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A weekend retreat in Skåne

Hello! I hope you had a wonderful weekend! In Southern Sweden it's becoming increasingly popular/ trendy to  escape city apartments at weekends / in the summer to a 'kollonilott' (an allotment often with a small house). Seeing these pictures, it's a far cry from the small veggie patch allotment my parents had when I grew up (I remember hours of raking, digging and once trod on a slug bare foot....). This allotment site comes with a beautiful cottage owned by Emma Persson Lagerberg and is currently up for sale. 








Emma Persson LagerbergFastighetsbyrån

Coud you see yourself relaxing here?



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  1. That is so beautiful - I love it. x

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  2. What a pretty retreat. I can imagine being there and living simply...lots of good books, good food, and sunshine. Lovely!

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  3. Your Blog is awesome! i've found many inspiration for my house. It's very relaxing.

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  4. I found your blog through bloglovin' and I am hooked! Being a swede myself it is fab to see the trends everywhere! I am currently looking to redesign my room and your blog is giving me some fab ideas - so thank you :)
    Saskia x
    Sassy's Space Blog

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  5. ah, what an incredible weekend that would be! And imagine being able to do it every weekend. Wow. I love the idea of a very simple house structure geared towards a mostly outside life.

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  6. I would love to relax there. So bright a charming, and a nice getaway.

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  7. I like the kitchen! It looks so simlpe and at the same time so attractive...! I would love to cook there every weekend! Have a nice day to all of you!

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  8. This cottage looks perfect to me! I could move in straigt away (if I had the money ;) ) // Emelie

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