Fancy a trip to the North of Sweden today? Actually, the East coast city of Sundsvall is only halfway up the country (it’s one EXTREMELY long land mass!) – but living in the South, it feels a long way North – so wrap up, we’re in for a long ride! Johanna and Aron used to live in an apartment, but when their dream house came on the market, they jumped at the chance to move in with their children Elsi and Jack and poodle Louie (look out for him in the snapshots below, he’s so handsome!). The previous owners had done a wonderful job of renovating the property, which allowed Johanna and Aron to focus on the fun part – like “choosing wallpaper and adding colour, pattern and plants!” The pair are extremely passionate about furnishing their home with secondhand pieces “that have a history” – which, in my experience, is key to creating a beautiful, interesting and personal home! Välkommen in

I can’t believe it’s September already! Eeek! This is just the type of climbing plant I was talking about in yesterday’s home tour. Plants like these, combined with fresh flowers and cushions with botanical motifs (like this William Morris one) will help to feel the transition into Autumn and winter less severe (especially if you’re a summer babe like I am!).

Johanna and Aron have created a BEAUTIFUL conservatory using rattan furniture and an abundance of cushions and plants –  giving a feeling of being outdoors! Imagine how cosy this space is on a sunny Autumn day, or all lit by candles in the evening?! 
This leather pouf* and jute rug* are similar. 

These bedroom pictures have been taken at two different times (the one above is newer) – but I still wanted to show both versions as I love the two different William Morris wallpapers! I’m also a big fan of glass cabinets – look out for my post over the next couple of days and you’ll see why! The one in this bedroom (could it be from IKEA?) serves as a great place to store creative kit which is way to pretty to hide away.

What a lovely, relaxed home!
Is there anything that stood out to you? 
I think all the plants add such a great feel! Some say you can never have too many plants  – just look at the home of Caroline Reichel, Hilton Carter, and the Arctic Gardener!
Are you a big fan of greenery too?
See more of Johanna and Aron’s home over at her inspiring instagram feed @kvarteret_krukan.
Thank you for joining me on our armchair trip to Sundsvall today – I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did! I hope one day, we can all visit in person, I think I’d feel right at home here. 
Niki
Photography: @kvarteret_krukan
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Fancy a trip to the North of Sweden today? Actually, the East coast city of Sundsvall is only halfway up the country (it’s one EXTREMELY long land mass!) – but living in the South, it feels a long way North – so wrap up, we’re in for a long ride! Johanna and Aron used to live in an apartment, but when their dream house came on the market, they jumped at the chance to move in with their children Elsi and Jack and poodle Louie (look out for him in the snapshots below, he’s so handsome!). The previous owners had done a wonderful job of renovating the property, which allowed Johanna and Aron to focus on the fun part – like “choosing wallpaper and adding colour, pattern and plants!” The pair are extremely passionate about furnishing their home with secondhand pieces “that have a history” – which, in my experience, is key to creating a beautiful, interesting and personal home! Välkommen in

I can’t believe it’s September already! Eeek! This is just the type of climbing plant I was talking about in yesterday’s home tour. Plants like these, combined with fresh flowers and cushions with botanical motifs (like this William Morris one) will help to feel the transition into Autumn and winter less severe (especially if you’re a summer babe like I am!).

Johanna and Aron have created a BEAUTIFUL conservatory using rattan furniture and an abundance of cushions and plants –  giving a feeling of being outdoors! Imagine how cosy this space is on a sunny Autumn day, or all lit by candles in the evening?! 
This leather pouf* and jute rug* are similar. 

These bedroom pictures have been taken at two different times (the one above is newer) – but I still wanted to show both versions as I love the two different William Morris wallpapers! I’m also a big fan of glass cabinets – look out for my post over the next couple of days and you’ll see why! The one in this bedroom (could it be from IKEA?) serves as a great place to store creative kit which is way to pretty to hide away.

What a lovely, relaxed home!
Is there anything that stood out to you? 
I think all the plants add such a great feel! Some say you can never have too many plants  – just look at the home of Caroline Reichel, Hilton Carter, and the Arctic Gardener!
Are you a big fan of greenery too?
See more of Johanna and Aron’s home over at her inspiring instagram feed @kvarteret_krukan.
Thank you for joining me on our armchair trip to Sundsvall today – I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did! I hope one day, we can all visit in person, I think I’d feel right at home here. 
Niki
Photography: @kvarteret_krukan
*affiliate links










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