Easter Inspiration

With Easter upon us we wanted to share some great ways of bringing the season into your home! Easter decoration, or 'pynt' as we call it in Sweden, can easily look tacky so sticking to muted or earthy tones is a great trick!

One stylist who is really good at getting the Easter decorations right is Danielle Witte. Several of the below images are styled by her - take a look at her blog here for more inspiration.

Scroll down and feel the inspiration flow!

Images sources can be found here and via Danielle Witte's blog

Weekend feels

Kicking of the weekend with this lovely light Swedish apartment. We love the sleek monochrome kitchen and dusty grey walls

Styling: Sarah Widman Anette Hallback
Photography: Fredrik J Karlsson for Alvhem

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Get the look

Get the look for the light and beautiful apartment in our previous blog post!

Cross rug Att Pynta // Printed cushion John Lewis // Amber yellow velvet ottoman Att Pynta // Framed palm print Fox and Feather // Vase Artilleriet // Black shelves Att Pynta // Linen sofa Att Pynta // Table lamp Skandium

White on white

This light and beautiful apartment is a real stunner. The white walls and whitewashed floor boards makes for a super bright space where the furniture can take centre stage.

We are in love with the beautiful kitchen with cabinets in that perfect pale sage colour, teamed with marble surfaces. The classic cane bistro chairs look great in the space with a clean and simple dining table.

Photography: Anders Bergstedt for Entrance Mäkleri

Today's Detail

Lovely kitchen close up, who dosen't love a marble splash back?!
Photography: Fredric Boukari for Historiska Hem

Moody tones

This uber stylish one-bedroom apartment in Stockholm is truly a sight for sore eyes! The colour palette throughout this home has been carefully considered to achieve a cohesive and calm look.

Painting the wood works (such as skirting, window and door frames) is something we've seeing more and more of lately. Going for one or two tones darker than the walls gives a cosy feel and really shows off those beautiful period details.

We are particularly in love with the bedroom in this home, the brass head board is extraordinary and the woven bench sitting in front of the bed is right on trend for 2018.

What's your favourite part of this home?

Photography: Fredric Boukari Styling: Now Interior Design for Historiska Hem

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Artilleriet pop up apartment - Get the look

If you want to get the look of the stunning Artilleriet pop up in our previous post, check out our top picks below!

Velvet armchair Att Pynta // Large black vase Habitat // Small green vase Att Pynta // Marble table lamp Flos // Large plant IKEA // Belladonna rattan sofa Att Pynta // Amber yellow ottoman Att Pynta // Candle stick Klong // Pink velvet cushion Att Pynta // Rust red candlestick Att Pynta // Cross wool rug Att Pynta