Category: Home Envy


I came across this amazing space on one of my inspiration hunts, and it is giving me heaps of moving craves. There is so much inspiration one can pull out of this home, I don´t even know where to start! I love the bright feeling in the living room, with the white walls and light wooden floors. The choice to use a lot of natural textures like linen and wood, combined with a lot of fresh green.

The home seems like the perfect combination of crisp cosy home and a box of curiosities. The living room and bedroom seems is filled with light and eccentric decorations, whilst the bathroom seems like something taken out of a Moroccan hotel… Then there is the kitchen, fresh and up-lifting. Such a fun space!

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I love the color choices in this space. The perfect combination of bright, white space with a touch of deep teal, deep blue and muted greens… Combined with vintage pieces, marble and woods – this is the perfect future home inspiration. Another detail I love is the Eljo Renova outlets and switches – future home crave… Enjoy!

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Came across this amazing Swedish home up for grabs at Fantastic Frank!

This is what the H would call a death house, I know it sounds a bit dire, but what he refers to is a home you could see yourself living a whole life span in. It’s the kind of home you move into, raise your children in, grow a veggie garden whilst growing old, invite your grandchildren to visit then smile as your looking at your garden filled with flowers before you die happily or get shipped off to some old people home… You get the drift! You only come across a death house once in a blue moon, through our 5 years together we’ve only seen two on the market {in areas suitable for our living}, unfortunately for us this is in Sweden, and at the same time I can imagine it being a bit outside our price range.

So here you have it, the ultimate death house, in all its 100 years of glory! Enjoy

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I spend a lot of time hunting for inspiration, especially interior and home inspiration, and I have a couple of favorite hunting grounds. One of these hunting grounds is a collection of brilliant Scandinavian real estate sites, and today I want to share a collection of favorites from one of these sites, Stadshem. As with any other inspiration site, I can spend hours rolling through images on this one, great spaces, impeccable styling and last but not least, amazing photography. Makes me wish for a vacation flat in Sweden, maybe I’ll get one of those in the future, who knows… If that’s the case there is a high likelihood it has been found on this site… But for now, it will continue being one of my main sources for interior inspiration.

Visual indulgence time, enjoy!

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How much do you crave a Swedish vacation home right now? Or maybe even a Swedish home!



I came across this lovely home on one of my inspiration hunts the other day, and it feels like it needs a share.

This space definitely has a bit of a feminine touch to it, and it has a great mix of new and old. One of my personal favorite features about this home is the fact that there’s a sauna in the building, who wouldn’t love a sauna? Some of my other favorite features are the breakfast nook in the kitchen, the little work area in the living room and the lovely nursery space… Must be my nesting genes kicking in! You can check out all of the images right here.

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There isn’t a lot I don’t like about this space, besides my own preference for something a little bit bigger… Put the size aside and you have this amazing monochromatic home, filled with lovely fresh greens and quirky details, like the chair on the wall working as a shelf. To be honest, this space just proves you can’t go wrong with black and white, and the shades in-between…

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Came across this Swedish apartment in the sold section over at Fantastic FrankWhat drew me into this one was the constant touches of pink throughout the apartment. It is usually not my cup of tea, but it did make for a great place to rest the eyes. It probably drew a crowd to the viewings as well, continuity in presenting a home for sale is key…

Check out the rest of the images from the flat here



Today I’m sharing this charming and fairly quirky Swedish apartment with you. One of my personal favorites in this home is the round bedroom. It isn’t the biggest place out there, but there is something about the open plan living that makes it seem quite spacious anyways… This home has some great details, like the rounded walls – especially the rounded wall covered in exposed brickwork, the lovely wooden floors, the amount of daylight that makes it way into the home and the great mix between vintage and modern pieces…

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In the city of Göteborg one can find this beautiful home. We are talking simplistic Scandinavian bliss, so please do enjoy!

The living room is inviting and open. With a perfectly curated wall of art, string shelves from floor to ceiling and not to forget the amazing safari chair (get one here). The shelves do contain a lot of items I would love to fill my own shelves with, like the ape by Kay Bojesen and the wooden bird by Architect Made…

What’s there not to like about this bedroom? I love it all, from the white wooden floors, the paper ceiling lamp to the lovely reading nook in the corner.

The kitchen is absolutely going into my kitchen inspiration folder for our own kitchen makeover, my personal favorites is the Work Lamp by Hey There Hi, and of course the string shelfOther favorites from this space is the use of gold, combined with marble, fresh herbs and natural woods it brings a crisp freshness to the kitchen.

The hallway keeps it light and bright, with some pops of black, like that amazing black door…

I really feel a crave for those lovely mini subway tiles and the details from LA Bruket.

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Came across this beauty whilst roaming the internet for inspiration. This is a two bedroom apartment in the heart of the Swedish city Malmö, and I am feeling a crush coming on. This space feels so airy and bright, and at the same time it feels homely. I must say it has been staged perfectly for sale as well, you would walk in to this place and get a feeling you could just bring your suitcase and move right in, but at the same time it is open for changes… So you could also see yourself making it your own space in one, two, three. Oh and it does contain some modern design classics in the form of chairs, which I wouldn’t mind having around myself.

The living room is such a simplistic and clean space. I love the combination between modern and vintage, and not to forget the amazing ceiling lamp. That vintage storage piece is also the kind of thing one can only dream of coming across, I will store this in my mind for vintage hunting.

I love how simplistic this space is, still it is full of details. I love the candelabra on the dining table, if anyone knows where this beauty is from, please do tell! I am also favoring the combination of the heavy-set wooden table and the Panton chairs.

The kitchen is simplistic and clean like the rest of the apartment, with only a few items to break the white, like the marble backboard, the black lamps on the wall and some fresh fruits. I am of course especially in love with the breakfast nook with enough space for some guests, it also helps with the Wegner Y chairs around the table. Who wouldn’t love to have space enough for a breakfast area this size?

The bedroom keeps in the style of simple, maybe even a bit to simple for me, but I do adore that ceiling lamp though…

The pink and grey harlequin wallpaper fits perfectly for a girls room, and who doesn’t love that floor?

I love the tiles they’ve used in the bathroom, these subway tiles always seems to pull a bathroom together in my eyes. We are considering these for our own bathroom make-over, when the time comes. I also love the marble top on the wash, works so well with the white space, breaks everything up just a tiny bit.

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