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Today I am showing you a lovely, sun drenched apartment in Sweden. Thanks to its high ceilings, large windows and crisp white walls, the 51-square-meter home feels bright and airy. Lots of natural shades and different essences of wood were used to decorate the place, making it inviting and warm. It has a pared down color palette with a hint of black for just enough contrast. The style has an effortless mix of vintage finds and designer pieces, giving the home a personal vibe and an eclectic look.
This home has a beautiful simplicity that I love. Very inspiring!
Scroll down a few pictures for how to get the look.
If you’d like to recreate the look at home, here are a few products to help you do so:
- A black semi pendant lamp* from Gubi
- A Flowerpot lamp* by Verner Panton
- A String shelf system
- A mirrored Slit table* from Hay
- For a similar grey shag pile rug, click here*
- Teak furniture – Check out my favourite places to buy vintage Scandinavian design
- An Ivar cabinet from IKEA
- Frama’s D27 shelf
- A Cross blanket from Pia Wallen
- A rolling cart by Normann Copenhagen
- A white Arka chair by Stolab
For more beautiful Scandinavian-inspired homes, browse the image gallery.
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Photos: Kvarteret Mäkleri
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Note: I first wrote this article in 2016. Since then, it was significantly updated and republished.