Cozy home full of character

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After taking a very needed Christmas break, I’m excited to be back with more interior inspiration for you in the New Year. I hope you all had a great time with your families and friends. I like this cozy home with modern and antique details. The living room combines a sofa and a daybed and is connected to the dining area with these old wing doors that I love so much. The dining room fits a large table for dinner with friends and is combined with a bar table as well. I’m of course very intrigued by the art wall as well, which includes our Botanical no. 3 print. The kitchen has a more classic look, combined with natural materials and a wooden utensil hanger, which I’m thinking of getting for our place as well. The bedroom is a very calming space with grey walls and a small workspace with new and antique details. I like the seating area that is created on the window sill as well, an easy solution if you have large window sills.

Styled by Grey Deco, photographed by Janne Olander for Stadshem

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Home in beige

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I like the different tints of beige, green and grey in this home. They give this new build house a soft look and feel and the green dining chairs add lots of character and charm. The office looks great with the table in the middle of the room as well.

Styling by Marie Ramse, photography by Sara Medina Lind

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Muuto Folded shelves

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I’m always moving small things around to create a new look in our home and I’m always surprised how these small changes can have such great effect. Two of the new Folded shelves designed by Johan van Hengel for Muuto moved onto the wall in our living room and this gives me such great opportunity to style away and change this area constantly.

This wall has been empty ever since we moved in because I couldn’t find exactly what I wanted, but I couldn’t be happier with these shelves on the wall. Folded is based on a seemingly simple bending technique of a single sheet of metal to create pockets which can hold and separate items. I like this layering effect and the hooks give an extra place for hanging decorations as well, which makes these shelves the perfect stylish base for a decoration addict like me. I chose the small black shelf, combined with the large grey one, but you can have a look at the different colors and sizes here.

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