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A Beautiful, Atmospheric Malmö Home in Rich Dark Tones

Having ventured to far-flung places like Joshua Tree and Norway on the blog this week (only virtually, of course, although wouldn't it have been nice to have visited in person?!), it feels so good to round up the week with a home tour right here in the heart of Malmö. And it's a beauty too! Think deep, earthy tones, vintage finds in lovely dark wood, a vibrant mustard yellow accent and the odd fresh bloom. This charming Southern Sweden home is bound to put you in a perfectly serene mood just in time for the weekend - and there's so much inspiration to be taken from it too! 




Beautiful.  

To me, it holds a touch of nostalgia too. My Grandmother spent her thirties in the Punjab in India and brought back a lot of her dark wood / cane furniture with her when she returned to England. 

Is there anything that stands out to you? 

If you'd love to see a few more homes in rich, dark tones over the weekend - take a look at these:

Is this your kind of look, or do you prefer to decorate your home with a lighter touch?

Right. All that's left for me to say is: I hope you have a fabulous weekend!  Thank you for a brilliant week. I've loved reading all your comments and mails! 

Niki 

PS Speaking of Malmö, I'm excited to be spending the day at the home of the founder and designer behind Aveva Design today: Eva Gassna Jeckelmann. I'll be sharing snapshots from her fabulous home and studio over on Aveva instagram stories if you're curious to see what we're up to!

Photos courtesy of Bo-laget (where it is currently for sale!). Found via Trendenser with thanks.



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  1. What a beautiful place!!! The perfect mixt of simplicity and well curated objets. Thank you to share with us so much wonderful interior spaces and lanscapes. I always comeback to your blog and found so much inspiration. Have a peacefull weekend.

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    1. I love your description, it really captures the essence of this home. Thank you for your kind words too - so lovely of you! I'm so happy top hear this is one of your places for inspiration.

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  2. Simply gorgeous! It feels so "real", filled with well loved pieces and treasures.

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    1. I love all the personal touches too, it gives the home so much soul.

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  3. Love the picture of the horse at the end of the kitchen and the flowers everywhere. Rebecca x

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    1. I love the horde picture too! Thanks for pointing it out xx

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  4. I see what looks like white washed wood floors in many homes you profile. I was wondering is that what is usually used (in Scandinavia)? It would seem with the right type of paint, upkeep would be easy: no sanding, no refinishing.

    Love your blog. My first stop each morning...after lovemeow.com

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    1. Yes, it's a really popular choice. We've got painted floors, both at home and at the summer cottage. It can get a little scuffed but I think that only adds character. The only thing to watch out for is if you're a brunette - especially with white floors, dark hair really shows up!

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  5. La belleza de esta casa está en el perfecto contraste que da la madera y el bambu. Le da calidez al gris nórdico.

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