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A Cosy Living Space In a Swedish Country Home

Why, hello there friends! Monday huh? Well, that came around quickly. Here in Sweden, we were treated to a magical weekend - a rare diamond - with two days of clear blue skies and frozen seas upon which we could ice skate. It was simply incredible! And now, the clouds have rolled over and we're all hunkering down at home once again, fires roaring. A few miles from Västerås, interior stylist, creator, author and founder of Babes in Boyland, Nathalie Myrberg is busy stoking the fire at her home at Målhammar.  The family moved to the former stables in the height of the pandemic in 2020 - and plan to convert half of the house into a summer cafe and farm shop.  Nature, the slow life and sustainability are close to Nathalie and her family's heart - and their home is full of vintage treasures. Here are a few snapshots from corners of the rooms they've completed so far! 









This is a mere snapshot into Nathalie's life in the Swedish countryside - but it's early days, and I for one look forward to following their project over on Nathalie's Instagram and the blog

Perhaps one day, we might all even be able to visit!

Would you like to see more cosy Scandinavian country homes today? Here are a few that are bound to inspire:


Wishing you a wonderful start to the week!

Niki

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  1. Your blog posts are so thoughtful. Loved it.

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  2. Pictures are pretty good. I feel in there how can u do that? This is amazing.

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    1. All cred to Nathalie, she takes such lovely, natural photos.

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  3. One of the nicest houses, in my humble, you have ever put on your blog Nicci.
    Your blog is so easy to ‘operate’. Everyone should take a leaf out of your book. X

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    1. I'm so happy you say that, I've sort of resisted the temptation to pep up the blog with loads of posts in squares etc - probably because I'm a little bit of a luddite and I love to keep thinks simple. The format is a little limiting sometimes, but you've given me the confidence to stick with it! Thank you! Ps I'm so happy you loved this tour - Nathalie has such an innate sense of style.

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  4. This is pretty darn close to perfection. Love it.

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  5. Love the Nordic cabins as they have wooden floor. We are trying to preserve ours and the one in these pictures is just exactly that what I am trying to do. Thank you.

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    1. Some of the wooden floors you see in these Scandinavian homes are so beautiful! And when looked after, can last a lifetime. Best of luck with yours, I'm sure you'll make a success of it.

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  6. There’s a feeling of tranquility from this home. All the functional pieces seem like art, too. What’s the expression, “where life imitates art”? (Or is it the other way around?)

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