A beautiful Swedish space with warm natural textures
Hej hej! The winter has finally arrived in Southern Sweden – by that I mean a mountain of snow – which made for a bit of a treacherous bike ride this morning. Biking in the snow is one of those things I’ve grown accustomed to since living here. Truth be told you’re rarely knee deep (or even a few inches deep). When I left the house at 6am this morning a little pathway had already been cleared outside our door (such is the efficiency of the Swedes). Still, it unnerves me and I spent most of my cycle ride thinking about investing in one of these. Genius? Anyway. I suspect you’re here to see a beautiful Scandinavian home? And I have one just for you! This space in Gothenburg strikes the perfect balance between cool minimalism and relaxed – and includes some lovely touches in the kitchen including a green marble worktop, patterned kitchen fronts with leather handles, and a beautiful rustic dining setting. Natural touches throughout add just the right amount of warmth. Feeling inspired! How about you?
I have to say this kitchen is one of the nicest I’ve seen lately. The Harlequin cabinet fronts and handles are both from Superfront (I’m thinking of getting similar for my bathroom). Etsy is a great source for mix and match vintage chairs like these.
Elsewhere in the home: you can buy beautiful made to measure dark grey linen curtains here. The grey-turquoise BESTÅ by IKEA are similar to the cabinet in the bedroom.