White and wood home in Lomma

Hello! Back to something Scandinavian today and closer to home in the Southern Sweden west coast village of Lomma. This pretty white and wood home has been photographed by blogger and interior shop owner Daniella Witte for Nya Hem. I love how the pared back look has been softened by the use of patterned textiles for a homely feel.

Stylist: Suzanna Nilsson, Photographer: Daniella Witte for Nya Hem.
We're kind of used to seeing all white spaces so it's kind of interesting to see a wooden floor with a wooden ceiling, what do you think of this look?

Pictures shown with kind permission from Daniella.

I'm actually in London today (re-charging my British batteries for a few days). I can't believe I'll have lived in Sweden for 10 years next summer! This is definitely reflected in the way I have styled my home.  It's always nice to pop home though :)


  1. Simply WOW. I don't know why, but wood & whites is an ongoing winning combination. It looks warm, comfy and it makes colours, textures and patterns pop really beautifully!

  2. Wow! look so serene and lovely, is beautiful!


  3. A beautiful home. I love the personalising and softening effect of all the fabrics and rugs...and would love to see a close up of that painting. A person trudging a up a hill? Love the antique desk too!

  4. very beatiful design,,,, i love this artcle

  5. GREAT design GREAT pics! Thanks for sharing Niki. I luv the first photo - the elegant warm simplicity with the black pop of 'color' from the side table and wall art/photo. I hope u had a GREAT time in London!

  6. I can totally see why you recharge your batteries in London, it's the most amazing city on the planet! Enjoy! xo Caroline

  7. That kitchen is perfect. I always go for the kitchens even though I don't cook! Have fun in London! And congrats on your 10 year Sweden anniversary. What a lovely milestone. xo

  8. So warm and beautiful!!I can't take my eyes of the kitchen!Is amazing!


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