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The idyllic Swedish island holiday home

Hello Friday! Yay! Today I'm so excited to share a beautiful home with you that I hope will draw you in to the spirit of the Swedish holidays (if you're not there already!). It's an oh so stunning summer cottage on the island of Gotland belonging to photographer and stylist Amelia Widell of A Beautiful Living blog . It perfectly reflects the essence of the pared-back, relaxed Scandinavian holiday home but with a touch of mediterrenean spirit. I absolutely love the stone walls and simple, pretty way Amelia has decorated it. Summer holiday on Gotland anyone?













Photograohy / styling: Amelia Widell A Beautiful Living with kind permission - Featured in Residence magazine

*sigh* so beautiful. I particularly love the last picture of Amelia and her lovely little girl, so sweet!

Gotland is fast becoming one of Europe's hip place to visit. I'm not surprised as it's beautiful and there is just so much to see and do. For more inspirational home-tours from this little island on Sweden's east coast check out this, this and this home. Oh and you can rent this place through Air BnB - ja!!!!

My family and I are also busy packing for a trip to my mother-in-laws cottage on Skåne's west coast for a few days - I can't wait!! But it's all go, go, go so I'd better hurry!

Do you have any great plans for the weekend?

Have a lovely, relaxing couple of days and see you Monday!



LATEST COMMENTS:

  1. Hi Dear,
    thank you! So much love in this house!!! Wonderful!
    Have a great weekend
    Elisabeth

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  2. I love the last picture! Thank you so much! Uta

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  3. Wow! The space its amazing, the stone wall mixed with wood on the first picture works perfect.
    Love it!

    xx Michelle & Melissa

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  4. Amazing, very originally!

    My blog
    www.naturalnemetody.blogspot.com

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  5. What a lovely house :) I love everything about it especially the walls and ceilings. I love how the house give people the impression of an 'unfinished construction' feeling. Very original.


    Patrick Tan

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  6. Fabulous and amazing post... Thanks for this great stuff....

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