This studio apartment styled by Josefin Hååg fits perfectly in the ‘slow living’ trend you see so much right now. The entire space is decorated is soft tones like grey, beige and natural materials. By not stuffing the space with many items the small home feels spacious, light and very comfortable. It’s a Scandinavian beauty (and it’s for sale through Fantastic Frank).
I’m back from holiday (which you may have noticed on my Instragram stories) so there’s a lot of catching up to do. I went to Sweden for a week so to stay in the Swedish mood I’ll start blogging again with a Swedish home. This home came up for sale yesterday and it’s absolutely stunning. The black & white colour palette combined with some vintage items, design pieces and lovely use of wallpaper make for a cozy home. Seeing homes like this only make me want to go back to Sweden!
This apartment in Norway may be small but it’s absolutely packed with style. Home owner Lone Mariel has transformed this 52 square meter apartment into a unique home filled with vintage items and great colour combinations. Like so many Scandinavian homes the base is white, black and grey but Lone has added some wonderful colours to this monochrome colour scheme. Most notable is naturally the yellow sofa but there’s also brown, dusty pink, copper and the plants add some green touches. I really love this home and it’s no wonder that it’s in the running for Norway’s most beautiful home competition.
When I’m searching for gorgeous homes to feature on my blog I’m often more interested in the small apartments. I always thinks it demonstrates that to make a house a home you don’t need big spaces and a lot of stuff. Small is good. This apartment in Stockholm is a good example of that. I love the shade of blue in the living room and bedroom (it reminds me a bit of this apartment). And it’s a nice surprise to see that lovely shade of pink in the hallway.
This home in Hellerup, Denmark is so filled with colours that it puts a smile to my face. The light blue tones are seen thoughout the aparment from the wooden floor to the kitchen cabinets, bathroom tiles and bedroom closet. Next to the blue tones you see many other colours and to liven up the place even more it is filled with plants! I really love this apartment. The mixture of old and new, the colour combinations and the freshness of the home is just lovely.
I would love a home in the country and this home in Denmark is pretty much perfect. It dates back to 1885 and has views over the ocean. The home has so many wonderful features; exposed beams, bright spaces, nice pops of colour, cozy textures and an attic bedroom (I love attic bedrooms). It has a wonderful combination of styles, textures and of course the Scandinavian brightness. Good news if this is just the home you’ve always wanted because it’s for sale!
This studio apartment in Gothenburg was sold before it even properly hit the market. Luckily interior stylist Emma Fischer published the pictures of this studio on her website so we can all enjoy it. It might be small but it really has everything you need; a sofa, a double bed and a large dining table for dinner parties! I love Emma’s styling, you can see more studio’s that she styled here, here & here on my blog. Or just look at this gorgeous dark apartment that by her styling. Really I could move into any apartment that she styles!
Getting into the weekend I’m giving you this lovely Scandinavian home to dream off. The apartment still has its orginal 1920s features such as herringbone floors, panel doors and stucco. The home is beautifully decorated with many amazing Scandinavian brands and stunning artwork. Like many Scandinavian homes it’s a very light home but the decorations make it extremely cozy. If this were my home, I might never leave it!
I love an attic apartment. I know slanted ceilings aren’t always very practical but it does give the space some natural coziness. This apartment in Stockholm just came on the market through ESNY and it’s a stunner. The space is decorated in shades of white, grey and black like many Scandinavian spaces. But the neutral color palette gets some warmth and personal touches by using wood, plants and a lot of artwork. Gosh I love Scandinavian homes, don’t you?