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Blogger style crush

We have recently discovered a new favourite intrior design called blogger Malin Persson. She lives in the most amazingly stunning home in Malmö, Sweden and writes a blog for Swedish Elle Decoration.

She recently shared some lovely images of how she decorated her home last Christmas and it got us feeling very inspired! Take a look at her blog for more pictures of her uber cosy house

Photography: Malin Persson and Petra Bindel

Let there be light

This newly renovated flat in Stockholm ticks all our boxes! We love the neutral woods and and dark kitchen panels. The interior architect has taken full advantage of the impressive ceiling height by adding extra cupboards and shelving in the open plan kitchen.

The apartment has extremely large windows in more than one direction, meaning it has light flooding through most hours of the day and can easily handle a dark coloured walls. In fact we think they could have been a bit braver and gone all out with the charcoal paint!

Photography: for Innerstadsspecialisten


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

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

clean lines meet rustic charm

This absolutely stunning family home in Stockholm is giving us some much needed inspiration this grey and cold Monday morning.

We are in particular obsessing over the lovely kitchen and bathrooms. The owners have really nailed that perfect mix of industrial clean lines and rustic 'lived-in' feel. It's perfectly put together but a far cry from a show home where you feel you can't relax!

All images via Ekenstam

A very grand home

This amazing apartment is truly in a league of its own. The home, which is situated in the heart of Gothenburg, is full of period features making it a classic and very grand space. It is currently for sale and we can't stop day dreaming of snapping this one up!

The flat, which is at the top floor of a beautiful old building from 1887, was originally created to be the home of the building constructor himself, hence the lavish and elaborate details seen across this home. The apartment also comes with an attic, sitting right above the flat, meaning it could be converted to a second floor - and there is also potential space for a roof terrace! Do we need to say more?!

Photography: Anders Bergstedt, Styling: Anna Furbacken and Style by Mouche for Entrance Mäkleri