Maria Karlberg describes herself as a creative Mamma to her magical daughters, an interior designer and a furniture store salesperson. Looking at the wonderful monochrome apartment the family share in Örebro, a few hours West of Stockholm it’s easy to appreciate this. Despite the pared-back nature of the space, Maria’s home oozes creativity. Art, ceramics and sculptures appear on every wall and surface and there’s something refreshing about the stacks of paper on the floor and desk. Keeping it real. Yay! Not tom mention making me feel way better about my own “filing system” or lack of! From now on, I’ll be following Maria’s instagram and blog – Studio Naya avidly. She has me sold! I hope you feel inspired by Maria’s home too!

This is the second time this week we’ve seen a polished concrete floor (remember the fabulous Sydney home?!). I’ve always been a fan (if accompanied by under floor heating, especially in Sweden) – how about you?
Also spotted: a Marshall speaker*.

In Maria’s home office candlestick holders, frames and sculptures (try Love Warriors) line a concrete worktop sourced from Conceptbetong

This is one of the stacks I was talking about! And guess what? It seems if you put a pretty vase of flowers on top, no one will notice it. Are you feeling as inspired as I am?!
Check out that candlestick holder to the right, too! It’s available here. Just saying!

Cork boards are ideal for mood boards (Allie has one in her bedroom and loves it, and I’ve always been a little envious of it!) – try combining these tiles to create similar. 

I hope you feel inspired by Maria’s home and have picked up lots of ideas! 
I’m so happy to have been reminded of the Swedish online shop Love Warriors. It’s a PERFECT place to pick up art and sculptural pieces. It should come with a warning sign, if you’re like me, you’ll want everything in the shop! 
There are a load more pictures of Maria’s home over on her instagram and blog (so worth a peek!). 
You might also like to take a peen at Anna Kvarnström’s stunning home in the same Swedish city!

Have a lovely day!

Niki

PS I’m having so many problems with my blog comment section this week – GRRRRR! I can’t seem to leave a comment, it just disappears, is anyone else finding this? If you have time to test it by leaving a comment and then send me a mail if it’s not working, I’d be sooooo grateful. Anyhow, I just wanted to let you know that I’m enjoying reading your comments even if I can’t respond!

Photography: Maria Karlberg shared with kind permission
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Maria Karlberg describes herself as a creative Mamma to her magical daughters, an interior designer and a furniture store salesperson. Looking at the wonderful monochrome apartment the family share in Örebro, a few hours West of Stockholm it’s easy to appreciate this. Despite the pared-back nature of the space, Maria’s home oozes creativity. Art, ceramics and sculptures appear on every wall and surface and there’s something refreshing about the stacks of paper on the floor and desk. Keeping it real. Yay! Not tom mention making me feel way better about my own “filing system” or lack of! From now on, I’ll be following Maria’s instagram and blog – Studio Naya avidly. She has me sold! I hope you feel inspired by Maria’s home too!

This is the second time this week we’ve seen a polished concrete floor (remember the fabulous Sydney home?!). I’ve always been a fan (if accompanied by under floor heating, especially in Sweden) – how about you?
Also spotted: a Marshall speaker*.

In Maria’s home office candlestick holders, frames and sculptures (try Love Warriors) line a concrete worktop sourced from Conceptbetong

This is one of the stacks I was talking about! And guess what? It seems if you put a pretty vase of flowers on top, no one will notice it. Are you feeling as inspired as I am?!
Check out that candlestick holder to the right, too! It’s available here. Just saying!

Cork boards are ideal for mood boards (Allie has one in her bedroom and loves it, and I’ve always been a little envious of it!) – try combining these tiles to create similar. 

I hope you feel inspired by Maria’s home and have picked up lots of ideas! 
I’m so happy to have been reminded of the Swedish online shop Love Warriors. It’s a PERFECT place to pick up art and sculptural pieces. It should come with a warning sign, if you’re like me, you’ll want everything in the shop! 
There are a load more pictures of Maria’s home over on her instagram and blog (so worth a peek!). 
You might also like to take a peen at Anna Kvarnström’s stunning home in the same Swedish city!

Have a lovely day!

Niki

PS I’m having so many problems with my blog comment section this week – GRRRRR! I can’t seem to leave a comment, it just disappears, is anyone else finding this? If you have time to test it by leaving a comment and then send me a mail if it’s not working, I’d be sooooo grateful. Anyhow, I just wanted to let you know that I’m enjoying reading your comments even if I can’t respond!

Photography: Maria Karlberg shared with kind permission
*Affiliated links









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