Whites and greys in a Swedish apartment

I woke up this morning to a thunderstorm. I love thunderstorms as long as I'm tucked up all cosy indoors. I once sat playing cards with with my family in a summer cottage while a thunderstorm raged outside and it was so cosy! What are your thoughts on thunder and lightening - exciting or frightening?! Do you have any happy memories from one? I hope the weather gets better though as it's actually a four day holiday here in Sweden so we're off for the weekend soon - yoohoo! Before I head off I wanted to leave you with this little gem of an apartment in Gothenburg which has been styled by Alvhem. It's so beautifully arranged and home to so many lovely pieces.

Alvhem makleri
I absolutely love the Flos 365 wall light. I was keen to have it in my sitting room and then I saw it in real life and realised it's actually really big! Perfect if you have a lot of wall space and looking to make a bold statement.

I also love the clothes rail. I've been thinking about buying one from Annaleena's shop for our guest bedroom. She has a lovely blog too.

Anything that catches your eye?

So guys, lots to do before I head off - hurry hurry hurry! I hope you all have a fab weekend and I'll see you Monday!

A beautifully designed Malmö apartment

Every now and again a home goes on the market which makes me want to move home (or at least use that as an excuse to go to the viewing!). Currently that home is one designed by interior stylist Emma Persson Lagerberg, in Gamla stan (the old district) of Malmö.

Mohv via Emma's Design Blog

So many cool rooms and pieces - personally I love the bathroom - there's something extremely luxurious about large bathrooms! What about you?

I spy soooo many fab designer pieces: The Louis Poulsen PH5, Tom Dixon Bronze Copper Shade pendent and the Muuto Unfold pendant lights. Vintage Eames side chairs DSW in the kitchen - try Lovely & Company for vintage fibreglass ones or for new plastic ones: Designcollectors where you can also find the Vitra DCM chair in black (15% off with code MYSCAN).

I wonder how the owners can leave this home?
PS Thank you so much for all your lovely comments about my 'spring' dining space yesterday, you made my day!

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My home: first signs of spring

Hello Monday! I hope you all had a lovely weekend. I'm feeling very revived after a weekend sailing in the Öresund! Back home I cut a few sprigs from our Japanese Cherry tree and used them as a centre piece on our dining room table. Despite the signs of spring I'm not quite ready to lose the sheepskin rugs yet.....they're too comfy for words!!

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A little 'get the look' info..... around the table: the dining chairs are from a flee market and painted white, vintage stool from Lovely & Company. On the table, the Iittala Nappula Candleholder gifted by Finnish Design Shop, the Muuto Gloria candleholder gifted by Nest and the Kubus Bowl gifted by By Lassen. The white bowl is by a local swedish ceramicist. Am I missing anything?

What do you have on your dining room table?

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