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Old Meets New in a Beautiful Swedish House From 1910


I've got a sunny Swedish home tour to share with you today that matches the bright sunshine we're currently enjoying in Sweden. I hope you are also able to feel the warmth oozing from the pictures! This historical house near Uppsala went on the market this week and I've never been so tempted to relocate! Dating back to 1910, the traditional early 20th century architecture serves as a backdrop for contemporary design touches and an eclectic blend of furniture. The result is a wonderful, warm and inviting home in which you'd want to pull up a sheepskin-covered chair and stay for a while! Ready to feel inspired? 



I feel more relaxed just looking at these rooms, how about you? What a perfect place to unwind! 

The sunroom really caught my eye - I can just imagine sitting there on a cold, sunny day with a cup of tea. Heaven! And just how lush is the surrounding parkland? 

Quick lamp round-up as there are some real classics in this home: 


Could you imagine living here? 

Niki

Photography courtesy of Länsförsäkringar Fastighetsförmedling

LATEST COMMENTS:

  1. Niki, sometimes I think you are a mind reader. You seem to have a knack for showcasing homes where I would love to live. I love everything about this--the beadboard, the built-ins, the old-meeets-new vibe, the sun porch, the outdoor area. And that chandelier!!!!!

    Is that a wood-burning cookstove?

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    1. It is indeed! Aren't they wonderful? I'm so happy you enjoyed this tour as much as I did!

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  2. I so enjoy your blog every day. It's such a bright spot during these difficult times.

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    1. Thank you so much Nancy, your comment means a lot. It's been tricky to know what to do was, so in the end I decided to continue with what I know best - bringing a little light to everyone's day with Scandinavian design! x

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  3. I am loving this home - every single room.

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  4. I like it when an old house with a soul is restored to its new splendor. Great job!

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