A beautiful, small Swedish apartment

Why hello there! My Scandinavian Home has spent a couple of days state-side both yesterday (did you see my greenhouse make-over?!) and Tuesday with the launch of my new book. So today, I'm bringing it home with this very charming Swedish space - yay! Interior stylist extraordinaire Emma Fischer has waved her magic wand over the itsy apartment (it measures 35 square metres / 377 square feet) to transform it into a calm haven using muted tones, warm natural materials and an abundance of plants. Look out for small, space saving tricks such as stackable stools, a windowsill doubling up as seating (love that!) and a wall mounted shoe rack too. Beautiful!

 Oj oj oj - what a perfect home?! That dining space! And what you don't see in these pictures is that it has a wine cellar too.

Is there anything you love about this home?

Get the look: dining area - Hoffman chair, source a similar basket pot here, Plus cushion cover (I also love the Arrow cushion cover - so cute!). three posters over bench: Leaf lines by Silke Bonde, Abstract Construction by Atelier CPH, Borge Bredenbekk, V by Paper Collective. Sitting room - Bold chair by Moustache, I love this peppercorn linen blanket. Hallway - seagrass belly basket, spotted fabric by the metre from Afroart (currently out of stock - this one is similar). Bedroom - Eyes Wide Shut by Mirjana Kovachevic, pick up beautiful linen throws like these here, Taccia lamp by Flos.

If you're designing / decorating a small space you might want to check out this archive - so many fabulous solutions!

On a slightly different note -  I was so happy to be invited to a press-preview at the new Slettvoll store in Malmö yesterday (check out Instagram Stories for a peek) - I was completely bowled over by the elegance and timeless beauty of the Slettvoll designs as well as the delightful Norwegian heritage. The doors open to the public today, if you're in town you must pop in for a visit! It was great to meet fellow Skåne bloggers Malin Persson (who's beautiful home I shared here) and Daniella Witte (who also has a fabulous home) at the event too!
 Have a lovely day!

Photography: Maria Sahlander, Styling: Emma Fischer. For sale through Bjurfors


  1. This is literally picture perfect, as in: from practical point of view a disaster. Huge plants taking up precious counter space, 2 out of 3 coffee tables covered in knick-knacks and just taking up space (even if declutered, does such small space need 3 coffee tables? instead of a, say, bookshelf or a desk?); no wardrobes - well, ok, maybe the last is just not in the pictures...

    1. Hi NVRM: Like most of the spaces Niki features, this one has been "styled" for the photo shoot. The items that are on display don't necessary belong in those places, but they were put there to look nice for the pictures.

  2. Niki, this space is right up my alley. The gentle sunlight is my favorite thing about it, but I also like the cozy, homey feel.


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