A fab monochrome Swedish space

Hello Monday! This home is simply lovely, I'm not sure how the Swedish owners can bare to part with it...but part with it they are! I can't decide if it's the French balcony off the bedroom (how lovely to have linen curtains blowing in the breeze?), the light-filled dining room or the dressing room...either way, it's a beautiful space. Sweden anyone?! 

What do you reckon, could you live here?

So many items I know and love: Dining room: Thonet chairs / Scarlett Johansson print / black sheep skin. Bedroom: Rug / this clothes rail is similar . Sitting room: Print. Kitchen: vase / chopping board.

Aubergine  coloured drapes have become a popular choice for the bedroom (also seen in this and this bedroom). It's a wonderful way of breaking up the white / light grey of the walls. Although I'm still a little biased towards sheer curtains which catch the light (as seen in the serene home of a Swedish singer). A subtle white black-out blind tucked behind can do the trick to block out early morning light.

More pics of this space here (including a tour of the dressing room). I also love this walk-in wardrobe - one to add to my Pinterest board - for that day when...

Have a lovely day!

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  1. Awesome clothes rail. looks lovely here, but I like everything tucked away - hidden mess!


  2. Your blog is starting o look like lofts in new York! Way to ultramodern and not practical for home settings!!!

    1. Good feedback, thank you. Will shake things up a little with some more relaxed homes.

  3. Soo beautiful no words to explain the interior of your home its adorable. Thanks for posting here.


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