Why do the Swedes have the best interior style? Is it something they are born with? Maybe it's something in the water over there? The have an impeccable eye for interiors and a knack for making it look so dang easy. All I ask is that it somehow rub off on me!
Welcome to renovation heaven. This home is so beautiful it makes me want to ugly cry because I want it to be mine so badly. The owner, Malin Persson, is a former model turned interior designer (some people just get to be good at everything) who helped renovate this 1908 seaside house along side her husband. The home was basically in ruins when they found it and the transformation it went through is pretty epic. The did a beautiful job of reconstructing the ornate crown moldings and wood floors that were part of the original home. I feel like this is one of those homes you can really say 'It's all in the details'.
The finish product is that classic Swedish mix of old and modern and artsy but with minimalism in mind. The home feels so open, warm and welcoming with all the fresh wood accents and white walls. The grand scale furniture is definitely one of the first things that caught my eye about the interiors. That massive china cabinet with all the kitchenware is maybe the largest piece of furniture I've ever seen! It's truly an incredible piece.
The kitchen is a show stopper, but what I love best is their obvious killer taste in design, yet they don't take themselves too seriously. A lot of the art is hung with wasabi tape! It's such a small thing, but I like how relaxed it makes things feel even though most of the pieces in their home are probably super fancy!
Photos via : Milk Decoration