Wide Shut, The lady in the bathroom,
source similar nest tables here, this moss knit blanket is similar, seagrass belly basket (I also love this macrame one),  stonewashed white linen duvet cover and pillowcases (see my bedding from the same Etsy shop in denim here - love it!). Kitchen - bentwood chair, bumling pendant light.

If you'd like to take a peek at other small spaces today try this archive (although very different from the above, I am still thinking about this wonderful studio I featured the other week...isn't it fab?!).

Have a lovely day!

PS Thank you for all your amazingly positive feedback on my new book  - both here and on Instagram - truly heartwarming!

LATESTS COMMENTS:

  1. It feels really serene and well balanced that its size doesn't matter! Lovely!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Fabulous interior. Nice consistent use of color scheme throughout other rooms. Thanks for sharing such great interior.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Wow, really love the neutral and soft colors. Would definitely feel at home there,
    Much love,
    Eva

    ReplyDelete

 

site by Ana Degenaar