Cosy Corner At Home / Short Break!

There's a storm rolling (again) so I thought I'd wrap up the week with some pictures of a very cosy corner in our sitting room where I'm planning too hide-out! 

Come spring, the brown tones, sheepskins and blankets will be swapped out for fresh spring blooms and breezy linens. For now, though it's the perfect place to cosy up while the storm rages outside! 

Get the look: Ikea Söderhamn sofa with Bemz linen cover*, rug from Natur Pur (more pictures of it here), wooden table / bench*,  mug by local Hanna Keramic, wooden bowl*, danish wool blanket from Silkeborg Uldspinderi

It's the school half term in southern Sweden next week so I'll be taking some down time with the little ladies and Per. 

But naturally I'd never leave you without some beautiful Scandi interiors to enjoy!  Here are some of my favourite archives:

And these: 

Oh, and if you fee like a relaxing getaway in the Stockholm archipelagos - don't miss my instagram giveaway to win a one-night stay in the love suite at Vår Gård Saltsjöbaden - including a three-course dinner and breakfast for two! It's open until 28th Feb. 

Wishing you a wonderful week - see you Monday 28th Feb! 


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  1. That does look like the perfect place to snuggle in! Enjoy your time away!

  2. So cozy. You'll have to show us a side by side of what it looks like in the winter versus in the spring. :)

  3. Love it! Especially that lovely bench/coffee table! I also have an old wooden bowl full of pine cones and antlers and candles. A great hygge moment!

  4. It's a really cozy corner :)

  5. Did you change out the bottom cushion of your sofa to a custom made one? The sofas sold here in the US have an extremely thin cushion. It makes this sofa decidedly hard and uncomfortable. Otherwise, I love the look!

    1. Hi Terry, I haven't changed the bottom cushions, only the covers over the cushions. It's never bothered us as a family, we've always found this sofa very comfy. More details about the changes we made here:

  6. Thanks to the skillful selection of their shape and the material they are made of, we can constantly enjoy the beautiful arrangement of our small peculial space! Good job Niki!


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