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Snapshots From Ida's Charming, Vintage-Inspired Dalarna Home


Is it just me, or is it getting harder and harder to get up in the mornings? It doesn't help that it's pitch black and minus temperatures outside (and of course nothing to do with the glögg - honest!). But this gives us even more reason to make our homes as cosy as possible, right?! In my mind nothing adds cosiness like loppis (flea market) finds (candles aside obvs!) and Swedish photographer Ida Gustafsson has them in spades! Ida lives in her 1920's house in Ludvika, South Dalarna with her sambo (a great swedish word meaning 'live-in partner') Tom, and children Maja and Henry. The house has been decorated with patterned wallpapers, a wonderful eclectic mix of colour and the odd Swedish design classic (I see you Lilla Åland chairs!). Ready to take a peek inside?










The wall has been painted in Heart Wood by Nordsjö, Source a vintage architects chair here*

Pretty paper stars can be seen twinkling in the windows of homes across Scandinavia at this time of the year. Three alternatives I love include this flower*, a classic paper star* and this lovely snowflower lantern (seen in yesterday's home). 



I have a bit of a weakness for 'blossom' wallpaper by Mr Perswall - isn't it pretty?



In the guest room, Ida has applied traditional Tessin wallpaper

Baby, it's cold outside!

Oh so lovely! Such a personal, warm and inviting home, don't you think?

Check-out more pics from Ida's home here

And for more vintage inspired scandinavian homes: an idyllic summer cottage (and pink caravan!), a Danish home full of vintage treasures and an inviting Danish home with cosy touches

Have a cosy day! Stay warm!

Niki

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LATEST COMMENTS:

  1. I have white walls at home but I do love these wallpapers! They remind me of my grandma's farmhouse. Cheers, Amanda

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  2. Who would have thought - so many colors and patterns, too much for my taste :), but so beautiful together.
    Ida, please make some tea. I am comming to visit! :)

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  3. You can really feel that this is a real home not just a showcase. Lovely

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  4. Love this despite my home being white and white!

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  5. What a beautiful balance between sparse and detailed: A gorgeous house.

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  6. I love it. You can tell this is a well loved home <3

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  7. Is that a humidifier on the nightstand, with the thick black cord? It's beautiful! Who makes it?

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  8. Love this house - and I also love her beautiful hair!

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