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A light and soothing small Swedish home

God morgon! How are you today?! Due to a super exciting make-over and photo shoot in my sitting room over the weekend (look out for the reveal later this week) I already feel like I'm well into the working week! I'll be taking my girls for our annual day out at Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen shortly though, so you really can't feel sorry for me! I so love that place - have you been? Before I head off, I thought it would be a good idea to ease us in to the week gently with a tour of this bright and airy Gothenburg home decorated in an array of soothing shades and natural textures. Measuring a total of 37 square metres / 398 square feet, it's another fine lessons from the Swedes on how to design a small space (see the archive here!). Oh and there's that wonderful knot cushion in mustard again (someone's trying to tell us something?!) - enjoy the tour!













Photography: Maria Sahlander. Styling: Emma Fisher for sale through Bjurfors.

So simple, so soft and so easy to live with! Could you imagine incorporating this scheme into your home?

A few items I know and love: sitting room - flowerpot pendant, Hay table, knot cushion, Mantis floor lamp. Karlstad sofa covered in the Bemz urban loose fit linen. Dining area: posters and prints from The Poster Club, J39 The People's Chair by Børge Mogensen. Bedroom - source lovely white linen bedding here.

Oh and Skåne friends - due to my new sitting room make-over our beloved North sofa is now for sale on Blocket - although it will always live on in this post!

Have a great start to the week lovely friends!



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