A charming Swedish home in white, wood and ochre

Sometimes the most simple schemes can be the most beautiful. Like in this space. A relatively titchy (44 m2 / 473 f2) Swedish apartment where white walls, wood furnishings, and ochre accessories come together to create a lovely, warm and cosy home. I particularly love the mid-century touches (seen in the kitchen and sitting room) and the shelf with hooks in the bedroom. So charming and full of lovely ideas, don't you think?

Photography: Maria Sahlander Styling: Emma Fischer for sale through Bjurfors

Such a lovely, cosy home!  

Is there anything that stands out to you?

Get the look: kitchen - source mid-century dining chairs here, this glass teapot is similar. Sitting room - this is a great place to pick up a mid-century credenza, the poster is by Berit Mogensen Lopez available here.

Yesterday was a completely crazy day, thank you so much for all your warm wishes and congratulations on my new book both here, on Instagram and Facebook it meant so much to me! I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did writing it! Unfortunately I haven't got time to relax and dwell on the good feeling this morning as I'm waiting for the imminent arrival of a crew from the German International TV channel DW-TV who would like to interview me for a documentary - exciting! More info soon, I promise!

In the meantime, today is the last day to receive 20% off a wonderful signed, limited edition print by Ruvan Wijesooriya from Absolut Art! Simply use the code MSH20 at checkout to redeem the discount. I've got my eye on Girl and Window....

Have a lovely day!


  1. Well done Niki - I can't wait to devour your new book - ordered a couple of hours ago - it will be winging its way to Brisbane Australia very soon. I hope there are lots of Norwegian houses. Warm regards Robyn

    1. Amazing! Thank you so much Robyn! I hope you enjoy it! X

    2. Ps there are some incredible Norwegian homes in it! 😊

  2. Simply perfect! My favourite so far. Thanks for sharing, Niki.

  3. Lovely, inviting, and inspiring rooms that look as if the owner just stepped out of the shot for a minute. Worn paperback books and camera on the bedroom shelf, and paintbrushes on the desk surface tell the story of the owner's interests, and invite your readers into their life for a moment. Unstaged, imperfect glimpse into a well loved space. Thank you for sharing.

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  5. Where is that pendant shade from over the dining table?


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