A lovely laid back flat in Malmö, Sweden

Hello! How was your weekend?! We headed out for a walk and barbecue in the forest on Saturday (one of our favourite ways to wile away a day) and then yesterday I had a photo shoot at my friend Gen's flat (you might recognise her name as I've featured her fab office and kitchen before), it was so much fun! More pics to follow later on in the week. Meanwhile, just round the corner is another cosy apartment which has just gone on the market.  There is something so warm about this space, don't you think? Enjoy!

This apartment is for sale through Bolaget.

I love how relaxed and personal this space feels!

It makes me want to string some lights up and paint a few walls (Farrow & Ball sells similar colours)....and as for that Palm Jungle wallpaper?! Love it!

I also love the vintage kimono- not only does it make a perfect robe, it also adds to the decor too!

Is there anything that stands out to you?

Other items I know and love in this southern Sweden apartment: sitting room / dining area Stockholm sofa in Sandbacka green from IKEA, Eames chairs, string lights, source vintage botanical school posters here (this one from Slovakia is particularly lovely!).   Outdoors - Gotland sheepskin.

Have a wonderful start to the week!

PS Amazingly excited to discover today that Vogue has included me in their list of '10 interior instagrams to follow now' list! It's made my week and it's only just started. Thank you Vogue! 


  1. Hello! it's another beautiful space you're sharing today. The wallpaper is Palm Jungle by Cole and Son ;) It exists in different shades. I don't really like it because I've seen it so much now that the "jungle" trend is every where.

    1. HI Lisa, perfect, thank you for the tip, I'll update the post! That's the tricky thing with wallpapers isn't it? They quickly become super popular. The Palm Jungle looks wonderful beside the blue-green colour of the walls in the bedroom in this space, don't you think though? :) Have a great start to the week. x

  2. I like the fact that there is some colour. While I do like the typical Scandinavian look, I also find it dark. I live in Toronto and we have dreary winters, without a lot of sun. I need colour in my home otherwise it's too grey out there!

  3. Love this space- obessed with mixing mid century chairs with wooden tables from another area❤️❤️❤️ The colors and wallpaper give this home a calm feeling like a trip to Bali!

  4. I think the terrace looks incredibly cozy. :)


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