Designed by Carl Robert Lindström in the 1920s, this large residence north of Stockholm was restored and transformed into a contemporary family home.
The owners bought the abandoned house and gave it the love and care that was much needed. They wanted to stay true to the house’s original style by preserving the arches, ceiling paintings and other quirky features like the safe and a butler’s bell box. The Swedish villa now has character and lots of charm, with a modern touch and a classic elegance.
Decorated with taste, the interior is filled with great design pieces. You’ll notice vases and pots from Svenskt Tenn, lamps by Gubi, Flos, and Örsjö Belysning, a dining table by Per Söderberg, and many other furnishings by Ikea, H&M Home and House Doctor, among others.
A beautiful, bright and airy home just like we like them!
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Photos: Carina Olander for Hus & Hem