A Swedish Home Full of Prints, Patterns, Plants and One Very Pretty Kitty!

Men tjeeeena! I hope you had a lovely Easter weekend. Ours was different of course, but we tried out best to make the most of it anyway. During my days off I was searching online for Scandinavian craft ideas and stumbled across Jenny Johansson's blog. Jenny lives in Umeå, North east of Stockholm with her husband and twin son and daughter as well as their very mischievous Siberian cat (keep a look out for him throughout the tour!). Jenny is a florist with a passion for interior design and spends her spare time crafting, gardening and baking - evidence of which can be found throughout her delightful Instagram feed! Welcome to Jenny's world - full of prints, plants and bold patterns! 

I love the mix of pattern in this black and white corner of the kitchen, but the real eye-catcher is the 'Bored' print* by Fine Little Day! 

I spy a true Scandinavian classic: Iittala tea light holders* in various colours. They look so pretty in the evening when the candles are lit. But  the kitty totally steals the show! Prrrrr

A scene familiar to many right now - making the most of cosy days at home to do all those activities you might not have had the time to do otherwise. I'm very curious to find out what Jenny's knitting, aren't you?! 

I love the Berså tea cup and saucer set on the table behind Jenny. Designed by Stig Lindberg in the 60s, the series is a well-loved classic and still in production today but you can also pick up original vintage Berså porcelain here

Jenny's sitting room is made extra cosy with a Söderhamn corner sofa, colourful cushions and lots of plants. The black and white Kompisarna print is by Swedish artist Anna Grundberg. 

Jenny's home is full of prints! This fab gallery wall in the hallway is made up of a load of different pieces by Scandinavian artist. The Poster Club* sells similar! 

 Jenny has created a wonderful outdoor oasis. It's still a little chilly here in Sweden - it actually snowed in Malmö yesterday, can you believe that? I bet Jenny and her family can't wait to move life outside, it looks so cosy! 

Oooooh so lovely. 

It's nice to see a trampoline peeping into the side of the picture in the garden! Our girls have been on theirs ALL weekend making up various TikTok routines - but I'm not sure it would ever feature on My Scandinavian Home!! I wonder if anyone has ever thought about creating a 'design' version? Maybe with a flower design?!

All in all, a lovely, cosy and personal family home!

Is there anything that stood out to you?

You can see more pictures from Jenny's home and get some DIY / Craft ideas on her blog and instagram

Other Swedish family homes to love today: 

Wishing you a lovely day, stay safe friends. 


Photography: Jenny Johansson, shared with kind permission
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  1. Living room is dreamy. Garden as well, almost time to spend time outside

    1. Just another month or so and then we can move life outdoors again - yay!

  2. love all the different hooks used in the bedroom. What a useful and interesting way to use up all the hooks sitting around not sure what to do with. Very clever.

    1. Thank you for pointing those out - I love hooks like these, they’re really practical and yet also great for creating a nice wall display!

  3. So pretty-- especially that kitten! I would love to see more of the kitchen area! Did you by chance refinish your kitchen cabinets  or replace them completely?

  4. hi, by any chance do you know where the stove is from ? just what my son needs to fill his empty fireplace.

  5. I love the stove - there is nothing cosier than a stove ablaze with fire.

  6. The lovely textures and colors in all the textiles give off such a cozy (cosy?) vibe. Really smitten with the gallery wall by the bench - and perhaps even more smitten by that sweet, sweet kitten!


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