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A Soothing Home in Rural Norway In Subtle Shades of White and Light Blue

Feeling the need for a little calm this weekend? This serene Norwegian home might just hit the spot! A few years ago, Line Hamre (@line_hamre) and her family decided to leave big city lights for the tranquility of the countryside. The interior mirrors their desire for calm, with great swathes of white punctuated with subtle shades of grey and blue. Look closely and you'll spot beautiful white-washed wood beams, numerous Scandinavian classics and a number of DIY pieces. Enjoy the tour!

PH5 pendant lamp* from Louis Poulsen, grey H17 chairs by Department


Line fashioned the hallway cabinet out of EKET cabinets from IKEA (size 70 x 25 x 70) and a left over floor plank from Bjelin. You can read more about the simple, low budget DIY here




Looking at this home is like a massage for the soul - it's just so serene!

Did you feel inspired too?!

More soothing white-washed homes in this archive!

Do you have any fun plans for the weekend? We're currently out sailing on Sweden's east coast - the weather forecast is highly suspect, but thankfully we've been 'stuck' due to high winds in 
Åhus, the home of Absolut vodka! 

I hope you have a wonderful couple of days - vi see på Måndag

Niki

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LATEST COMMENTS:

  1. Hi Niki
    Such a calming atmosphere!
    Any idea what the source is of the painting in the dining room?
    Thanks a lot, gr Jo

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    1. Hi Jo, sorry for the delay - I was checking with Line. This beautiful print is by Kristina Krogh.
      Best, Niki

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    1. It really is! I wish my home felt like this right now!

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  3. Thanks for sharing, it looks great!

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