Tjena! I hope you had a great weekend! I might be at my studio in the heart of the Malmö right now, but my mind is distinctly in the quiet of the countryside – or at least, that’s where I’d love to be today. And when you see this rustic cottage, I’ve got a feeling you might feel the same! This traditional red and white Swedish house has been decorated in muted greys and fresh white and filled with antiques, vintage finds and lots of interesting art. I could quite happily pad around here all week – working from that desk, tinkering away on the piano, enjoying coffee on the terrace and taking leisurely walks by the water. How about you?! 

What an idyllic retreat! 
Could you imagine spending your week here too?
I have always been a fan of a simple white and light grey combo! 
Incidentally, a friend of mine is moving into a new home this week and asked me to recommend a white paint. In Sweden the most popular seems to be ‘Stockholmsvit’ (Stockholm white) code S0502Y. It has a warm tint to it which adds a homely vibe of the living space. It also works in well with warm textures such as wood, rattan and other natural, earthy materials. 
I’ll be quiet now and leave you to dream! 
Wishing you a wonderful start to the week. I hope it’s as peaceful as this very house! 
Niki
Photography: Fantastic Frank found via Nordic Design with thanks

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Tjena! I hope you had a great weekend! I might be at my studio in the heart of the Malmö right now, but my mind is distinctly in the quiet of the countryside – or at least, that’s where I’d love to be today. And when you see this rustic cottage, I’ve got a feeling you might feel the same! This traditional red and white Swedish house has been decorated in muted greys and fresh white and filled with antiques, vintage finds and lots of interesting art. I could quite happily pad around here all week – working from that desk, tinkering away on the piano, enjoying coffee on the terrace and taking leisurely walks by the water. How about you?! 

What an idyllic retreat! 
Could you imagine spending your week here too?
I have always been a fan of a simple white and light grey combo! 
Incidentally, a friend of mine is moving into a new home this week and asked me to recommend a white paint. In Sweden the most popular seems to be ‘Stockholmsvit’ (Stockholm white) code S0502Y. It has a warm tint to it which adds a homely vibe of the living space. It also works in well with warm textures such as wood, rattan and other natural, earthy materials. 
I’ll be quiet now and leave you to dream! 
Wishing you a wonderful start to the week. I hope it’s as peaceful as this very house! 
Niki
Photography: Fantastic Frank found via Nordic Design with thanks











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