A lovely Swedish home full of flea market finds

By | September 25, 2015


The beauty of the Internet is that you can take a peek inside homes from all round the world without even leaving your coffee spot! Yesterday we were just outside Sydney taking a wander around a beautiful Australian beach house in dreamy seaside blues and today we’re taking a tour of an eclectic home in Svedala, just outside Malmö, Sweden! Home to Anja, the blogger behind ‘En Klick Smör’ and her family, the ethos is very much about ‘slow-living’. Kitchen worktops are bursting with homegrown or locally sourced produce and the entire house has been furnished with a delightful mix of flea market finds. The result is a personal home where family happiness and health comes first. 

Photography: Carina Olander (shared with kind permission), Styling: Johanna Flyckt Gashi 
/ Leva & Bo

Such a charming home, don’t you think? I love the mix of floors (white, black and chequered) and the pretty wallpaper in the hallway. 

Is there anything that stands out to you?

Get the look from Anja’s home: kitchen – handmade Finnish shingle basket, source a similar vintage industrial pendant here. Dining room – pick up a vintage Bumling pendant light here. Sitting room / bedroom – Pillow me sells a beautiful range of Kilim cushions and pillows. Test Farrow & Ball’s range of blues for a similar wall colour.

Going back to that chequered floor. Remember the one in this Swedish home on an island too? Oh so lovely. I’d love to create my own one day – how about you?

Have a lovely day!

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