I’m really on a roll with Swedish country homes right now, aren’t I? I hope you don’t mind, it’s just that I keep discovering rural properties that are just too charming not to share! This beautiful late 19th century / early 20th century farmhouse in Dalarna belongs to Sanne and her family. 

It’s a part of Sweden I’ve been to a few times and I love the forests, lakes and quintessentially Swedish red and white cottages. Sadly, I’ve never been to visit Sanne (and her wonderful store) though. 

Apart from having an eye for beautiful interior design, Sanne also has a gift for finding beautiful vintage and antique pieces which she sells through her store Kollgården, in a converted barn. Needless to say, I’ll be stopping by next time in the area. In the meantime, I hope you enjoy the tour of Sanne’s beautiful home as much as I have! 
So beautiful and homely! I particularly loved the tiled masonry oven, kitchen (that table!), wreath and layers of cosy sheepskins, blankets and cushions in the sitting room – so cosy! 
Is there anything that stood out to you about Sanne’s lovely home? 
Are you also tempted to swing by her store? it looks like a trip to Dalarna might be in order! 
See more from Santa’s home over at @sannaprepuk and keep an eye on the latest items in her store over at @kollgardens
Thanks for dropping by. 
I’ll be back on Friday with probably the most embarrassing picture I’ve shown on the blog: the before picture of our little laundry room. Thankfully it’s been through a major DIY makeover, and I can’t wait to show you the after pictures too! Vi ses! 
Niki
Photography: @sannaprepuk shared with kind permission

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I’m really on a roll with Swedish country homes right now, aren’t I? I hope you don’t mind, it’s just that I keep discovering rural properties that are just too charming not to share! This beautiful late 19th century / early 20th century farmhouse in Dalarna belongs to Sanne and her family. 

It’s a part of Sweden I’ve been to a few times and I love the forests, lakes and quintessentially Swedish red and white cottages. Sadly, I’ve never been to visit Sanne (and her wonderful store) though. 

Apart from having an eye for beautiful interior design, Sanne also has a gift for finding beautiful vintage and antique pieces which she sells through her store Kollgården, in a converted barn. Needless to say, I’ll be stopping by next time in the area. In the meantime, I hope you enjoy the tour of Sanne’s beautiful home as much as I have! 
So beautiful and homely! I particularly loved the tiled masonry oven, kitchen (that table!), wreath and layers of cosy sheepskins, blankets and cushions in the sitting room – so cosy! 
Is there anything that stood out to you about Sanne’s lovely home? 
Are you also tempted to swing by her store? it looks like a trip to Dalarna might be in order! 
See more from Santa’s home over at @sannaprepuk and keep an eye on the latest items in her store over at @kollgardens
Thanks for dropping by. 
I’ll be back on Friday with probably the most embarrassing picture I’ve shown on the blog: the before picture of our little laundry room. Thankfully it’s been through a major DIY makeover, and I can’t wait to show you the after pictures too! Vi ses! 
Niki
Photography: @sannaprepuk shared with kind permission