Swedish Interior Details

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The weekend passed in a blink of an eye, and I mostly stayed inn reading books and watched series. Another thing I did was searching for Swedish classics; with that I refer to Swedish classical furniture and designs. I want to make a little collection here on the blog with my favourite pieces. A good start into the topic is the stunning Swedish home below and I’ve listed some of the details you can see - at the end of the post. 


Around the corner from Mariatorget in Stockholm is this beautiful 19th-century apartment. Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, four fireplaces and a balcony facing south. The apartment was built in 1898 and full of well-preserved details like wall panels, ceiling tiles and mirror-doors. I can just imagine how I would decorate it myself, but I leave that for your own imagination. 

Interior details spotted 

Myran Chair Fritz Hansen, Coffee table Per Γ–berg, Kivi Candle iittala, Kin Candles Skultuna, Random light Moooi.