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Retro Stockholm apartment

As usual wonderful styling by the Swedish estate agent Fantastic Frank (note the flowers in glass bottles, the open vintage suitcase and the leaves taped to the wall). It helps when they have a fab retro style apartment to play with too. Mint walls combined with mid-century teak (I spy a a vintage drinks trolley in teak like mine) and the Copper Shade Pendant by Tom Dixon make for a very cool home, in my eyes. And I love the small details too such as the siver birch tree trunk in the hallway used as a coat stand - potential DIY project?









Fantastic Frank
Any take home ideas for your home?

Before I rush off I just want to thank you so much for all your lovely comments about my new kitchen blackboard wall yesterday. I really do appreciate reading all your thoughts and views and it makes writing the blog all the more worthwhile.

And secondly, my blog friend Tracey is having a give-away, if you love fun, bright notecards nip over and enter here. But I still want to win OK?

Have a lovely evening!



LATEST COMMENTS:

  1. I would love to have a desk like that one, a giant window streaming in sunlight all day. I could write up a storm in that set-up! :)

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  2. as soon as i saw the living room i pictured myself on it cuddled up with a glass of wine watching a movie. it's so youthful but with grown up taste, i love it.

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  3. One of the things on my 101 Things in 1,001 Days list is to make my living room beautiful. Basically it’s one giant MEH. I don’t know how to layer very well, so I’m looking forward to hunting around here for help. And I’m not sure I get the double take approach. I could reeeeeally use some video instructions.

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