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The worry-free way of buying a home, Stockholm style

I'll never forget selling our apartment and buying our house - all the emotion and worry involved, have you been through the same?! Imagine, if you could try out the property before making up your mind? Get a feeling of how the light falls, the layout, the neighbourhood. Now that would be something. And likewise, as a seller, how great would it be if you weren't in a hurry to sell but instead could relax and wait until the right offer came along, say in 12 months time? Enter Nooks. A Stockholm based property business offering a range of options like this (including the option to place your home on Airbnb). Genius! Personally, I'd be happy to give this apartment a whirl. It looks super relaxed, full of light and has views over the rooftops of Stockholm. What do you reckon?










Images: Nooks

The first picture's a bit baffling.... did you spot the illusion?!

Get the look: wishbone chairs, rattan chair, source a vintage suitcase here, I love this selection of vintage moroccan rugs.

Other homes with a colourful boho vibe include one of my all time favourites - a swedish home with black floors and the happy home of a Dutch illustrator.

Have a great start to the week! 



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  1. I love the colour. I have white walls (mostly white walls) but also lots of colour and that's my style.

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  2. There are many places all over the USA that have Rent with the Option to Buy .. it is a great way of seeing if you really want to live there .

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  3. That's such a clever idea!!! Gutted we don't have that concept in the UK. We are currently 5 MONTHS in to the process of buying our house and am TOTALLY stressed out by the fact we still can't go in and measure up for furniture etc. Reading interiors blogs like yours is getting me so excited but frustrated :)

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