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White and wood Malmö apartment

It wouldn't be a usual week on My Scandinavian Home without showing a local Malmö apartment for sale! This lovely white and wood home is bang in the centre of town in the old quarter of Gamla Väster. I spy an Andy Warhol print, Arne Jacobsen series 7 chairs, and the Verner Panton Flowerpot pendant light. But what I spy most of all is the beautiful painting in the kitchen. It's amazing how one painting can make such a statement, I wonder who it's by?








Bo-laget
Such a lovely apartment. I told you there's something in the Southern Swedish air that makes everyone so stylish and creative :) is there anything you love in particular about this pad?
Hej då for now....



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  1. the simplicity and light and crisp lines wins every time for me.......x
    Oh and the black and white and the.........

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  2. I love the cute puppy hanging out in the living room ad the gorgeous bedding in the bedroom. Awesome pad! I agree, there must be something in the air.

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  3. "coucou..."
    i love your "home", i love this home...
    all the best...
    bye bye

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  4. so restful and beautiful ...
    thank you for sharing!
    Barbara :)

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  5. I just love the calm and serene feel of Swedish design...gorgeous apartment!

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  6. My fave would have to be how they used the wardrobe to create a perfect nook for a twin mattress. Also love those tall ceilings.

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  7. The pop of art around the home is so lovely (warm, cozy, FUN feel). I love the wood floor colors. Great find Niki!

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  8. Such a lovely pad! I love the wardrobe. Simple but elegant.

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  9. It's always so nice when you live in the southern part of Europe, spend a few days in Copenhagen, take one afternoon to go to Malmo, fall in love with Gamla Vaster, feel addicted with Scandinavia and then finding this apartment here! I would move in!!!!

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  10. It's ok but those chairs aren't AJ's series 7, but reproductions. There are 2 visual give-aways in the picture - the absence of a certain elegant curve in the seat and the feet.

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