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Warm brown tones in a white Swedish home

Hejsan hejsan! How are you today? The days are getting daaark here now (is the sun low in the sky where you are too?) and so I'm definitely in need of a little bit of a lift today! This beautiful home fits the bill with it's large windows, white-washed wood floors, walls and ceilings. The starkness is softened by warm brown hues, soft linens and a roaring fire (love that kakelugn!). The minimalist look is down to the home staging, ready for sale, even so I could totally pad around here today and feel totally at home, how about you?!










Source: Alvhem (thank you for the tip Coco Lapine!)

Oh so lovely! 

Get the look: Ant chair (pick up a vintage set here).  brown linen blanket, natural linen pillow case and duvet cover, white bistro chair, I know it's not the same, but I love this table cloth with a double edge, brown leather apron (beautiful). 

I'm also feeling inspired by this home from home in Australia and a home inspired by nature - both of which have lovely warm brown tones.

Right, better get on with my next photo shoot before the light completely fades. Hurry! I hope you've got something fun on the cards this afternoon too?

Have a lovely day!

PS How great are these personalised Star Maps as a Christmas pressie for friends who veer on the mystic side? Happy to have the small independent business behind these - Greater Skies as a partner over the next couple of weeks.



LATEST COMMENTS:

  1. LOVE this space! Cognac & white is my happy place! ❤️❤️❤️

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  2. Very, very nice place! I love the lightness of it.
    Here in the Netherlands it's raining for 2 days now. It never became light yesterday and today. So, candles all over the place and 'Hygge' with coffee and cake.

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  3. The artwork in this apartment is quite incredible. It bonds everything together in a very "sexy" way, giving it just the right punch to make it feel "naughty"! Loved it!

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