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A Small-ish Swedish Home, That's Big on Character

Tjena! Hur är läget? I'm stopping by to share this funky 46 m2 / 495 m2 Swedish apartment (it's turning into a small-ish living space week!) with you today. Whereas in the Swedish home I shared on Monday, the living room also doubled up as the bedroom and home office, in this charming apartment, the main room serves as a living room, dining room and kitchen. 

Even so, the owners have successfully carved out different zones and added lots of character through a blend off mid-century and modern-day pieces as well as plenty of art! Keep a look out for the bedroom which has been painted in a cosy blue / green, which immediately separates it from the main living area. I hope this home provides you with plenty of inspiration! 



For some reason I'm really drawn to the kitchen, it's really cute! I also love the gallery wall in the sitting room, it adds so much to the space, don't you think?

Is there anything that caught your eye? 

One small detail you may not have noticed is the stool under the round mirror. It's been upholstered with Svenskt Tenn fabric which is having a major moment in Scandinavian homes. You'll likely spot it in on bed headboards, cushions, armchairs and chairs in the coming months! 

Enjoy a load more small spaces in this archive. 

Have a lovely day friends! 

Niki

Photography: Boukari, Styling Copparstad for Historiska Hem

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  1. I love all the art in this home as well!

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    1. The art makes all the difference. In fact, the art photography with the girl was one of the first things that caught my eye when I found this apartment! / Niki

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  2. Yes indeed! And also the cozy little bedroom.

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    1. The bedroom is so cosy! Love that they have used another colour. /Niki

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  3. Actually I really love that mirror. So simple but adds so much!

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    1. Yes! It's a great use of wall space, and helps to make the space look lighter and bigger! /Niki

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  4. I love the seaweed print pillow in the center of the sofa. Any idea where to find it? Thank you!

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    1. I'm afraid I'm not sure where these are from but I'll keep a look out and let you know if I find the source. /Niki

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  5. Every space is so appealing. I have a real affinity for round mirrors and love how this reflects the art. I am really drawn to the dining space with the shelving niche, too.

    Pamela Turner

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    1. Yes, great point about reflecting the art. Mirrors are so useful in many ways and make for great decor! /Niki

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  6. I loved it all! All the spaces are so classy and functional and yet so modest in size. The wall color in the bedroom is just perfect and I loved the antique vibe in that room!

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    1. Yes, the antique vibe adds so much character and the bedroom wall really helps to create a small room look cosy and inviting! /Niki

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