The beautiful, bold home of a Swedish graphic designer

Hello! I do believe it's the end of the week - woop! Any fun plans for the weekend? We're going to take it easy, but I confess I'll need to do just a little work as the deadline for my next book (about the Swedish philosophy of lagom) is looming...! Eeeek! Before I continue to tap away I'd like to take a moment to revel in the beauty of this Swedish home with you! The dark blue, light blue, grey and green accents, the vintage furniture, the botanical touches - the details - everything! The home of graphic designer Cecilia Hedin is perfect inspiration for anyone looking to channel the dark, bold trend sweeping the interior world right now, or simply looking for a way to update your home with small details (and even display your wifi code!). Step this way...


Photography: Anders Bergstedt. For sale through Entrance Mäklari.

I love the desk area in particular. And the wallpaper in the hallway, would you dare?!

It's also amazing what a difference traditional baker lights and switches can make to a space too.

Is there anything you love about this space?

Get the look: office - this green filing cabinet is similar. Pick up a vintage wood and metal office chair here. Kitchen - Ant chairs, sheepskin throwHallway - this monstera / cheese plant wallpaper is similar.

If you have a moment, you can check out home-owner Cecilia Hedin's wonderful creative work here.

And for more home inspiration, take a peek at a load more spaces with beautiful blue here.

Have a wonderful weekend and see you Monday!

PS Take a peek inside Marianne's magical Norwegian mountain cabin captured for The Scandinavian Home (I also had the pleasure of staying there for a few days in January and it was just as magical in the snow!). So cosy!


  1. You prove the beauty and coziness of the Swedish home once again.Thank you. Great work.

  2. I'm struggling to find anything I don't love about this place! If you buy it can you keep all her gorgeous furniture as well?

  3. I like arranging and decorating in this room.


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