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Kitchen perfection

One of our favourite Swedish interior bloggers, Johanna Bradford, has done it again - she's created an absolutely dreamy kitchen in her 1920's home in Borås, Sweden. She has moved several times over the past few years and we've loved following her designing and renovating all her homes. You can see a post we did on her previous home here

We are drooling over the marble butler sink teamed with raw brass details. Another favourite part is the stunning emerald green and cream tiles covering the splash back and fan, such a great idea to tile in the fan in that way! Finally, that oven from Ilve is a real stunner, the mix of clean stainless steel and warm brass is just perfection

Johanna is now also making her passion for kitchen design into a business called Cupboards & Goods and we can't wait for it to properly launch!

Follow Johanna's lovely Instagram account here, you can also find her blog here

Photography: Fanny Rådvik
Styling: Sophia Bratt

Scandinavia in Ontario

When we first saw this stunning home on Remodelista we immediately thought it must be located in Scandinavia. It has a classic Swedish tiled fireplace (kakelugn in Swedish) and the home is full of Scandinavian design pieces. The house is actually located in Ontario, Canada and belongs to John and Juli Baker, founders of interior concept store Mjölk selling Scandinavian and Japanese pieces.

The couple had the 200 year old kakelugn sent from Sweden and reassembled in their home tile by tile, you can read more about it here in the Mjölks journal.

Among the beautiful furniture we can spot a Arne Jackobsen sofa, a classic Märta Måås-Fjetterström rug, Hans Wegner chairs and a few pieces from Svenskt Tenn and Josef Frank. We also have to mention the stunning antique solid marble bath tub from an old spa in Portugal, that must have come with a hefty shipping fee!

Photography: Juli Baker, read the full article on Remodelista

Green, green, green...

The light in this is stunning Stockholm apartment is so dreamy. The pale sage green wall colour really complements the diffused light as well as enhanes the beautiful wall panels.

The layout is great as it gives you that open plan feeling but still has a bit of separation between the rooms – and a built in bookcase wall is always a winning concept in our books!

We are not quite sure what to think about the wall mounted greenery in the dining room, is it pretty cool or a bit too much?! What do you think?

A Scandinavian Christmas

Christmas is almost here and we are getting very excited - we are doing plenty of decorating and lighting many candles!

Take a look at our Xmas Pinterest board to get inspired and create your own Scandi Christmas.

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Grandeur

Imagine waking up in this grand bedroom every morning? It would definitely make those grey Monday mornings a bit less mundane. This flat in Gothenburg is full of stunning original turn of the century features which are to die for. The panelling in the bedroom is beautifully enhanced by the stunning warm grey paint colour. Adding to the grand decor is the the lovely original star parquet flooring which luckily has been preserved in this room.

Photography Anders Bergsedt, Styling Josefsson Ljung for Entrance Mäkleri

Today's detail

Today's details is from @annakuble. This gorgeous bouquet is ticking all the boxes...

Autumn

Autumn is all about cosying up with a cup of hot chocolate and a good book in your favourite chair. Here's some Autumnal inspo to get you excited for the season!

For more inspiration, take a look at our Autumn Pinterest board

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