A Delightful, Pared-Back Swedish family Home

By | November 21, 2018

The owner of this beautiful Swedish pad certainly knows a thing or two about interior design. I wish I knew who they were (tips welcome!). But, what I do know is that it was recently for sale through Bjurfors, so one lucky person has got lots to look forward to – even after the furniture has been removed! Just take a look at the beautiful herringbone parquet floors, stucco ceilings and soft toned walls for starters. And of course, there’s the actual furniture, with it’s delightful mix of vintage and mid-century finds. Let’s dive in!

Above: Marshall Speakers*

The long make-shift sofa is everything in this room! Love all the linens! At the top of the wall you can catch a glimpse of a series of porcelain wall lights strung together with old fashioned twisted electrical chord. These are available locally from Byggfabriken (it’s worth asking in your local lighting store if they can help source similar).

Stoke Tripp trapp chair*, Grey linen fabric by the half yard /metre* (this one* is pretty too!)

The open storage to the left is all IKEA

Source a vintage army cot exactly like this one here* (the Safari daybed is similar).  

I’ve often wondered about these army cots. They look fab and all, but not entirely comfy?! Is that just me?

Dromedary duvet cover

Kind of a beautiful apartment, don’t you think? I couldn’t find the exact location but I have a sneaking suspicion it’s here in Malmö!

What do you reckon? Could you imagine moving here?!

If you’d like to brighten up your day with a few more inspiring Scandi home tours today – I’m loving a vintage-inspired Swedish home full of soul, a charming Danish home with mid-century touches, and a rustic Norwegian hide-away.

Happy hump day (as a Brit I find this expression very hard to get used to for reasons I’m not going to go into! – does anyone else feel the same)?!

Ha det så kul!


PS I’ll be back this evening with my first of two Scandi gift guides! I hope it’ll give you a few ideas for Christmas pressies!

Photography courtesy of Bjurfors – found via Style Files with thanks.

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