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A Dreamy Swedish Country Home


This summer photographer Anna Malmberg (owner of this lovely home) and Mari Strengheilm made their way out to the countryside near Nacka, Sweden to capture this charming rural house. Painted in traditional red and white, the 1920's house has wonderful high ceilings and large windows, which are thrown open ion warm evenings to welcome in the sweet scent of jasmine. A disused paddock on the grounds is used as a make-shift dining room for lunch and supper alfresco, even when the rain comes down. With a heavy heart, the owner has decided to put it on the market after twenty years - and now it's up for grabs! How unbelievable tempting is that?!

Bistro chair*, jute rug*


Rustic stool, Gotland sheepskin*






 I can feel the warmth from the pools of dappled sunlight from here, how about you?!

This lovely paddock / barn is perfect for parties (one of my friends had a wedding in a place like this a few years back and it was so romantic!). Imagine it all candlelit!


Isn't this place a complete dream?

I need to call the man and break the news that we're moving to Nacka.

Could you imagine living here too?

More country homes here

Ha det så fint!

Niki

Photography: Anna Malmberg. Styling Mari Strengheilm. For sale through Historiska Hem.



LATEST COMMENTS:

  1. Oh, be still my heart. Love this! Would love to buy it right now, fully furnished!

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  2. Oh, look at the cake looks delicious, I want to try it

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    1. I wonder if the cake comes with the house? It looks sooooo good!

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  3. Oh I love everything in it ! i can smell the mockorange from here I see me cooking in this dreamy kitchen :)

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