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Get the look: a calm Swedish apartment!

Hello! So it's back to Sweden today and a tour of a lovely apartment in Gothenburg. Safe to say, if I was to envisage my dream apartment, this would be it. The original period features, high ceiling and light wood floor are perfection - and I can already picture myself throwing open the balcony door and drinking in the sunlight (along with my extra strong coffee!), not to mention getting together for a candlelit dinner with friends in the kitchen. Getting carried away - who me?!  The beautiful space has been decorated in shades of grey, pops of brass and cognac and the hint of a pale pink accent which is so very now and yet timeless too. I spy some very fine classics too. Enjoy the tour!










Beautiful photography by Anders Bergstedt for Entrance.

Could you imagine living here too?!

I guess we can't all move to Gothenburg in an instant (sadly), but we can still get the look! Here are a few items I love (links beneath):





1. Mobil 5 pendant  2.  Dusty rose linen cushion 3. Slope leather dining chair 4. Ikea cabinet 
5. Round jute mat 6. Lup wall candle holder (feeling like I need one of these in my life!) 7. Mantis BS2 wall light 8. Hay oak elephant table 9. Thonet dining chair 10. grey linen tablecloth (available in different sizes).

News in from Sarah (thank you!) - the fab brass shower is from Swedish shop Tapwell.

Off for a very late lunch at Malmö Saluhall (one of my fave lunch spots - take a peek on Instagram stories to see why!) and then planning a little photography at home today - will need to play some tunes and light a candle or two to set the mood (it's kind of dark outside) - what are you up to?

Have a lovely day!

10 comments:

Sarah Freilich said...

Hello! The brass shower head is from Tapwell, I've got one myself :)

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Sofia . The Cozie said...

Loving the matte black accents with the natural wood! Such a great combo to add a level of sophistication while still keeping the place light. This is a rare find that I feel like would be easy to call "home"!

xo, Sofia
www.thecozie.co

Lisa said...

The layout of the kitchen and those windows! Today we picked some of the last huckleberries in the yard. The weather is getting chilly.

My Scandinavian Home said...

Thanks so much Sarah - wow, you must have the most amazing bathroom! :)

My Scandinavian Home said...

Yes, totally agree! :)

My Scandinavian Home said...

I love how spacious the kitchen is - with that long table down the middle! How lovely re the huckleberries - what are you planning on making?

Velvet said...

This is a really stylish flat. (I really liked the brass shower head too - nice touch).

The f and f Club said...

I'm in love! Wouldn't wait a sec to move in! Lovely
Lena xx

thefandfclub.blogspot.co.at

KMP Furniture Blog said...

I very much like how the furniture creates a contrast while still keeping things light in the room. Natural light is much better than any lighting. And the decor on the sides of the ceiling is just beautiful and irreplaceable.

 

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