A lovely Swedish space in white and wood (with lots of plants)

By | October 6, 2016


Is it getting dark in the morning where you are? When my alarm clock went off  this morning it was pitch black and I found myself humming ‘hello darkness my old friend’! Not kidding. Nothing that a few cups of slow brew coffee and a beautiful home can’t solve though, and oh do I have one today! This apartment in Gothenburg, Sweden has lovely period features, high ceilings and large rooms filled with light. And if that’s not enough, talented stylist Emma Fischer has gone and put her magic touch on it for Bjurfors too! Let’s take a tour…

Credits:  stylist – Emma Fischer photography – Alan Cordic / for sale through Bjurfors Gothenburg.

Lovely, don’t you think?

I think this is probably the nicest bedroom stroke work space I’ve seen – there’s so much room for each and the shelves bridge the two zones perfectly! Very inspiring (speaking as someone who has a desk in my bedroom). I also love the plants!

Is there anything that catches your eye?

Get the look – dining area: Hay about a chair, bertoia chair, thonet chair. bedroom – string shelving system, Kvist light by Jonas Bohlin this chunky knit throw is similar (and soooo cosy!), seagrass belly basket.

It was a while since I shared a little mid-week link love wasn’t it? How miserable of me! Here goes…

The perfect blue velvet sofa.

I’ve got my eye on this glass cabinet from IKEA.

This scene will have you dreaming…

The boho bedroom. 

How about this pretty hellebore wreath?

Have a lovely day!

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