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Step Inside Janniche's Delightful Swedish Home

Janniche Kristoffersen's home is one of those you can visit time and time again and never tire of. It's simply beautiful, in a relaxed, homely way. I nipped over to her blog yesterday to see what she was up to this Christmas and was excited to find she'd made some lovely colour changes (the 'melun' in the children's bedroom being my favourite) and added some cosy festive touches. Think stars, orange garlands, simple wreaths and candles. Ready for a return visit to Bagarmossan, Sweden? Let's dive in!  

What a cosy dining space! Look closely and you'll see the decorations are very simple - an orange garland, branches of pine in a vase and a wreath made from eucalyptus. Love the mix and match mid-century chairs too! 


Can you spot the TV? This setting would have fitted in perfectly in my 'stylish ways to display a TV' feature a few weeks back!


Janniche's Ikea Söderhamn sofa has been covered in a Simply Linen cover in Absolute white* from Bemz. 

The wall of books and magazines is one of my favourite things in this home. I love the idea of using books as art - plus you can really see all of the titles! 


Janniche's daughter's room has been painted in a beautiful combination of shiny melun and modest white from Nordsjö. 

Rug from Oyoy Living, 'hello' - playwood studio, print from Fine Little Day.

Oh, how I love this home!

Have you seen this before on MSH or is this the first time you've toured her home?!

Either way, I hope you enjoyed this space as much as I do!

You can see more pics of Janniche's home over at @bloggaibagis and her blog and also check out a load more Swedish homes (as always) in the archives here

For tomorrow's post I've gone down a slightly different track - and sharing an interview with Per about our Swedish Christmas and all the traditions he loves (along with pics of course!). I even learned a few new things! I've also got an exciting discount code to share which is perfect for very Scandi gifts! Hope to see you then! 

Vi ses imorgen! 

Niki

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LATEST COMMENTS:

  1. Oh this is very lovely! Does anybody know where the Fly To Tokyo painting is? I have seen it several times on MSH and I would love to have it.

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    1. I just asked Janniche - it’s from Fine Little Day! I love it too!

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  2. P.S.
    I do look forward to tomorrow's post, Niki!

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    1. Thank you! It’s just gone live! I look forward to hearing your thoughts - and hearing about some of your Christmas traditions (if you celebrate). X

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  3. I like Skandinavien style so much.. but I don't want to live in Nordic countries..

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    1. Why not? Curious! 😊 Happy you appreciate Scandinavian style too!

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  4. Hi Nikki, thanks for your beautiful work. Have a great Christmas, do you happen to know where the small bust of a child is from, they have it on their coffee table. Best cate

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