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A Beautiful Swedish Country Home With Touches of Autumn

Tjena! Hur är läget? Has Autumn kicked in where you are? Here in southern Sweden the edges of the leaves are starting to turn yellow and soon we'll experience nature's fiery last dance. I love to watch the Swedes embrace the season by drawing nature indoors. Just Northwest of Stockholm, 'höst' is a step ahead and interior photographer Mari Magnusson has added vibrant colours to her charming country home. Think dahlia and chrysanthemum in shades of yellow, orange, red, purple and brown, foraged leaves, and pumpkins set against a backdrop of soothing white. This home tour is a total joy!

Absolutely beautiful! What a country dream!

It makes me want to head out to the nearest park or nature reserve to forage for the fruits of Autumn. Do you feel the same?

Wait until you see how Mari decorates her home at Christmas - I can't wait to share some pictures! 

In the meantime, if you're not already following Mari on instagram, head to @anangelinmyhome!

There's also plenty more Scandinavian-style Autumn decorating ideas to be found here:  


Time to get foraging and light those candles! 

Niki

Photography courtesy of Mari Magnusson, shared with kind permission

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  1. I need to find out where I can get a big fluffy duvet like that. That room looks very comfortable

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    1. I was thinking that too - it makes you want to jump through the photo and fall backwards onto it in a star-shape!

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  2. You had me at the first picture. I want to snuggle up there! Is that a wood burning kitchen stove?

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  3. do you really cook on a wood burning stove? once at camp, we stayed in a cabin that had one. but it was not easy.

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    1. I don't have one personally (this isn't my home sadly) - but I asked a friend who has one and she said that she uses hers more for heating our boiling water etc (once on). I am guessing there are people that use them, though less and less.

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