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A Swedish home in greige (with some fab pieces)

Hej hej! How was your weekend? We had a couple of 'diamond' days - those rare Southern Sweden winter days where the sky is a deep blue and the snow sparkles in the sunshine, so bright, so lovely and just what we needed! This beautiful home has been styled by Lotta Agaton (remember her beautiful home?!) for H&M Home. Greige walls (set to be a big trend in 2017) provide a neutral setting for a mix of fab high end pieces such as the Gubi Beetle chair and Tribeca Franklin Chandelier with H&M cushions, ceramics and washed linen bedding - and of course lots of leafy friends. Over all, a truly inspiring space!









Credits: styling Lotta Agaton for H&M Home. Found via Bungalow 5 with thanks. 

I have to say those Gubi Beetle chairs are my absolute favourite right now. We photographed a home for my next book,  The Scandinavian Home and the owner had a set of luxurious dark grey velvet ones. I've been dreaming about them ever since!

Is there anything that stands out to you?

This weekend I also photographed the softest off-white rug from Nordal in my bedroom. Despite falling in love with it myself, I'm going to have to give it up as it's a prize for one very lucky person! You can enter the give-away here!

Have a great start to the week!



LATEST COMMENTS:

  1. I also loooove the Beetle chair, but in the dark green velvet with brass legs. I love/hate these H&M home campains, they make you want to revamp totally your interior. I'll probably end up just changing my pillow cases! ;)

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  2. Lovely cozy home. Normally I hate the idea of beige and I'm tired of grey but this home was decorated very well. I guess with the right elements," boring" color can be revived.

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  3. Great ideas and information. Thank you,

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