This gorgeous Swedish villa (Photographed by Mia Borgelin for Historiska Hem) is decorated in an eclectic style with farmhouse elements and most of all a playful color palette. The pops of color here and there make the interior unique and add a vibrant touch to this beautiful home.

The downstairs level includes a beautiful kitchen with white cabinets. A breakfast nook with a window seat paired with a narrow dining table fits in a relatively small area in the kitchen. The dining room features bold blue dining chairs that stand out against the white area rug, curtains, and natural wood tones. The living room also features blue tones, which connect both spaces visually.

On the second level, underneath a sloped roof, you can find the bedrooms, which each have their distinct look. The kid’s rooms all feature a different wallpaper, making each of them unique and distinct.

A dining rook with a wood dining table and blue dining chairs on top of a white fluffy area rug

A spacious dining area with blue dining chairs and a seating area

This spacious dining room next to the kitchen features a large wood dining table next to the window. The blue Fredericia dining chairs make the look of the space unique. The blue chairs pop out of the white fluffy area rug underneath the dining table and against the natural wood tones that otherwise decorate this section of the room.

A dining rook with a wood dining table and blue dining chairs on top of a white fluffy area rug

The wall-to-wall and floor-to-ceiling curtains frame the dining room window nicely and make the custom radiator cover stand out.

A dining rook with a wood dining table and blue dining chairs on top of a white fluffy area rug

Opposite the dining table, you can find a seating area with a small sofa and two rattan armchairs.

A seating area with a small white daybed, rattan armchairs and a vintage filing cabinet in the corner

The vintage filing cabinet adds a beautiful warm wood tone to the setting. It looks great in this corner of the space.

A seating area with a small white daybed, rattan armchairs and a vintage filing cabinet in the corner

Light blue wainscoting in the living room

The living room features light blue wainscoting on one of the walls, which is a truly eye-catching element in the space. The ledge on top of the living room wainscoting is a perfect spot for displaying accessories.

A living room with a white couch and blue wainscoting

The black area rug contrasts with the white fabric couch and the white marble coffee table. The light blue throw pillows complement the color of the wainscoting perfectly and the pink pouf adds another subtle color element to the setting.

A living room with a white couch and blue wainscoting

A living room with a white couch and blue wainscoting

Opposite the sofa, you can find a painted IKEA Ivar cabinet combination in the same light blue color. The pairing of the DJ equipment and the impressive book collection on the wall shelving make this area of the living room cozy and characterful.

a blue painted IKEA Ivar cabinet with DJ equipment on top

A living room with a white couch and blue wainscoting

A white kitchen with a breakfast nook

The kitchen features white shaker cabinets with white marble countertops against white walls for a clean and elegant look. The pops of color in the accessories stand out against this all-white setting.

A white kitchen with a breakfast nook and window seat

A breakfast nook with a window seat paired with a narrow dining table fits perfectly in the window section of the kitchen. By setting up the dining area in this way, a lot of floor space is saved.

A white kitchen with a breakfast nook and window seat

The same dining chairs as in the dining room are used in the kitchen, however, here the owners picked out the unpainted oak version.

A white kitchen with a breakfast nook and window seat

Chrome hardware pairs nicely with a black stove and an impressive range hood that is covered in tiles for a modern farmhouse look.

A white kitchen with a black stove and a range hood covered in white tiles

A white kitchen with a breakfast nook and window seat

A kid’s playroom right next to the living room

The room adjacent to the living room is perfect for a playroom paired with a double desk for homework in front of the window.

A kid's room with a double desk for homework in front of the window

The blue wallpaper in this space pairs nicely with all the pretty toys in the room.

A kid's room with a double desk for homework in front of the window

A landing with a home office

When walking up the stairs, you first meet the landing, from which all the bedrooms can be accessed. The blue wall color makes the white doors and ceiling stand out in a beautiful way.

A landing with blue walls looking out over two kid's rooms with different wall paper designs

A marble table top resting on two black archive cabinets is great for a home office setup in a space that is not typically used for anything else.

A home office in a landing with blue walls

The main bedroom underneath an A-line roof

The main bedroom fits perfectly underneath the A-line roof and the bed fits this space perfectly. The green bedside tables and the green plant in the window add a fresh touch to the modest beige wall color in this space.

A main bedroom with beige walls underneath an A-line roof

A small section of the main bedroom is used as a nursery. The sloped ceiling turns this area into a cozy nook perfect for a little child.

A nursery corner underneath a sloped roof with a vintage bed

Two kid’s rooms with distinct wallpapers

Two more kid’s rooms are placed next to each other, each with a different wallpaper. The pink wallpaper is paired with pink accessories and a small desk in front of the window is great for doing homework.

A kid's room with a pink wallpaper paired with pink textiles and a desk in front of the window

A kid's room with a pink wallpaper paired with pink textiles

The blue wallpaper in the other kid’s room works well with the blue and green color palette in the textiles.

A kid's room with a blue wallpaper paired with blue and green textiles and a desk in front of the window

A spacious hallway with storage space and a round table in the middle

An entryway with a blue wall color and a glass table in the middle

The hallway comes out into the different rooms and the space in the middle features a round glass table, which you often see in spacious entryways.

An entryway with a blue wall color and a glass table in the middle

A walk-in closet is painted in a bold dark green paint color, making it stand out against the blue walls of the entryway.

A built-in wardrobe with a dark green wall color

An entryway with a blue wall color and a glass table in the middle

A mudroom bench is custom-built into a niche space next to the stairs. It offers a comfortable space to store shoes and jackets for the family.

A mudroom bench custom fitted in an entryway with a blue wall color

A mix of modern and farmhouse elements in the bathrooms

The main bathroom features a white soaking tub paired with beautiful brass fixtures, white wall tiles, and white marble floor tiling.

A bathroom with white wall tiles, white marble floor tiles and brass fixtures

A minimal white vanity makes the brass elements stand out beautifully.

A bathroom with white wall tiles, white marble floor tiles and brass fixtures

The second bathroom has a stronger farmhouse look with black and white floor tiling and classic chrome fixtures.

A bathroom with white wall tiles, black and white floor tiles and classic chrome fixtures

A bathroom with white wall tiles and classic chrome fixtures

Photographed by Mia Borgelin for Historiska Hem

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