San's Relaxed Hamburg Home With an Industrial Touch

Hejsan hoppsan! I loved reading all your comments on Liv's bedroom reveal post yesterday. I have to say, I'm so relieved many of you had the same terrible taste in 80's boy bands as me (except Morten Harket of course, that one still stands)! T

Today I wanted to stop by to share this lovely, relaxed home in Hamburg with you. In a normal world, Hamburg would be a mere 4.5 hours' drive from Southern Sweden, but it feels a world away right now (gaaaah, will this ever end?). Luckily, we have the internet - and lovely people like San Snova, who has invited us into her lovely, relaxed 56 sq metre apartment today. It's such a privilege to peek around others people's homes isn't it? San's flat is instantly recognisable thanks to its wonderful raw wall, fab kitchen tiles, plants, funky side tables and dramatically high ceiling. Enjoy the tour! 

I love these two coffee /side tables they add a cool edge to the room! Look closely at this picture and you'll also spot two of the biggest micro-trends right now: sculptured candles (this shell one is by Hebe) and 'wow' vases (the one on the desk is 'Kink' by Muuto*). 

Bang on trend colours in the bedroom I see: lavender bedlinen* combined with a beige bedspread - love that! Such a simple, yet lovely way to bring the latest spring trend into the home. 

See more of San's Hamburg home over at @sansnovazuhaus

It's been a while since we saw this 'raw' wall look - I'm a big fan as I think it adds contrast and a certain edginess. Are you a fan too? Before you decide, here are a couple of other homes with a similar look: 

It's half term here and things are getting kind of crazy around here! Time to take a little time out with my girls, I think! 

Wishing you a wonderful few days - see you Monday! 


Photography: San Snova - shared with kind permission


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  2. Fantastic!! That's why you are one of my favourite blogger. Thanks!!

  3. I love the shelves above the radiator. Are those Ikea? (the last thing I need is another "shelfie" obsession though [I developed one after I saw Botkyrka on MSH]).
    Also, I wish there was a comment on the leading photo - does the wall look like this after a wallpaper was removed, or is it something that was manually crafted? Stunning, either way.

    1. I checked in with San and it seems that these are in fact IKEA, but old and no longer in stock. The wall was apparently like this when they moved in, but I believe, exactly like it would look if you were to remove wallpaper in a house like this :)

    2. Thank you, Niki, for checking. I actually find the info re the wall on her Instagram, I should have come back to mention this. I am planning to do some sort of wall treatment in my bedroom to simulate a similar result (the beauty of paint is that you can easily repaint if it does not turn out as expected). I am just waiting for a bit nicer whether so that I can paint with an open window.


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