A Swedish home with sand and blush accents

Why hello there! Monday already is it? Guh! Well don't fear, as I have the most beautiful Swedish home tour to share with you! Located in Gothenburg, it's been styled to perfection (ready for sale) - and is filled with inspiring ideas - as well as some of the latest trends including round mirrors and sand, blush, cream and terracotta accents. Enjoy!

Source: Stadshem

I love this space. It's kind of perfect - all that white, the little nooks, the subtle colour palette. I also like how they've used a simple, yet pretty linen curtain to cover the gap behind the bed (source lightweight linen by the metre here).

Anyone else feeling like you could quite happily chill on that daybed all day?!

Get the look: sitting room - safari daybed, knot cushion (would go beautifully with this blush linen cushion!) source a Beni Ourain rug here. dining area - natural stonewashed linen tablecloth, ant chairs, House Doctor swing wall lamp. Bedroom - sand coloured sheet, duvet cover and pillow cases.

See other beautiful Swedish apartments here - (I'm talking a few hundred - how's that for a Monday treat?!) - as always, if this home pops up first, just scroll passed.

Have a great start to the week!

PS Last week I caught up with Domino Magazine about my new Lagom book, and how I've found balance  - and Bemz about running my own business and how identify with the word 'influencer'. I hope you enjoy the features, it was so fun to participate!


  1. I don't understand the camp stretcher bed on the lounge floor. Most uncomfortable piece of furniture ever created. Seems like form over function. The rest is beautiful though.

  2. The most common thing people do when they want to sell a flat in Greece, is to paint it all white. This reminded me just that, lol! The kitchen looks lovable as can be, but I can't say the rest is to my liking - a bit too sterile despite the staged accents.

  3. A wonderful idea, I like it
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