Showing posts tagged: Colour

Pretty Pastels

This lovely pastel dream in Stockholm has a colour palette that creates calm and tranquil home environment. This apartment has been seen across plenty of Swedish interior blogs over the past couple weeks and we spotted it at one of our favourite blogs Trendeser.se.

The dusty pink sofa, off-white walls teamed with the dove blue and pale marble grey kitchen makes for a perfect combo.

Photography: Storkholm Photography for Alexander White

Perfection

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

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

Beautiful colour contrasts...

Styling and photo: Henrik Nero

Crushing on Blue

We have a big crush on rich blues at the moment. It works on anything from sofas, curtains to walls and furniture. Take a look at these gorgeous images and be inspired

Photography: 1 - Henrik Nero, GET THE SOFA HERE!, 2 - Living Beautifully, 3 - Kristin Lagerqvist, 4 - Nicole Franzen , 5 - Kristin Lagerqvist, 6 - Amelia Widell, GET THE SOFA HERE!, 7 - Andrea Papini, GET THE OTTOMAN HERE!

Mix and match

This quirky and very homely flat is full of character. We love the slightly mismatched kitchen and colourful living room. The bathroom is absolutely stunning and features a 1920 design to complement the original features of the building

Images via Ekenstam

Dark Sea Blue

This dark blue hue is becoming a real trend and we can see why! We are loving the duck egg blue kitchen cabinets and pale wood flooring in contrast to the dark walls. This small home has been perfectly designed to maximise the space in a very clever way.

Photography: Johan Spinnell, Styling: Hannah Rydman for Historiska Hem