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A Swedish home with a hint of Autumn

Well hello there! I have to confess I'm feeling decidedly fragile this morning after a magical weekend in Stockholm  - it's been a while since I danced until 2am  - don't tell my physio! (you may remember I snapped my achilles heel back in May and it's still recovering). Let's just say I'm in need of plenty of coffee today. Nothing that a great home can't cure. And I've got a lovely, serene Swedish space with Autumn accents to share with you today. It's a great example of how to update a home for the season using accessories such as bed linen and cushions in rust, brown and creams and of course, plenty of plants and flowers. Enjoy!












Photography: Jonas Berg. Styling: Grey Deco for Stadshem

So simple, yet so inviting!

A few favourites: Cesca cane chair (seen round the dining table and by the desk) - source vintage ones here, Karin chair (in sitting room) and the ant chairs.

If you're looking to add similar autumn touches - I'm loving this bed linen, a 'natural' linen table cloth and these Belgian linen cushions!

These homes are also great for pure Autumn interior inspiration - the dreamy The Estate Trentham, a Swedish space with touches of Autumn and an elegant white home. Beeeeeautiful!

Have a great start to the week!

PS Instagram feed tip of the day: follow the renovation of a loft apartment in a 1910 water tower outside of Stockholm on @thewatertowerproject - pure inspiration!



LATEST COMMENTS:

  1. I love every bit of this design

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  2. You could update for Yule easily on this base of neutrals! The holidays seem to arrive so quickly.

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  3. I am in love with that wallpaper! The slightly warmer everything about this place is fantastic.

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  4. Hope you are doing well, Niki! Take care!
    The apartment you show us today is really beautiful. I particularly love the plants arrangements....
    Cheers!

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  5. This is beautiful; the perfect mix of simple modern with rustic. I agree with Lisa as it would update perfectly for the holidays.

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