A magnificent white Swedish apartment

Well hello there. How was your weekend? Sunday was a big day in the My Scandinavian Home household - it was the man's birthday! If there's one thing he loves it's the sea, so we treated him for brunch at Bjärreds Saltsjöbad out on the end of a 600 metre long pier (pic here!) before heading to see one of his favourite Swedish singers Lise Ekdahl in concert (Vem vet is one of her most famous songs - must have a listen if you get a mo!).  She was wonderful! Right now I'm on a bit of a white interior streak here on the blog, and it seems it's set to continue ( I think when you see this beautiful apartment in Linnéstaden, Gothenburg you'll understand why!). The vast swathes of white walls and light wood floors are broken up by a mix of Scandinavian design and vintage pieces in subtle touches of black, gold and cognac, allowing the magnificent architecture and feeling of space to take centre stage. How I'd love to be padding around here this morning, how about you?!

Photography - Anders Bergstedt. Styling -  Anna Furbacken - for sale through Entrance

No,  you weren't mistaken - yes, this apartment is for sale! Fancy a move to Gothenburg?! Race you there....

Get the look: dining area - Bentwood chairs, these clay plant pots are similar. Bedroom - vintage kimonos look lovely hung on the bedroom wall (and as a cover up over a simple outfit of course!), light grey linen throw.

I've seen the white pendant in the bedroom so many times before but can't for the life of me remember where this morning - can anyone help? Also any tips on that fab white bean bag?

Have a wonderful start to the week!

PS I was so happy to see My Scandinavian Home instagram feed mentioned in Vanity Fair (Italy) this weekend, it's made my week and it hasn't even started - thank you!

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Putting Malmö on the map, Grafomap style

One of the best things about coming back from holiday is looking through all the post - and this time there were even a few packages! Just before I left I created a custom map poster over at Grafomap. Grafomap allows you to create your own beautifully designed poster of a special place  - whether its the area you grew up, where you went to university or an unforgettable trip - you simply type in the country, city or address and the map will appear. You can even customise it with colour!  I've been living in Malmö, Sweden's third largest city for over ten years and it's constantly evolving - I'm so proud to be a part of a city which gets better and better and wanted to add a little nod to it in my own home. When I returned, this wonderful map of Malmö was waiting for me on my doorstep! Which place would you choose?

Photography and styling: Niki Brantmark / My Scandinavian Home.

I hope you like it!

Oh and Grafomap ships worldwide too - perfect! You can get more inspiration over on Instagram here.

I'd love to see a picture of your map in your home - if you post it don't forget to use the hashtag #grafomap so we can find it!

Have a great weekend!

This post is sponsored by Grafomap. However, all words are my own and I only ever collaborate with brands I love and think you will too. Thank you for supporting the companies which help me bring fresh content to your inbox.

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