The monochrome home of Swedish interior stylist Elin Kickén

Oh wow - I do believe it's the end of the working week - woohaaay! April and May are my absolute busiest months - do you find that too? It seems the same is happening in the Swedish real estate market - I simply can't believe how many homes are for sale right now - which let's face it, is an ideal situation for all of us!! Swedish interior stylist Elin Kickén is the latest to sell her home (I once showed her previous (whiter) home here). Which means lots of wonderful, inspiring pictures for us to enjoy over the weekend (and if you live in Gothenburg -  even a new home perhaps?!). Elin has decorated her home using a monochome scheme which is softened by warm lustrous textiles and a play with different shapes. Let's take a tour...

Alvhem. Home-owner / interior designer Elin Kickén.

It's safe to say, Elin has nailed the monochrome look wouldn't you say?!

And her small bedroom is inspiring too - a tricky narrow room which she has made look sooooo cosy! 

There are so many items I love in this home including: sitting room - the house doctor cluster lamp (available here and here), sofa similar to mine (North from Bolia), Muuto leaf floor lamp. Painting by Karin Wästlund.  Kitchen: Flos aim light. This glass tea pot is similar. Bedroom - white waffle bedspread, By Lassen stropp leather hangers (I've got these in cognac).

Does anyone know where the white armchair is from - I'd love to know... and be able to update the post! 

Linkage for the weekend:

What a beautiful hallway?

There's something so Zen about this bath tub! And I kind of like the industrial style of this shower too.

The awe-inspiring 'Thong House' (love the name!) in Vietnam.

A cute porch / terrace.

Loving these nooks and niches.

Trend alert - grey hardwood floors as seen in Elin's home too (we've got these across two floors in our home and I love them!). 

Must-have item for the summer - a pom pom blanket, I can't decide on this, this or this one

Imagine dropping everything and moving to a Swedish cottage like this one, is only for the weekend - with not a care in the world!

Have a wonderful end to the week! Skål!

 PS Tomorrow I'll be featuring my suggestions on affordable limited edition art so definitely drop by if you have the time!

PPS I'm loving working from home today, our wisteria is in full bloom and the clematis over the arch in the garden is bursting with little pink flowers - makes me #happy! Here's a snapshot of our sitting room with the garden beyond I captured just now from my phone....(although it's a bit tricky to see - might have to get my camera out later!). 


  1. I like the kitchen and bedroom, but that living room is downright dreary! :/

    1. The kitchen and bedroom a great - love the Flos light over the kitchen table!

  2. What a stunning home! I personally love the sitting room, striking yet relaxed. I'd like to know where the white chair comes from too. Kirsten

  3. The armchair is very lovely but i don´t know the brand :( I have the busy May as well, I´m looking forward to relax on holiday next month :-)

    1. Definitely Petra! Are you going anywhere nice?

    2. Niki, not too far, going into another country - in Slovakia, namely the High Tatras and plan mainly tourism and wellness :) I can recommend local pure nature :) And on august i can visit Scotland and see the places from my favorite series Outlander :-)

    3. Sounds wonderful! You got me googling 'High Tatras' (which looks stunning!) - and I used to live in Scotland!

    4. Yes, the Tatras are wonderful and mainly the people are so friendly and mindful of tradition (which I personally appreciate) :-) I don´t go for the first time and because we have an old uncle there, he always show us new corners :-) And to Scotland I´m looking forward tremendously !!!

  4. I love to sleep in small bedroom.
    The Insta pic with your living room is great! :)

  5. What an elegant kitchen ... thanks for this sneak peek!

  6. That armchair looks like this one


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