I haven't shared any home stalking photos in a few days, so here's something to make up for the wait! This beauty is for sale right now through Alvhem Makleri, where you can also find more images. There were a few things that made me notice this home. First, the colors. There's the characteristic light greys and whites, letting in lots of light etc. You will rarely see anything else in a styled home in Scandinavia nowadays. But this home has a very personal mix of colors and materials. It's the blue details mixed with some more vivid art and wallpapers, it's the mix of woods. It's the existence of everyday objects that otherwise would be cleaned away for a shoot like this. It's got me wondering if it's really all that styled or if it could be authentic? I like it when it feels like life goes on in a place. Makes it feel real, rather than just inspiration, you know?
A narrow hallway gets a few spots of color with hooks from Muuto.
I love the art in this room, and that woven chair, Pernilla, by Bruno Mathsson is on top of my wishlist right now!
These frames are just perfect for these pictures. Don't you think? And why not let a fox hang out with the birdies?
Such a happy retro kitchen. It doesn't go in the quiet muted tones as the rest of the home, but it's separate from the other rooms so the disconnect is limited. Besides, who wouldn't wake up happy with a coffee in this kitchen?
The colors here. So peaceful!
And here, in the private bedroom, there's space for all things that come with life.
Old wood plank floors, painted grey. Beautiful base for warm wood furniture.
This home has a little bit of everything I think. Light, history, color, modern design, antiques. As if it's been collected during a lifetime. Real life.