Get The Look: A Cosy Blue and White Swedish Pad

Tjena raringar!  I've got a cosy little number to share with you today in the form of a charming 53 square metre / 570 square foot apartment in Linn√©staden, Gothenburg. It's one of those pads that you could totally imagine rocking about in and enjoying a fika on the balcony in the spring sunshine (someone told me that the Swedish word fika means something completely different in their own language. I mean, completely different! Just in case you have other ideas, I'm talking coffee and cake!!).  There are a couple of things that really stand out to me about this lovely home. The first is the small bedroom with the pretty row of hooks (FYI - I discovered some in HM Home the other day and they're selling out like hot cakes!) and lace curtains, and the second is the 'evening green' colour in the sitting room - so calming! Let's go for a snoop...

1. Frama E27 light*
2. Wooden peg rail
3. Evening Green paint by Jotun
4. Menu chair*
5. Tine K Home Lounge Chair
6. Vintage rug* (only 1 available! if sold, try here* for similar)

Believe it or not the coffee table is also from H&M Home (I wrote to Elli who designed this space and nearly fell off my chair when she told me). Sadly, I couldn't find it on the H&M homepage, but if you're interested you could always ask in store. I also found similar striped linen bedding here*.

All in all, a lovely space, don't you think?

This middle blue colour is set to be huge this year in terms of interiors and fashion. For more inspiration, I'm loving all the shades of blue in this stunning Norwegian home which I featured a few weeks back, the slightly more vibrant middle blue in the wonderful home of a Swedish food blogger and Sofie Amalie's Danish home with pops of bright colours again a blue background.

Have a wonderful day friends, I hope the sun is shining where you are too!


Photography: Anders Bergstedt
Styling: Nouvel Interior
For: Entrance


  1. Here's the coffee table:

  2. These are all great suggestions. Thanks for the share


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