A charming one room Swedish apartment

After two days rushing around it's lovely to be back home again enjoying a slow morning - coffee by my side (loving my new brewer), candles lit, snow outside the window, ah, so civilised! Today's home tour is a master class in how to decorate a one room apartment  (it's mere 45 m2 - (480 f2) - really!).  The space has everything - lovely open kitchen and dining area, cosy sitting room, private sleeping nook (tucked behind the wall), and even a cosy chill-out corner (above the bedroom).  Loving the white floors, pretty pastel accents and fabulous artwork too! What a charming studio?

Våningen & Villan

Could you imagine pottering around here today? I certainly could!

Get the look: source industrial pendant lights here, Smeg refrigerator, Aröd floor lamp. Although not sold in a pair - how nice is this vintage wall lamp - I might buy it to go opposite my scissor lamp?), mix and match pastel chairs. Does anyone know who the large piece of art is by? If so wonderful if you can leave a comment below. 

Other links I like today:

Life changing morning rituals (I was hoping it wasn't going to start with waking up earlier....).

Ten stunning IKEA hacks and ten ideas to steal from scandi summer cottages.

This wood closet is fab. 

I love this beautiful Scandinavian-inspired Tumblr - all the pictures are lovely.

How fabulous (and romantic) is this tree house?  

Could these be the cutest kids jumpers ever?

Yesterday's home tour had everyone divided - some loved the space and couldn't wait to move in and others not so much (which camp were you in?). Thanks for taking the time to leave your thoughts, a lively discussion always adds so much to a post! 

Have a lovely day! 


  1. I think they've really made the most out of the space, whilst still keeping a personal feel to it. Btw, your slow coffee morning with snow outside your window sounds lush! Lots of love from Bianca, Little Scandinavian in London x

    1. Lovely to hear from you Bianca. I do love being all cosy inside when there's snow on the ground - I heard you got some in london too?!

  2. You said it, charming!

  3. What a fantastic use of space! Inspiring!

    1. It really is - and yet it feels spacious too - must be all the white and high ceilings.

  4. I could definitely see myself living here! So bright, and well laid-out, it doesn't feel like a small studio at all.


    1. I know, it's the kind of place that would be perfect for a person living on their own or in a couple. So cosy!

  5. Beautiful! I too, have a slow cup of coffee every morning. Let me know if you ever come to Canada, I'd love for you to join me!!

    1. Canada is definitely on my list of places to visit - will certainly drop by for a slow coffee morning if I do, thanks for the invite! :)

  6. So beautiful! Love your blog!

  7. Loved this tour! Especially the mint SMEG fridge!

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