The dreamy home of Sara Medina Lind

Happy lillördag (or 'little Saturday'), definitely calls for one of these this evening - nothing complicated! Fancy joining me?! I once showed the home of half Swedish half Canarian photographer Sara Medina Lind here. And excitingly, today I stumbled on a treasure trove of more stunning pictures (including the last four images styled by Pella Hedeby for IKEA). Safe to say Sara's home is an exercise in restraint - decorated in fresh whites (save for the new dark grey bedroom wall), she's allowed only the most beautiful of details to enter the four walls. The result is positively dreamy. Let's take a tour...

All photography: Sara Medina Lind. Last four images styled by Pella Hedeby for IKEA and found here.

*sigh* - such a beautiful home - could you imagine living here?

A quick guide on where items are from: sofa (in Blekinge white), chaise lounges, RANARP wall lamp, black work lamp, these vintage artist paint brushes are similar as is this lovely vintage industrial style lamp. Dark grey linen bedding.

Try Farrow & Ball 'Railings' for a similar dark grey paint colour. 

I know I don't even need to ask but you can see more pics of Sara's home and her photography work if you'd like over on her blog or instagram. Oh yes!

Other links I'm loving today:

Imagine hanging out at this Norwegian 'hytte' for a week or two? 

How about these hues for a simply beautiful palette?

I've been looking for a set of champagne coupes (like the one shown in the link at the beginning of this post) for I don't know how long - it seems like this spot on Etsy is just the place (love this vintage set from the fifties).



  1. I'm korean and intersted in interior.
    I was know these interior blogs through korea self interior books.
    this blog is soooo nice and it is my style!

  2. Beautiful photos, I love the different types of lighting, and the crisp white decor x

  3. Love it! So much light and pretty details!

  4. Lovely photos - this is a definite style - outwardly calming but not so sure it's liveable or sustainable with kids, pets, food etc - love the light and the details - but the houses/rooms all look interchangeable like they all shop at the same store. I do love the artist homes - where they mix it up a bit more and you get the feeling the people who live there are individuals - which I guess they are.

  5. Your piece of writing is outstanding. Nobody can compete this site to others. best portable ice maker

  6. I am drawn to Scandinavian "starkness", for lack of a better word at the moment. I would love to create this feeling in my own home, so can you suggest what "whites" in paints would give this beautiful glow? Anything you'd recommend in Benjamin Moore, Valspar, Sherwin Williams, Behr, etc. that are available here in America?


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