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PATTERN AND SIMPLICITY IN STOCKHOLM

 

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Feels like spring is eternal in this Stockholm apartment. It has an ideal blend of pattern, colour and simplicity. I just love how the floral patterned couch has such an impact on the room without being overwhelming. The generous space of the living area allows for that. I also appreciate how traditional and antique furnishings can look so modern when used with restraint. The white walls are mostly bare contributing to the simple spacious, and airy atmosphere of the home. The gilded mirror leaning casually against the wall adds a perfect touch while helping to bounce light around the room. There are other subtle touches of gold throughout the interior. The gold in the gorgeous traditional fireplace, the various lamps, and accessories around the apartment helps to unite the rooms. And of course, no Scandinavian home is complete without some greenery to help cosy up the space. 

I adore this kitchen. It is so comfortable, unpretentious and cosy. The flea market mismatched chairs, the old wooden table and the ample lights filtering through the large windows. I would love to be at this breakfast table! Wouldn't you? Think I need to ramp up my collection of mismatched patterned plates. What do you think of this apartment? Is there anything that inspires you? 

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