Beautifully renovated workers cottage

Today it was 30 degrees in Southern Sweden - THIRTY! Which I think calls for inspiration from a cool, airy, home.  This 19th century workers cottage in Queensland, Australia, featured in Remodelista, is the fabulous home of photographer, stylist, buyer and seller Kara Rosenlund. Kara and her husband lovingly restored and renovated the home back to it's former glory adding a unique contemporary touch. Beautiful, and perfect for a lovely sunny day (just watch out for the pineapples.....)!

Photography, renovation and stylins: Kara Rosenlund, via Remodelista

For a great read about this home visit Remodelista (thank you so much to the guys at Remodelista for allowing me to publish these lovely images :)  

Have a nice evening!


  1. Beautiful. We beat you it was 32 in Cambridge!

  2. I absolutely love that white on white country kitchen! And please, please - send some sun and warm weather to here! We had some 14 degrees with cold wind today...

  3. I love the unexpected portrait painting in the kitchen - such an eye catcher!

  4. It's been that hot in Londontown as well - yikes! Thanks for the (much needed!) refreshing inspiration. :)

  5. 30?! Love all the white washed wood and natural tones in this home. Stay cool Niki!

  6. oh that looks like a great kitchen ( need a new kitchen)

  7. Love all the muted colours, can only imagine how lovely Malmo looks in the heat and sunshine!

  8. Wow 30 degrees! I hoped you found a great way to stay cool...The all white kitchen is absolutely fabulous. Also love the clawfoot tub.

  9. Stunning home, I love the living room and the bathroom. So peaceful and relaxing! I love the Celsius to Fahrenheit difference, haha. 30 degrees to me means freezing temperatures, until I realize the rest of the world works in Celsius!

  10. White decor always signifies class and royalty.The most attractive piece according to me was the round lamp in the bathroom.Fabulous decor...the designer's effort is worth appreciating.


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