Swedish home in white. grey and brown

Good morning and hello December! I hope you had a lovely weekend? Today I love this cosy Swedish apartment decorated in grey, white and brown.

I think what makes this apartment so cosy are the slightly rougher white wood floor, the mix of cushions on the sofa, throws and sheepskin rugs as well as the warm brown accent colour.

I've never seen a vintage drinks trolley as a bed side table before have you? How cool. Perhaps I should move my mid-century one to my bedroom?!

I also love this stunning home in Oslo which also uses lots of brown - wow! What do you think?

Have a lovely day!


  1. I love it all!
    The white floor is my dream...
    Greetings from Poland:)

  2. The brown adds a nice accent to the decor

  3. I wanna move in right away! :-D
    So beautiful! Thanks for sharing.

  4. It makes me want to paint my floors white, but oh I know that would not be looked on highly here.

  5. Ooh look, they've hung my initial above the sofa in preparation of my move in! ;) Loving the white floors as usual, and that bar cart as a night table is genius! xo

  6. Who could have thought that a bit of brown could make such a difference. Brown objects somehow make the whiteness seem even more pristine.

  7. Hi, very lovely home, I love the floors and the doors...:)

  8. Wow, stunning home and yes, the brown really warms up the space along with the sheepskin. I LOVE the bedroom in the Oslo house - those walls are beautiful. I had a bedroom that was painted dark brown with lots of gold and wood - it was VERY cozy and warm. I still miss it. Have a great week! ;-)

  9. Gud jag har fått hjärnsläpp --- jag vet det djupt in men tappat det. Vart kommer tavlan ifrån? Tack!

  10. do you have any idea where to find that kitchen table - i absolutely love it! or might it just be a single piece from the fleamarket?


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