This turn of the century Swedish home has great features to begin with, which makes it an easier home to decorate, but I think the styling and decoration really are next level. The warm grey, green and pink wall colors in the different rooms are different from each other, yet complement each other in a really nice way. I love the way you can look into the other rooms and see the different wall colors.

The living room has been painted in a dark neutral grey, which contrasts so nicely with the white fluffy area rug and the white linen sofa (It’s the Ikea Soderhamn with a Bemz custom cover*). The neutral palette of the sofa area is enhanced by the big green plant next to the window and the cognac leather armchair, which matches the color of the linen pillowcases* in the sofa.

The dining room has been painted in a subtle green wall color, which has a very subtle and sophisticated effect in combination with the oak dining chairs. I really like the vintage table which has been used as a sideboard in combination with the art print arrangement on the wall.

From the living room, you can look into the bedroom, which has been painted in a warmer grey. The bed has been made with a white  linen bedskirt* and a beige striped duvet cover (sold out, similar here*) which matches perfectly with the color palette of the room. The paper shade lamp adds a touch of burned orange, which mimics the color palette of the adjacent living room.

Styled by Grey Deco, photographed by Henrik Linden for Alvhem

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