A NOT SO STANDARD SWEDISH FAMILY HOME

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This cozy family home is located in Gothenburg, Sweden, but does not have one of those typical Swedish interiors. At first sight you might even think that this townhouse is located in England or France. It doesn’t come as a surprise that the owners are Anglophiles and get inspiration mostly from British magazines such as House & Garden. My favorite space is the kitchen with tiles in a beautiful shade of green and green doors opening to a lovely patio. You can see more of this house here.

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Source: images by Amelia Widell | via Lovely Life.

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8 Responses to A NOT SO STANDARD SWEDISH FAMILY HOME

  1. I want to live there!!!
    Anna

  2. Lovely space. It took me a moment to realize it is a mirror over she sink showing the brick and lightbulb in it – there is a bit of a fool they eye, where it looks to be three dimensional.

  3. love that green door with all the glass cubes surrounding it!

  4. There are several posts about this house over at the blog finelittleday the blogger is friends with the lady who lives here. It is a very charming house (in a former store off the top of my head). Kind regards.

  5. Here it is: http://www.finelittleday.com/?cat=55&paged=2 (this might change over time, because it is on a selected page rather than that I selected the post, this is because there are several posts on this house).

  6. so pretty! love those green doors next to the patterned tile. thanks for sharing!

  7. just lovely. Thank you for your blog… the first one I check when I want to see beautiful home/ decor.Greetings from Southern California.

  8. Thanks for all your kind comment! @celine, I am happy to hear that you enjoy my blog! @simone, thanks for sharing the link to more images of this beautiful home!

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