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A rustic retreat on Sweden's west coast

This converted barn and tower in Korslid, near Bottna, on Sweden's west coast is the country home of writer and journalist Kenneth Kauppi, gardener Catherine Thelander and their family. Recently featured in Lantliv, the family have lovingly renovated the farm buildings over 25 years to create a beautiful rustic open living space and studio. The family love to stay in the summer to relax, swim and kayak in the archipelago, explore the great open spaces that surround the house and generally take some downtime. I can certainly see why!







Photographer Patric Johansson with kind permission. Lantliv.
Such a lovely rustic retreat, I especially like the art work what about you? And there's that indoor swing again....



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  1. Yes!!!!! Arrangements like this one are calling us so loudly! Great blog :) I love to read like orning newspaper. Difference is here I'll find no bad news....

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  2. Here's me :)http://crafty-sy.blogspot.com/

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  3. Lovely summer home! Red chairs in the dining area are my favs!

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  4. What a gorgeous place to be able to go and relax - I love the double height ceilings, exposed beams and wooden textures. Lovely!

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  5. Oh, I love it! It's such a gorgeous way of living on an old farm with that special athmophere.

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  6. The red accents inside look great!

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  7. I love how they added the accents of red and blue, not too much but enough to break up the softer colors.

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  8. What a wonderful retreat! and love the beams!

    xx

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  9. This place is so cute, I love the style!!!

    www.thestelstyle.com

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  10. Love that little painting on the shelf with the dishes! where can I find out who did it??

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  11. I love it ! So cottage ! And the kitchen, wow !!
    Thank you for this article girl !

    See you :)

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  12. Wow. Those red chairs just pop so nicely and all that beautiful texture though out the place. I mostly like the floor runner in the kitchen and the antlers on the shelf.

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  13. This is very cosy. Thanx for the nice pictures!

    perihan

    http://ludorn.wordpress.com

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  14. Looks stunning!
    I'd live here. It's lovely and so plain, very restful.

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  15. I love what trasmattor can do to an interior :) Makes it look so nice and cosy.

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