Sometimes the most simple schemes can be the most beautiful. Like in this space. A relatively titchy (44 m2 / 473 f2) Swedish apartment where white walls, wood furnishings, and ochre accessories come together to create a lovely, warm and cosy home. I particularly love the mid-century touches (seen in the kitchen and sitting room) and the shelf with hooks in the bedroom. So charming and full of lovely ideas, don’t you think?
Get the look: kitchen – source mid-century dining chairs here, this glass teapot is similar. Sitting room – this is a great place to pick up a mid-century credenza, the poster is by Berit Mogensen Lopez available here.
Yesterday was a completely crazy day, thank you so much for all your warm wishes and congratulations on my new book both here, on Instagram and Facebook it meant so much to me! I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did writing it! Unfortunately I haven’t got time to relax and dwell on the good feeling this morning as I’m waiting for the imminent arrival of a crew from the German International TV channel DW-TV who would like to interview me for a documentary – exciting! More info soon, I promise!
In the meantime, today is the last day to receive 20% off a wonderful signed, limited edition print by Ruvan Wijesooriya from Absolut Art! Simply use the code MSH20 at checkout to redeem the discount. I’ve got my eye on Girl and Window….