An elegant Swedish space in neutrals

Oh to live in an apartment like this. The high ceilings, the beautiful wood floor, the original kakelugn (tiled fireplace). The space oozes elegance and serenity. The good news is it could be one of ours (it's for sale! - ha! Sweden anyone?!). The less good news is the furniture's not included- loving that safari daybed. Emigrating to Sweden or not, we all get to enjoy this beautiful space in all it's neutral glory right here, today. Could you see yourself padding around this apartment?

We might not all have a spacious, light filled space but we can take inspiration from the lovely details - for example, there's always space for the aforementioned daybed right? The lovely palm (in a zinc pot from Granit) and rugs (try Le Souk) add an exotic Moroccan feel. And I'm loving that nook - which is actually great small space inspiration - the owners have used the bottom shelf as a little spot for a coffee break - see other fab nooks here for inspiration.

Is there anything that stands out to you about this space?

Other spacious, light filled spaces include the beautiful Danish home on a hill and the breathtaking home of Danish novelist Annika Von Holdt (if you don't follow her beautiful life on instagram, it's a must!).

Have a lovely day! 

PS I was so happy yesterday's holiday home was so popular among those of you in Canada (in particular), thanks for all your comments. I've added Georgian Bay to my travel hit list!


  1. What a beautiful space. I'd love to be snuggled in the sheepskin on that daybed! The kitchen's pretty snazzy too.

  2. That space with the rug and the leather armchairs is just lovely and even though I wouldn't have imagine such a spot in a Scandi home (it has USA country vibes, don't you think?) I think it looks beautiful!

  3. I love Scandinavian home decor, especially the Swedish rugs, they are so fun!


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