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A Danish sitting room transforms from summer to autumn

Although I'd love the summer to last forever, it seems the leaves are slowly turning here in Sweden and snug winter woolies are just around the corner. One of my friends in Copenhagen, Tina Fussell, photographer, writer and stylist extraordinaire, has completely embraced the new season by updating her sitting room with accessories, flowers and cushions. The dark colours create a cocoon-like feel, perfect for cosying under a blanket and wiling away a chilly scandinavian winter. These lovely pics show the gradual tranformation....












All photos: Valentina Fussell, Traveling Mama

Will you make any changes in your home this season?

A few tips on where items are from: Tom Ford book, silver coffee pot, Grey cabinet, Voluspa candle, desk light, Kartell Papyrus chair.

I couldn't resist throwing in the last pic - I think Monday's are made for long breakfasts, don't you?! Start the week as you mean to go on!

You can see a complete tour of Tina and her family's lovely Danish home here.


Other homes with rich dark grey walls include this fabulous Australian holiday home, a wonderful French home and this luxurious Swedish bedroom

Have a lovely day!

PS only a couple of days left to vote in the Amara interior blog awards (sponsored by luxury gifts & designer homeware store Amara). I'm so excited to be one of the nominees - my voting page is here, if you'd like to send a little love my way. 

PPS Swedish friends - I am volunteering with the red cross this month - if you are please interested take a look at this video (in Swedish).



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