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Styling perfection

We love the styling of this space with its light and muted colour palette with touches of natural wood. Dried flowers as a decorative detail is making a bit of a comeback for 2018. To get the look right, steer away from dried roses and think more Pampas grass, Hydrangeas and interesting branches

Photography: Anders Bergstedt for Entrances Mäkleri

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This cabinet from IKEA's Stockholm 2017 range is a real bargain – and bang on trend. We have seen a lot of natural wood, linen and handmade ceramics, in a colour palette of greys and whites, coming through for Spring 18.

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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!

Dark ceilings

To paint the ceiling black is truly a brave move! It is probably something that we would never attempt but in this space with its tall ceilings it actually kind of works! What do you guys think? Yay or nay?

Images: Anders Bergstedt for Entrance Mäkleri

Beetle chair

When we first saw this velvet chair at a trade show a while back it was simply love at first sight! The Gubi Beetle chair has a truly timeless design and comes in a few different versions, all equally stunning. The Danish-Italian design duo GamFratesi have take inspiration from nature when designing the beetle chairs "the design of the chair reinterprets the characteristic elements of a beetle's makeup including shape, shells, sutures, rigid outside and soft inside".

Our personal favourite is the Beetle dining chair in velvet with brass legs. What's yours?

All images via Pinterest

Shades of Grey

This moody flat has a very considered colour palette featuring only shades of grey, black and white. This home is on the smaller side at 38 sqm but but you can't tell! They have managed to create a sense of space even though they've purposefully stayed away from lighter hues. It goes to show that you can work with muted darker palette even in small spaces.

Photography: Adam Helbaoui/Kronfoto, Styling: Scandinavian Homes
for Bo Sthlm

DARK AND MOODY

This Scandi flat is the opposite to the typical all white interior style that we're so used to see. Darker muted palettes has become a lot more popular during 2016. Just take a look at this flat which features black walls!

Photography: Adam Helbaoui, Styling: Scandinavianhomes for Bo Sthlm