In my mind there’s no better way to finish off the week, than with a beautiful country home tour. And this one in Västra Götaland County, Sweden is positively dreamy. Maria Sundberg Holm has taken a personal approach to renovating her early 20th century house – and thinks nothing of constructing wall panelling, painting radiators and adding DIY touches by hand. Look closely and you’ll also spot wonderful traditional touches – including ceramic doorknobs, vintage cabinets and William Morris wallpaper. Enjoy the tour! 

There are so many pieces to love in Maria’s sitting room including: Petito sofa in sand from Furnova, lamp from Hallbergs of Sweden and Copenhagen rug.
The Attentive One’ character sculpture* by Kähler Design catches the light in the window – isn’t it beautiful? 
Got any leftover wallpaper from a recent project? Why not repurpose it as art like Maria has done with her William Morris paper! 

A simple curtain in the landing helps to hide unsightly storage (source similar linen curtains online here). 

A bed layered with linen (if you’re quick, you can still make the most of the 20% discount at Lovely Linen – the Swedish brand I used on Liv’s bed and which she’s been enjoying ever since) – they do the softest linen in really pretty muted shades. Use the code ‘myscandinavianhome’ at checkout to claim your discount (expires 21st March). 
Aaaaa, what a lovely home! So may lovely details – and such a serene feel.

I hope you felt inspired too! 
See more pictures and follow Maria’s latest DIY projects over at @tradgardsgatan6. 
It’s my lifelong dream to live in a turn of the century house like this. There are a few villas like this in Malmö but they’re a little out of reach right now. But a girl has got to dream, right? That or a little cottage by the sea. 
What does your dream home look like? 
You might also like to pull up a chair, stay a while and enjoy these Scandinavian country homes:
Right, vänner! That’s it from me this week! 
I hope you have a wonderful weekend – vi ses på måndag!
Niki
Photography: Maria Sundberg Holm, shared with kind permission. 
*Affiliate link 

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In my mind there’s no better way to finish off the week, than with a beautiful country home tour. And this one in Västra Götaland County, Sweden is positively dreamy. Maria Sundberg Holm has taken a personal approach to renovating her early 20th century house – and thinks nothing of constructing wall panelling, painting radiators and adding DIY touches by hand. Look closely and you’ll also spot wonderful traditional touches – including ceramic doorknobs, vintage cabinets and William Morris wallpaper. Enjoy the tour! 

There are so many pieces to love in Maria’s sitting room including: Petito sofa in sand from Furnova, lamp from Hallbergs of Sweden and Copenhagen rug.
The Attentive One’ character sculpture* by Kähler Design catches the light in the window – isn’t it beautiful? 
Got any leftover wallpaper from a recent project? Why not repurpose it as art like Maria has done with her William Morris paper! 

A simple curtain in the landing helps to hide unsightly storage (source similar linen curtains online here). 

A bed layered with linen (if you’re quick, you can still make the most of the 20% discount at Lovely Linen – the Swedish brand I used on Liv’s bed and which she’s been enjoying ever since) – they do the softest linen in really pretty muted shades. Use the code ‘myscandinavianhome’ at checkout to claim your discount (expires 21st March). 
Aaaaa, what a lovely home! So may lovely details – and such a serene feel.

I hope you felt inspired too! 
See more pictures and follow Maria’s latest DIY projects over at @tradgardsgatan6. 
It’s my lifelong dream to live in a turn of the century house like this. There are a few villas like this in Malmö but they’re a little out of reach right now. But a girl has got to dream, right? That or a little cottage by the sea. 
What does your dream home look like? 
You might also like to pull up a chair, stay a while and enjoy these Scandinavian country homes:
Right, vänner! That’s it from me this week! 
I hope you have a wonderful weekend – vi ses på måndag!
Niki
Photography: Maria Sundberg Holm, shared with kind permission. 
*Affiliate link 










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