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Johanna Bradford's stunning home

One of our absolute faves, Swedish interior design blogger Johanna Bradford is selling her lovely house located just outside Gothenburg.

She has a real eye for colour and materials and has renovated her home beautifully. Over the pas few years she has renovated and moved quite a lot, which has been great as she keeps providing us with tonnes of inspiration!

Her kitchen is our favourite part of this home, the built in cupboards and shelving painted in a muted shadowed white hue is just stunning. We love open kitchen cabinets and shelves as it adds a real homely feel and lets you display all your favourite crockery, glassware and china

We can't wait to see what she is going to do with her next home... It will be stunning no doubt

Photography: Esoft for Fastighetbyrån

Raw plaster

When we spotted this unique home, for sale through Alvhem Mäkleri, we just had to share it with you. Hate it or love it, the home owners of this apartment have taken a real style risk exposing the plasters and leaving the walls completely bare. You have to admire their decision of going with something unconventional that fits their personal taste and aesthetic.

We are not sure we would want raw plaster walls ourselves but it does create a very impactful and unique look. What do you think? Hate or love it?

Photography by Anders Bergstedt, Styling by Studio Cuvier for Alvhem Mäkleri

The dream home

When our favourite Swedish interior shop, Artilleriet, turned 5 years old in 2016 they celebrated with an amazing exhibition in form of a pop up apartment. The apartment was stunningly decorated showcasing items from their shop. Even though this was almost 2 years ago this is an installation that keeps on inspiring us!

We love the styling and the mix of colourful tactile velvets, prints, rattan and moroccan rugs - and of course all the amazing plants!

The rattan sofa, The Belladonna, is a piece we sell via Att Pynta, it is one of our favourite new items and it looks absolutely stunning in this setting!

Images: Artilleriet