A beautifully renovated Helsingborg home

Hello! I thought we'd head to my husband's home town of Helsingborg, Sweden today and this beautiful home. The house was built in 1928 and was bought from an old lady who'd lived their for 60 years. Josefin and her husband Christian lovingly renovated the house from scratch just in time for the birth of their little baby boy Melker this Summer. And with fantastic results! I love the huge double doors, the touches of mid-century, and the way bold fabrics and textiles add to an otherwise all white room. Oh and spot the flamingo! 

AliceAugusta with kind permission

The house is now for sale as the family are moving to the beautiful island of Öland off Sweden's east coast (next door to Gotland as per yesterday's house tour) to be nearer to Josefin's family. They would love to take their wonderful house with them and I can't blame them but will definitely look for a new renovation project. I can't wait to see what they do next! How about you?

I also love this summer cottagethis rustic hotel and this converted brewery on Gotland (just to give you a flavour of the area!). 

Don't miss tomorrow's give-away, I think you're going to like it....

PS Thank you for the tip on today's home tour Mette x


  1. Sencillamente espectacular.Qué maravilla de altura y de puertas.

  2. Very beautiful, I love old houses and this one is so nice and it is right, the doble doors are perfect.

  3. The pocket doors and those bold striped curtains are fantastic!! What awesome touches all throughout. xo

  4. Oh my God, it's so lovely! Especially the kitchen! Gorgeous!

  5. Love your first picture!

    Have a nice weekend!

  6. wow. i mean... wow!!!!
    so beautiful

  7. I love Scandinavian interiors !!
    Great photos !

  8. Love the green chair against the black and white striped curtains and zig zag rug - & your blog!! X

  9. jag är lycklig ägare av lägenheten nu :)


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