A Dated House Transformed Into an Idyllic Swedish Country Home

Are you ready to kick off the week in the Swedish countryside? This lovely farm just outside Karlskrona and her family dates back to 1880 - and Maria and her family have been renovating it with all the care and attention it deserves. From the hand-built kitchen, to wood panel walls, and pretty wallpaper, it's been transformed into a beautiful home full of beautiful old pieces and soft, earthy tones. Here are the before and after pictures: 

Kitchen before

Kitchen after

Sitting room before

Sitting room after

Bedroom before 

Bedroom after

Children's bedroom before 

Children's bedroom after

Beautiful transformation - it's truly become a lovely, cosy home. 

I love all of these rooms - but my favourite is probably the kitchen, isn't it lovely?

Did anything stand out to you? 

See more pictures from Maria's home and life in the Swedish countryside over at @mariasinredning.

Here are a few other houses you might like today: 

Have a great start to the week! 


Photography courtesy of @mariasinredning - shared with kind permission. 


  1. I love the before and after photos. Gorgeous house!

    1. Happy you enjoyed seeing the transformation :) / Niki

  2. Absolutely stunning transformation! Just beautiful.

    1. They have done such a great job with this makeover - it looms as though it may have been used for storage before. And now it's a lovely home :) / Niki

  3. I love a good makeover. What a great home to raise a family.

  4. I wish they had kept a few items from the sitting room before, which fit well with the period of the house. Love the green in the kitchen, for me the lampshade there is somewhat fussy

  5. Such a lovely renovation. I would really like to know where the kitchen s
    ink is from.

  6. So sad that they didn't keep the old floors!


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