Eclectic Scandi Style

I love this apartment discovered via Swedish estate agency Lagerlings and shared with me by a friend, Danish photographer Christian Radil.  Light and bright with high ceilings, decorative coving and white walls serving as the backdrop for some exciting pops of colour.  Other features that caught my eye include the bold artwork (love), the built in seating nook for 12 diners, a traditional Swedish-style working fireplace, chest of drawers with a distressed finish, and lovely little quirks like the stuffed owl on the wall.  Oh and lets not forget the denim patchwork wall art. In the kitchen, notice the inexpensive white tiles, that when placed in a brick layout look so much more special and along with the gold tap and tarnished gold plinth make for a delicious combination.

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3 Responses to “Eclectic Scandi Style”
  1.' cecilia says:

    What a beautiful home! I love the splashes of strong colors, it feels pretty unique for a Swedish home:)

    • Jill says:

      Yes, I thought it was unusual for a Swedish home to have so much color. I especially love how well she has mixed vintage and distressed pieces with modern furnishings. Such an cool, eclectic apartment.

  2.' Paul says:

    This apartment looks more of a home in London. I cannot help but notice the delicate wall and ceiling. Furthermore, this one looks very organized. The white wall paint complemented well with the choice of home accessories. Although the wall paint is simply white the entire home is bursting with color. Certainly, it is a home which is very simple yet modern.

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