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Swedish apartment with a mid-century touch

This is a perfect home to brighten up a dreary Monday in February with it's bold colours and patterns and cool prints.  I love the way the home has been designed to maximise the use of space too, for example the hall double's up as a work space and the area between two doors has been used to hang children's coats. It's fun, slightly quirky and very cool, I like it! How about you?








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What do like most about this family apartment?

I spy: the Vitra Panton chair (15% discount with code MYSCAN), the Magis Puppy Chair in the children's bedroom, the Rosendahl Arne Jacobsen Bankers Clock is similar to the wall clock. A vintage PH5 pendant lamp (try Lauritz). The Artichoke Suspension light is similar to the one they have over the dining table.

For other apartments with a mid-century touch try this fab house owned by a stylist and fashion photographer, the very cool Row House and this Dalarna home which takes mid-century to a whole new level!

Have a lovely start to the week!



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  1. Wow, this place has taken my breath away! How stunning! x

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  2. Where can we see the rest of the apartment, like the bathroom and the children's room?

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    1. Hi Rachael. If you click on the Bjurfors link underneath the last image you can see lots more images from this home including the children's bedroom and bathroom :) Enjoy! /Niki

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