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A lovely, relaxed Swedish home

Why, hello there! I'm just nipping in to share this beauty of a Swedish apartment with you. Styled by Emma Fischer for Bjurfors, the warm natural textures, abundance of plants (there's that climber again! - see our guide here!) and linen textiles create a lovely relaxed feel. If you look closely there's also a touch of blush in every corner which helps to create a cohesiveness throughout. Enjoy!









Photos: Alen Cordic. Styling: Emma Fischer for sale through Bjurfors here

Seeing the wood flooring reminds me of the house we grew up in. We had the same parquet floor and  some of the wood tiles were loose. I used to spend hours playing with them (they made perfect 'jenga' tiles!!). Of course, I never noticed how lovely the actually floor looked!

Even though I was only supposed to be ducking in and ducking out today (busy day) I still can't resist sharing a quick guide to a few of the items I love in this home. Here goes:

Living room: Hay cushion, mustard knot cushion (check out this knot stool too!). Dining area: series 7 side chair, wishbone chair, Skultuna Lily candleholder. Bedroom: the Hay mega dot quilt is similar, Diamond chair, Muuto dots.

Have a great evening guys!




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  1. Yeah, everyone used to all have parquet floors. It looks nice now that it's more uncommon. Haha

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    1. They did didn’t they? Seeing this home really took me back in time!

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  2. You have a very nice home, like the floors.

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  3. What can you tell me about that living room cabinet? Is it teak? It's awesome.

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    1. It’s so awesome. Sadly not much (sorry!). I hope someone else can advise...

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  4. I love that white pendant shade over the dining room table! Do you know where I can find it?

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