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A pretty Gothenburg apartment with a fab work space

Hello Tuesday! It's a beautiful morning here in Southern Sweden. The sun's shining, the sky's blue. Spring's finally arrived and it's time for morning coffees in the garden- yay! This Gothenburg apartment is so Scandinavian fresh with it's white walls, light wood walls, muted tones and natural textures. I'm inspired!









Stadshem
Such a beautiful space don't you think?!

The work space is truly wonderful and not that difficult to achieve. You can get the look using String system shelves, a bright coloured cardboard basket or boxes for stationary, an industrial-style frame fitted with cool Moroccan style tiles (love, love, love these!), a chrome desk lamp and basket for paperwork.

The other thing I like about this apartment is my breakfast's already laid out waiting for me.....boiled egg anyone?!

For other beautiful homes in muted tones it's worth taking a peek at this apartment in Helsinki, this fresh Stockholm space and Tine K's stunning Danish home. *Sigh*.So pretty!

Have a lovely Tuesday!



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  1. Beautiful place, I love the simplicity of the decoration!!

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  2. I must say, I get your love for the Morrocan tiles, they're so pretty!
    Thank your for this inspiration.

    Femke

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  3. Love those tiled top tables. The mix of industrial with the intricate pattern- brilliant.

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  4. gorgeous apartment. love everything!

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  5. That's a leather-covered Ikea chair, right?

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