Hello December, time to decorate!

As we reach December it is time to finally get all those festive decorations out and make your home feel Christmassy! We are taking inspiration from some talented Swedish bloggers on how to do it best

Take a look at Johanna Bradford's post on how to get Christmas ready here
Photography: Kristin Largerqvist

Elsa Billgren's blog is full of festive inspiration check it out here
Photography: Elsa Billgren

Kristin Largerqvist has one of the most stunning homes around and her blog is always full of amazing images
Photography: Kristin Largerqvist

We love AnnaCate's uber cosy home. This Christmas star from Watt & Veke is stunning
Photography: Catarina

Another blogger with great style is Danielle Witte, her home is looking so festive and tasteful

Get the look - our new fave Stockholm flat

We loved the intriors of the flat in our previous blog post so much that we decided to try to recreate it. Here's how you can get the look!

Rug // Swoon, Wall paint // Farrow and Ball, Stoneware vase // Att Pynta, Picture //
, Gold votive // Att Pynta, Sheepskin rug // Trouva, Sideboard // Swoon, Table lamp // John Lewis, Candle holder // Att Pynta, Armchair // Vinterior


This stunning flat has been styled by the people behind Dusty Deco, an amazing interior shop in Stockholm. It's clear that a lot of thought has been put into the design and colour scheme of this space. We love the muted greys and dusty pinks as well as the use of natural materials such as linen and wood.

Photography: Henrik Nero for Ekenstam

Crushing on amber velvet

The uber talented furniture designer Amelia Widell of MeliMeli Home has one lovely living room.

If you want to take a closer look at her designs, you can see the the collection here - Att Pynta, we exclusively stock the range here in UK!

Our fave of the moment is the Luca sofa in amber velvet

Photo 1 and 2 by Amelia Widell

Stockholm Dream house

This enormous house in area of Djursholm, Stockholm is the perfect sanctuary in the city. This eclectic and charming abode is the home of Marie-Louise Sjögren, art buyer at H&M, and her family. The decor incorporates a lot of lovely pieces from the Swedish heritage brand, and one of our personal favourites, Svenskt Tenn.

At fist glance, the decor of this home might not seem like your typical scaled back Nordic aesthetic, however there are actually a lot of Scandinavian pieces here. This place is really one of a kind, and it is one lucky family that get to call this house their home

Images via: Per Jansson and Linda Alfvegren for T W W P

Today's Detail

We love this eccentric little dining space

Image: Aarb Magazine

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Industrial & monochrome

This stunning apartment situated in an old industrial building in Stockholm ticks all the boxes! We love the dark framed large windows and the impressive ceiling height of 4 meters. This home has been very tastefully decorated with monochrome tones of grey, brown and natural wood as well as touches of green and mustard. Simple and stylish

Images: Historiska hem