Why, hello there! I hope you had a great weekend and ready for some Scandi home inspiration today?! When I choose homes it’s usually down to one or more factors: the feeling, the story / history, armchair escape (frequent right now – te he he!), the take-home details, or simply the colours or design pieces. This Swedish apartment designed by one of my favourite interior stylists Emma Fischer for Bjurfors falls into several categories. First of all, I have a real thing for blue kitchens (aren’t they lovely?), secondly this home in Gothenburg features some really inspiring details which are easy to take home and implement, and finally, I spy some great (local!) design pieces! Ready for the tour? 
The small blue kitchen is by Swedish brand Vedum. I love how Emma has added a wooden rack for utensils – a great and simple way to add instant warmth and a relaxed touch. This peg rail* is similar. 

A set of four iconic danish J39 chairs have been arranged around a simple, round table. 
I fired of a message to Emma this morning to find out more about this striped pendant lamp . It’s the first time I’ve seen it so I was really curious to know who it’s by – turns out it’s by danish brand Bloomingville and can be found here
FYI Stripes are set to be big this Autumn / Winter! 
Spot the fab DBKD vase with the ‘ears’?! Coveting this now! 

The wonderful Torso chair was designed by fellow Malmö gal Lisa Hilland. I’m always amazed by how designers can take a simple piece of furniture that has been around for hundreds of years and still come up with an entirely new design. The Torso chair is a real beauty, don’t you think? 

I spy the classic Mantis table lamp (I have the same in my home office – and sometimes bedroom, depending on my interior design mood!). 

I also love the climber, I’m thinking that as we start to head into autumn, and in Sweden there’ll be nothing but bare branches and twigs outside the window soon (gaaah!), now is the time to start adding a lot more greenery indoors – especially in the form of climbers, hanging plants or even a mini greenhouse (as seen in Karolina’s Stockholm home!). Who’ll be joining me?!

I also really like this little shelf in the bathroom – it’s perfect for potions, plants and candles (hygge vibes, friends, hygge vibes!). 
I hope you found some great inspiration for your own home today.
I promise to stop back once I have details on the striped lamp. In the meantime, why not pull up a chair and scroll through the Swedish apartment archives – there are so many beautiful tours in there! 
See you tomorrow folks! 
Niki
Photography: Alen Cordic Styling Emma Fischer for sale via Bjurfors. 

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Why, hello there! I hope you had a great weekend and ready for some Scandi home inspiration today?! When I choose homes it’s usually down to one or more factors: the feeling, the story / history, armchair escape (frequent right now – te he he!), the take-home details, or simply the colours or design pieces. This Swedish apartment designed by one of my favourite interior stylists Emma Fischer for Bjurfors falls into several categories. First of all, I have a real thing for blue kitchens (aren’t they lovely?), secondly this home in Gothenburg features some really inspiring details which are easy to take home and implement, and finally, I spy some great (local!) design pieces! Ready for the tour? 
The small blue kitchen is by Swedish brand Vedum. I love how Emma has added a wooden rack for utensils – a great and simple way to add instant warmth and a relaxed touch. This peg rail* is similar. 

A set of four iconic danish J39 chairs have been arranged around a simple, round table. 
I fired of a message to Emma this morning to find out more about this striped pendant lamp . It’s the first time I’ve seen it so I was really curious to know who it’s by – turns out it’s by danish brand Bloomingville and can be found here
FYI Stripes are set to be big this Autumn / Winter! 
Spot the fab DBKD vase with the ‘ears’?! Coveting this now! 

The wonderful Torso chair was designed by fellow Malmö gal Lisa Hilland. I’m always amazed by how designers can take a simple piece of furniture that has been around for hundreds of years and still come up with an entirely new design. The Torso chair is a real beauty, don’t you think? 

I spy the classic Mantis table lamp (I have the same in my home office – and sometimes bedroom, depending on my interior design mood!). 

I also love the climber, I’m thinking that as we start to head into autumn, and in Sweden there’ll be nothing but bare branches and twigs outside the window soon (gaaah!), now is the time to start adding a lot more greenery indoors – especially in the form of climbers, hanging plants or even a mini greenhouse (as seen in Karolina’s Stockholm home!). Who’ll be joining me?!

I also really like this little shelf in the bathroom – it’s perfect for potions, plants and candles (hygge vibes, friends, hygge vibes!). 
I hope you found some great inspiration for your own home today.
I promise to stop back once I have details on the striped lamp. In the meantime, why not pull up a chair and scroll through the Swedish apartment archives – there are so many beautiful tours in there! 
See you tomorrow folks! 
Niki
Photography: Alen Cordic Styling Emma Fischer for sale via Bjurfors. 











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