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My sitting room - in detail!

Do you find that you suddenly get really tired of a room (or area) in your home? I'd been thinking about changing my sitting room for over 6 months as it just didn't feel cosy enough (see the before pictures here), and isn't that what this part of the home is all about?! You might recall from a post a few weeks back that I finally got around to shaking it up (with a little help from my friend Gen). The first thing I did was sell my old sofa and replace it with a Söderhamn three-seat sofa with chaise-longues with a Bemz urban loose fit cover in Rosendal pure washed linen in silver grey. We also felt that to turn this little corner of my home into a true Autumn haven it would need a few other changes too - some old, some new. By popular demand (feeling the love friends, feeling the love!), here is a guide to where everything is from...







Photography: Niki Brantmark - My Scandinavian Home. Design / Styling - Genevieve Jorn.

Where to buy:

Söderhamn three-seat sofa with chaise longues with Bemz urban loose fit cover in Rosendal pure washed linen in silver grey / light and grey cushions / purple-grey cushion / rug / Z1 pendant lamp / Prints:  Blue Waters by Trine Holbaek / Paris 01 by Hilde Mork / Adoray by Nicoline A. Milton / Portofino by Peytil / The lady in the bathroom by Francois Fontaine / picture frames / vintage scissor lamp / grey gradvis vase / bench / Sinnerlig jar with lid / test tube and stand from Hamburg chemistry lab -1930s (find similar here), linen curtains / Muuto side-table / Arv bowl.

If I've missed anything just give me a shout in the comment section below!

You can see more corners of my home (past and present) here (if this post comes up first, just scroll passed to reach others!).

I'd love to hear more about your home - is there anything you're dying to change?

Have a lovely day!

PS I'm feeling a little bleary eyed after four incredible days in the Arctic. It's such an amazing part of the world. At times you'd be forgiven for thinking you're in the Caribbean. It was also so far out into the wilderness that I almost felt like a an imposter - and we were occasinally joined by curious porpoises, sea otters, fish, and sea birds. Today I'm heading off for a photoshoot at Gen's - keep an eye on instagram stories for a peek behind the scenes! 

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  2. A wonderful idea, I like it
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  3. Such a lovely corner. I love your gallery wall, by the way!

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    1. aaa, thank you! The gallery wall is all thanks to The Poster Club, they have the most wonderful prints!

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  4. Beautiful corner of your home! And I cannot imagine how amazing the Artic could be (at least in summer!). Chears from the other side of the world!

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    1. It really was incredible - can definitely recommend a visit (in summer!). Thank you for your lovely words about my sitting room :)

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  5. Love love love what you've done with it! So cosy and soft looking... I could spend all afternoon drinking tea and reading on your sofa. : )

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    1. Thank you Alex! It's a dangerous corner - always looking at me from the other side of my laptop and begging me to come over and sit down for a while...!

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  6. Typical Scandinavian cool and comfortable love the art work

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  7. It looks beautiful! I love the combination of the silvery linen and the textured wood - perfect for autumn!

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  8. What a wonderful transformation! All the natural elements, the fabrics, textures and the gallery wall make it so cosy! And how great it is to have friends who are interior stylists :) !

    Warmest,
    Valerie

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