A lovely Swedish turn-of-the-century apartment

Hello! I hope you had a fab weekend? It was lovely and sunny here in Southern Sweden so we spent most of the time in the garden, with friends popping in and out and kids coming in for the odd plaster for a scraped knee (a true sign of summer?!)- just the way a weekend should be right?! And suddenly, at the blink of an eye, it's back to work - Guh! But it's not all bad - I have a really beautiful home to show you! This turn of the century Swedish gem in Gothenburg has everything a home design lover could ask for - light-filled large rooms, high ceilings, lovely period features and owners (designers?) with impeccable taste! Let's feast our eyes......

Stadshem. Photography: Jonas Berg.

*So lovely* - don't you think?

I especially like the home office in shades of grey, with a daybed for reflecting and light streaming in through the balcony doors (see the master bedroom and the rest of the tour here). Perfect! Is there anything you love in particular about this home?

Get the look: kitchen - white bumling pendant light, Dagg vase, N°214 wall light DCW, rustic stool (love this!). sitting room - Private 0204 rugs are similar, black moroccan pouf, marshall speakers, Adnet mirror, Tati coffee table. Hallway - Sinnerlig bench. Bedroom - sinnerlig daybed, sinnerlig lamp, Eames chair.

I got really pin happy yesterday evening - here are a few of my favourites:

A beautiful nook / daybed

Loving this DIY idea! I just need to find a good window....

7 tips to edit your wardrobe.

Your beach house for the week? or a simple way to bring a touch of the tropics to your home....

Have a wonderful start to the week!


  1. Do you know where the grey sofa is from? I'm looking for one like that!

    1. Hi Jenn, I was wondering the same. It looks a little like the one by Muuto but I don't think it is. Perhaps someone else can shed some light on this?

  2. Gorgeous photos and thank you for including my 7 tips in your link roundup! xx


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