Duvet day in this beautiful bedroom?!

Summer is back - or perhaps it always feels like summer in this serene Swedish bedroom? Light floors, light wood furniture, neutral colours, rattan and a touch of greenery.  Oh how I'd love be back in bed, enjoying a duvet day here right now. How about you?

55Kvadrat. Post inspired by Decordots with thanks
*sigh* so lovely! Breakfast in bed anyone?!

The only thing I notice is that it doesn't have any wardrobe space (save for the open rail). But for artistic license shall we just pretend there's a walk-in-wardrobe like this one lurking somewhere else in the flat?!

Tips on where a few items are from: Bamboo pendant light, similar chunky knit cushion here. Muuto wood light, Kritina Dam 'Vault' print, Copenhagen print.

More fabulous bedrooms include this Dutch space, this boat house and all of these lovely rooms.  And top marks for paint inspiration go to the fab bedrooms in this Parisien design hotel. You'll never bump your head in this crazy bedroom either...

Have a lovely day!

PS I've got a print give-away this weekend, if you're looking for something fab for your walls make sure you stop by!


  1. I love this bedroom, especially the rattan pendant light. It gives the summer-y touch to the room. Mine is a bit more colorful, but still quiet & peaceful, nonetheless, I still love a good all white interior.


  2. Everything is so beautiful!

  3. Wow! Such a dreamy place! :) Can't go wrong with light colours! Xx

  4. What a beautiful place with calming tones..I love it, simply I do.. Thank you for such amazing inspiration.


  5. yes, if I could please escape to this bedroom for a duvet day that would be ideal, thanks!

  6. This officially makes me an old lady. But no, I couldn't relax in there, I'd have to get up and go out and buy a wardrobe and a bookcase!

  7. To decorate your home or even your wallpaper, it is very important to look for some unique ideas. For better options, you can visit the online site too.

  8. It's such a mess I couldn't relax until everything was tidied.


Post a Comment

Privacy Notice: We do not share personal information with third-parties nor do we store information we collect about your visit to this blog for use other than to analyze content performance through the use of cookies, which you can turn off at anytime by modifying your Internet browser's settings. We are not responsible for the republishing of the content found on this blog on other Web sites or media without our permission. This privacy policy is subject to change without notice.

Subscribe To My Scandinavian Home

Subscribe to My Scandinavian Home

skovby ad


site by ANAAR

This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website.