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Mathilda & Anton's Serene Apartment in Southern Sweden

Hello friends, happy Monday! I was always get a little extra excited when I discover a home tour in Malmö - and this one is SO beautiful! Plus, it has a wonderful, serene vibe which I thought would help us launch into the week on a lovely, calm note! Tucked away on a quiet street in the leafy district of Rörsjöstaden, this turn-of-the-century apartment has been given some real TLC from owners Mathilda and Anton. The newly renovated living space has been decorated in a sea of neutrals, with warm wood playing a central role. Look closely and you'll also spy Scandinavian design pieces (I've done my best to include some links!), high street finds, vintage pieces and plenty of art! Välkommen in! 

The bamboo lamp, believe it or not, is from HM Home - what a find (currently out of stock, which doesn't surprise me)! The light oak table is from JYSK and the chairs are classic wishbone. The wooden kitchen cabinets are from IKEA. 

A vintage wall catches the light in the corner of the sitting room (source similar here*) while at is piled up beneath, waiting to be hung. 

An IKEA sofa and two armchairs are arranged around an IKEA coffee table. A String shelving unit runs along the back wall beneath a series of paintings and a Samsung Frame TV (cleverly disguised as art in the centre of the gallery wall). 


Mathilda has set up a home office on a fold-away vintage table by the window. 

Striped linen bedding from IKEA catches the light in the bedroom. The linen cushions are from Swedish brand Granit. 

There's something about this home, with it's beautiful natural light and soft tones that has made me feel ultra-calm this Monday, hope about you?

See more pictures of Mathilda and Anton's lovely Malmö hope over at @sekelskiftsdagboken

May this feeling of calm remain all week!

Having said that, I have a feeling I might just get pulses racing tomorrow. I'm busy preparing a post about an awe-inspiring Swedish holiday home in a former fire station (including before and after pics)! Whatever you're doing tomorrow, make sure you stop by!

Wishing you all a wonderful start to the week!

Niki

Photography: Mathilda / @sekelskiftsdagboken

LATEST COMMENTS:

  1. Really like the combo of high and low furniture. So nice. Those kitchen cabinets are great. I don't think we have them in Canada Ikea, I don't think. But that Scandinavian light makes everything so great :-)

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    1. Thank you for pointing that out, so true, it creates a lovely sense of balance and uses the full height of the apartment too.

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    2. Thank you for pointing that out, so true, it creates a lovely sense of balance and uses the full height of the apartment too.

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    3. I like the kitchen very much myself. I have not looked at what Ikea offers in terms of kitchen cabinetry but I believe these shown here have never been available in Canada. It's a shame, they are beautiful.
      I wonder what makes Ikea offer different products in different countries. Market research, I am sure, I guess we are not see as being seriously interested in the Scandinavian esthetic.

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  2. Love your couches! How do you keep them so clean? Even when I do upholstery cleaning mine never quite look as white!

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