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A Swedish Family Home in a Former Museum

 A flyby visit today as I'm at Malmö library working away on a project that's set to go live first thing tomorrow - and there's still so much to do - eeeek! I can't wait to share the results with you! So, let's dive straight in today's house tour - and it's a goodie! A former museum, this beautiful 19th century house in Tellandska Gården, Lindesberg has become a dream family home for Elin (owner of interior design shop Tellandska), Tjodolf and their children Ebbe, Frede and Henny. Large spacious rooms have been filled with a beautiful blend of rustic, vintage and contemporary furniture. Lina Östling and Mari Strenghielm stopped by to capture these lovely pictures. Enjoy the tour!

Above: paint colour: Vallmofrö 1877 by Jotun (S4502-Y), Gervasoni Ghost Sofa



 Wood panels painted in grå umbra (NCS-kod: 3005-Y20R), Kitchen from Kvänum








What an incredible house! It has such beautiful bones and I love what Elin and Tjodolf have done with it. 

Is there anything that caught your eye? I really love the bench with the plants and sculptural objects! 

You can keep up to date with Elin's latest projects here and see more beautiful Scandinavian country homes here. 


Kram!

Niki

Photography: Lina Östling (shared with kind permission). Styling: Mari Strenghielm Featured in Sköna Hem and found via Planete Deco (thank you for the tip Lilly!).



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  1. Oh my goodness, I am dying for that bench in the hallway!

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  2. Wow, wow, wow! Gorgeous, and I love the light fixtures.

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    1. I thought you'd like this one Susan! Thank yo for pointing out the light fixtures, I have a little more time this morning so I'm going to try to add some links :)

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  3. A good one! I loved the cozy vibe of the living room and that build-in shower! ;)

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    1. Yes, I love how they've made a large living room feel super cosy, not easy to do!

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  4. I would love to know what paints they used in the living room, the bead board in the kitchen, and the kid's room!

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    1. Same here! NCS codes would be nice to know.

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    2. I've done a little detective work and found out the name of the beautiful paint in the living room and kitchen (now included in the post). I'm working on the children's bedroom colour!

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    1. It really is! One my favourite homes of late!

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    1. Isn't he wonderful?! Not sure what his name is but he sure is pretty!

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  7. I'd like to find the wooden rabbit on the bench. Adorable

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  8. Beautiful home! So sad they lost another Museum:(

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