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A black and white Stockholm apartment

Hello there! With the arrival of spring yesterday I had to show an apartment showing proof of the pools of sunlight we're finally enjoying! This black and white Stockholm apartment is for sale through Fantastic Frank and sits high up over Vasastan. The style is quite masculine and minimalist. My favourite space is the bedroom and the reading corner on the balcony (now that it's spring!). What about you?







Fantastic Frank
I was lucky enough to spend the day in Copenhagen yesterday. I'd been planning a trip for ages as I'd never been to the Hay concept store and various other stores that have recently opened . Hay definitely didn't disappoint set over two levels and beautifully styled. Next time I'll take my Canon camera so I can share some pictures. 

I also nipped into Goerg Jensen to see the new flagship store display (which has become my first My Scandinavian Home instagram image! Yes, I've FINALLY joined instagram....haha sooo late to the party!) and my favourite design store Stilleben. One of my favourite parts of the day though was sitting outside for lunch with a glass of wine and a magazine in the sunshine- luxury!

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An office in the nude

Who said Monday mornings back at work had to be painful?! I love the nude, black and white colour scheme paired with the slightly masculine styling of this office space by Norske Interiör Bloggers (NIB) for Studio Magazine, Norway. If I worked here I'd be one very happy Monday morning person indeed, what about you?!






Norske Interiör Bloggers with kind permission

The office was styled with pieces borrowed from fab Norwegian shops  VERKET INTERIØRZANZHVIIT and BOLINAYou can pick up a Vitra Panton Chair in white here (15% discount with the code MYSCAN). 

Any pieces you liked in particular? I think the oversized pencil sharpener is pretty cool!

I hope you all had a fab weekend. Happy Monday to you all, here's to an office full if nudes! 


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MSH in Hearst Home

Sadly I couldn't be at be at the Milan Salone del Mobile (or Milan Furniture Fair) but I was there in spirit as My Scandinavian Home blog is featured in the latest edition of beautiful Italian interiors magazine Hearst Home. My italian is not great non existant, but for those of you who can, here's the piece in case you fancy a light read.





A big thanks to Serena for scanning in the piece and sending it over, you're a sweetheart!

I hope you're all having a wonderful weekend! 

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