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Swedish Island Life: A Beautiful Limestone Farmhouse on Gotland


It would be weird not to dream about escaping to a pretty Swedish island on a Monday morning, wouldn't it?! And with summer around the corner (it's a whopping 25 degrees C / 77 degrees Fahrenheit in Malmö today) I can't help thinking how I'd gladly swap my house and everything in it for this rustic 18th century limestone farmhouse on the Baltic island of Gotland. And this one's for sale! Yep, I know! I mean talk about a summer paradise: sweeping lawns, a pool, old wood beams, pretty earthy tones and a guest cottage - not to mention a short cycle ride to the sea.  This place has everything I dream about in summertime and more! Välkommen in!
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Forget tiles, stones collecting from the surroundings offer perfect flooring at the foot of the oven! Contemporary touches such as a TISCA rug and classic Series 7 chairs* help to bring the space up to date.


A green wall and kitchen cabinets break away from the white and light blue in a subtle, yet pretty way! The tone on tone works due to the different surface texture. 



The relaxed summer cottage vibe is carried through to the dining room with rattan woven chairs and a rustic farmhouse table.  

Mix and matching bedside reading lamps (the standing lamp is from IKEA, source a vintage table lamp here*) adds a relaxed feel. Note how the white, green and blue theme is brought into the bedroom using bedding too.

An outhouse has been converted into a perfect little cottage for guests! 



Don't mind me... I'm just busy checking travel links to the island of Gotland.... 

Could you also imagine spending your summers here?!

Don't miss these other beautiful Gotland homes today: 


Have a wonderful start to the week raringar

Niki

This home is for sale through Bertwig.se
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  1. Oh wow, I'm so in love. It just oozes charm and character <3

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    1. It really does have so much charm! :)

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  2. Charming! Wish I could go there right now. Instead I'm sitting at my desk in overcast Shrewsbury wondering where our sunshine has gone to? Hey ho. Rebecca x

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    1. Totally know the feeling Rebecca! Although I think we're getting the weather you had last week. It was 30 degrees C here yesterday - CRAZY! Hope your sunshine returns soon!

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