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Old Meets New in a Charming Swedish Home

Hej hej! How are you today? In the mood for a Swedish home tour? If so, you're in the right place! I love the relaxed feel of this two bedroom apartment in Gothenburg and the balance between new nordic (that &tradition light!), classic icons (Ant chair, I'm looking at you!) and vintage finds (credenzas galore!). Enjoy the tour!











Photography: Alen Cordic. Styling: Emma Fischer. For sale through Bjurfors

Isn't it lovely? Anything stand out to you?

I'm often looking for ways to hang photos and I love the slightly higgledy-piggledy arrangement of frames in the bedroom, it looks like you can easily add to it when the mood takes you too!

And of course there's that aforementioned pendant light - recently spotted in this and this home too. A new favourite on the Swedish interior scene?

Have a lovely day!

PS Don't forget  the code “myscandinavianhome” gives 25% off posters* at Desenio between 13th and 15th of March, 2018 (hurry!). Here's what I did with mine.

 *Except on the handpicked / collaboration poster category and frames.


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LATEST COMMENTS:

  1. Absolutly lovely, as always when it comes to Emma Fisher <3

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    1. So true! She has a real magic touch with interiors.

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  2. the wooden chair with cushion is classic
    dou you know wherea similar could be found to purchase

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    1. I love this chair too - sadly I'm not sure where you can get a similar one but I hope someone else on here can help.

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    2. Hi, it is Arka, by Yngve Ekstrøm (more know for Lamino). Now in production by Stolab.
      http://www.stolab.se/sv/mobler/stolar-pallar-bankar/9018-9019-arka-loungestol/

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    3. Thank you so much Rita - great!!

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  3. I love Swedish interior design. It's a pity that in the UK all we can do is visit IKEA, which certainly isn't my idea of quality.

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