Dark wood and warm colors

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I like the warm look of the vintage furniture against the dark hardwood floors in this home. Added soft textiles and the right accessories give this home a very inviting look. Especially the bedroom with the greige linen curtains has a very soft and warm look. In the second picture you can see our Lonely House print as well, which looks great in combination with the vintage sideboard.

Styled by Grey Deco, photographed by Janne Olander for Stadshem

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Lorena Canals washable rug

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I like the effect of different fabrics and textures in the bedroom to create a soft and cozy atmosphere. These soft materials inevitably come with a lot of dust though and especially in the bedroom I like to keep it fresh and clean. I’m very excited that I could try out the Berber rug from Lorena Canals in the bedroom, which can be washed on 30 degrees.

I like the soft and graphic look it gives to the room and I don’t have to worry about dust, as I can wash and dry it regularly, just like all the other bedroom textiles. The rug is made by hand out of 100% natural cotton and is very soft underneath my feet in the morning.

Have a look on the Lorena Canals website to see their different designs.

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Inviting kitchen dining area

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I’m in love with this cozy kitchen table with all the green plants. A space where you can have your coffee in the morning or have a break and read a magazine. The linen table cloth, the small rug and the low hanging lamp create an area within the kitchen, separated from the rest of the home.

Styled by Emma Fisher, photographed by Alen Cordic for Bjurfors

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Cozy classic home

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I like this beautiful apartment where old and new elements meet. The place is full of decoration items, which I would probably reduce a little, but in this home it works perfectly. I like the filing cabinet in the kitchen and the glass vitrines showcase a multitude of special objects.

via Bjurfors

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Norm Architects for Zilenzio

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These beautiful sounds absorbing cabinets are designed by Norm Architects for Zilenzio. I like the minimal design, which lets the fabric fronts in muted colors speak for themselves. These cabinets provide a balanced acoustic environment and make it easier to focus and concentrate.

Styling by Sofie Brünner, photographed by Enok Holsegaard

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