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A Perfect Little Swedish Pad With A Bold Blue Kitchen


God morgon! I'm on my way back to Sweden after a wonderful couple of days in Madrid (a press trip organised by IMM Cologne) - have you been to this Spanish city? It's incredible! Even so, there's a saying in Sweden: 'borta bra men hemma bäst' (away is fine but being at home is the best!). That may explain my choice of home tours today: a beautiful 19th century pad in Gothenburg, on Sweden's West coast. What the space lacks in size (it measures a mini 40 metres square (430 square feet) - not including the basement) it certainly makes up for in style. Designed by Emma Fischer, the living space features calming neutral tones and a bold blue kitchen. Enjoy the tour!!



 Legs print from Desenio (I have the same one in my window nook), Mantis table lamp*

 Mobil 3 light*, oatmeal duvet cover*





It's one of those homes that has everything you need, including a pretty courtyard for a morning coffee / evening aperitif! So perfect!

Could you see yourself living here?

I love the Mobile 3 light* by Swedish brand Pholc- also seen in this home. I wish I had the ceiling height for it, how about you?!

More small space inspiration here!

Better hurry and catch that flight now(I once missed a flight from New York and it wasn't pretty!).

Thank you for this time Madrid!

Niki

Photography: Anders Bergstedt for Entrance.



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