An early 20th-century house is the family home of designer Trine Skollers and her 2 children. The bright home is a beautiful mixture of good design pieces and objects she found during her travels. Thoughout the home you’ll find beautiful colourful rugs from Peru that bring nice pops of colour to the white base. Her home has a beautiful combination of art, fabrics and colours. It really is a nice family home that’s personal and can really be lived in!
As you know I always love a good Scandinavian home. This small studio apartment came on the market today and it’s perfect Scandi style. The grey and white colour scheme gives the small space a serene vibe. Combine this with cozy fabrics and some wooden elements and you get yourself a perfect Scandinavian home. Love it!
After last week’s post, I have another Swedish country home for you. This 1930s home in Southern Sweden has been featured in many interior magazines and belongs to make up artist Amelie Holmberg. Inside the home has a typical Scandinavian colour scheme, a lot of white, black and grey. I love the vintage touch of the interior which I think fits so well in the countryside. Outside the home has a lovely garden with plenty of cozy sitting spaces. Living in the Swedish country is a bit of a dream of mine so this is right up my alley!
A small apartment can still feel spacious, which is something this apartment shows. Despite the size ánd the slanted ceilings it still feels like plenty of space. With a light wooden floor and white walls it definitely has the typical Scandi style. My favourite room is definitely that bedroom. They used a glass wall which in such a small space is very clever. This way you don’t loose any light ánd the room feels larger. I love the colour scheme in the bedroom with the white, grey and soft pink. With a Moroccan rug and the plants the room is complete and I really wish I could lie under that skylight on rainy days!
I don’t think that my love for attic apartments will ever go away. I found another beauty today, a lovely Scandinavian attic apartment in Gothenborg. Decorated in black, grey and white this is certainly a perfect example of monochrome Scandinavian design. The white walls and floor keep the apartment as bright as possible. I’m in love with that wall finish in the living space, it gives the space some extra texture. Oh and if you want to keep fit, you can do your gymnastic exercises on those rings in the living room 😉
This beautiful country home in Sweden belongs to Robin Berkhuizen. You might have seen snippets of his home when he shared them on instagram. Now he’s selling his stunning home and we can drool at his home with even more pictures. In 2013 he completely renovated this former overnight residence in the time that people still travelled by horse. They only kept the frame of the house and transformed it into a stunning country home where modern and historic elements come together. If you follow this blog you probably know that I love exposed beams and exposed brickwork so I was very happy to see those in this home. Every room in this house looks amazing and the garden space is a perfect luxurious relaxing space.
It’s one of those days where I just want some simple Scandinavian design. I love this bright apartment in Gothenburg. Neutral colours, bright spaces and natural materials (I love those IKEA Stockholm wicker chairs!). It’s everything you expect in a Scandinavian home and I love it.
Give me a beautifully preserved historic home any time and you make me very happy. This apartment in Gothenburg dates back to 1898 and still has wonderful historic features. The home is decorated with wonderful furniture but you shouldn’t forget to look up as well. The biggest historic feature in this home is the painted ceiling in the living room. Isn’t is amazing? Throughout the home you’ll find more original details. That in combination with the design furniture gives the home a beautiful mix of old and new.
There are so many things that I love in this apartment. First of all it’s a studio (yay) plus it it has a gorgeous wooden floor ánd it is filled with plants. They’re even growing out of the stunning Swedish fireplace! It’s certainly styled Scandinavian but I think it also has a nice boho vibe to it. I love it!
Yes.. I love a good studio apartment. This studio in Stockholm came on the market today and it’s completely decorated in grey tones. I love the dividing wall to create a seperate sleeping space. And with the windows in the dividing wall it doesn’t become a dark corner. I can easily see myself living in this beauty.