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A Charming Swedish Home Furnished with A Mix of Old and New

It's Friday friends, how about one final home tour to complete the week? Welcome inside the charming home of photographer Sara Johansson, in Munkedal, West Sweden. Sara and her husband bought the house three years ago and have renovated the living space while working hard to preserve the original features. Projects have included bringing the wood floors back to their former glory and removing 'dummy' ceilings to reveal wonderful high ceilings. Sara has furnished the house with a mix of old and new - having picked up many pieces at flea markets. Today the house is enjoyed by Sara, her partner, their one year old son Oliver and the family cat. Although Sara confides that the house will always really be a work in progress (I recognize that do you?!). Enjoy the tour! 














So beautiful! 

I particularly love the kitchen, it has a wonderful Swedish style rustic country feel!

Is there anything that stood out to you? 

See more of Sara's charming home over on her instagram @lyckligavagen

Caveat - I'm actually writing this post from the passenger seat of our car while we head down the motorway to an Apple repair shop - as my laptop has appeared to have died. The sun's shining on the screen and I'm trying to navigate Per's computer - so I apologize now for any typos and spelling mistakes! 

I SO hope the Apple guys can work their magic and fix it. Baaaaah. Don't you hate IT issues?! 

Anyhow friends, I'll take this opportunity to wish you a magical weekend. I hope the sun shines for you!

Vi ses på Måndag! (See you Monday!). 

Niki

Photography: Sara Johansson, shared with kind permission

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  1. Yes, I also find this kitchen so charming and the whole atmosphere so tempting. I've been your follower since almost two years and it's always a pleasure to discover something esthetically beautiful every day. It makes my day every day. Thank you so much.

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    1. I can’t tell you how nice it is to hear this. It’s been one crazy year, and if my blog can provide a little light each day it makes it all feel worthwhile.

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  2. I always love coming to your site and seeing the amazing places you post. Thank you. You mentioned your tech issues in this post, and I would absolutely love to see some post on how to deal with tech wires and printers etc. We are a high tech family and we work from home. I would love to see some of your ideas for managing tech in home. Thank you! I love your work!

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    1. What a great idea for a post! I’ll plan something for late summer! Thank you for the tip.

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  3. I love this tour. Do you know how she did the texture on the bedroom walls? Good luck at Apple.

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    1. I believe Sara has used mineral paint from Jotun. I achieved a similar look on my kitchen wall using chalk paint from Kalklitr - which I can highly recommend.

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  4. Hallo. I have often meant to comment, not just on your fabulous blog, but how user friendly it is. I so look forward to each day’s offering, knowing I can pinch things to put on a Pinterest board, that I can move around the blog easily, without any hitches whatsoever. As I said, fabulous.

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    1. Wow, I usually only get to hear about the hitches (which I have to confess, isn’t too often) so this is like music to my ears. Thank you so much for taking the time to share your positive feedback, it’s made my day!

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  5. Wonderful scandinavian home! <3

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  6. Gorgeous home. I like the cat the best. :)

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  7. Sweet, that extend a bed in the kid's room is unique. Love the textures of fabrics, walls,lived in vibe.

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  8. Just wonderful eye candy for the weary soul.

    Your kitty looks like my dear Romeo, RIP, loved him so much. ♥

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  9. Such a beautiful home. You always feature the best tours! Hope you get your PC fixed!

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    1. Thank you Jennifer! I had to leave it in at the Apple store for two weeks, aghhhh! Must be a sign that I should take some time out to enjoy the summer, don’t you think?

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    2. Ew. Computer issues are the worst! Good luck. Lovely post as always!

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