I’m not normally in the habit of reposting house tours, but there was a lot to love in THIS ONE even though I’m not really sure what is says. Google translator made kind of a mess of what I believe to be a well written and articulate article about what I’m assuming is a wonderful interior designers home in Sweden.
Marie Olsson Nylander’s best tip: “Stop over decorate the window sill … Decorate a bit!”
See what I mean? Translators make a mess. I agree with my assumption of the gist of her tip. I don’t like window treatments either.
Love the mix of vintage and the great scale shifts that happen in this big box of white. Feels like a comfy, eclectic home with just the appropriate amount of well curated clutter. Trust me, there are lots things to love. Things that are about to get an inappropriate amount of this: !
Exhibit A: That sofa! That rug! One and two on my most wanted dream list.
Exhibit B: Those ceilings! Those floors! That Bertoia! (Although, I’ve used a Bertoia as a desk chair and all you get is waffle butt and a backache.)
Exhibit C: That coffee table! That lamp! Those textiles! That desk! Those Lucite chairs!
Exhibit D: That blue Eames mixed with the black! That lamp! That sofa! That rug!
Exhibit E: Magical view into Swedish paradise. That’s totally photoshopped, right?
Dammit! I just noticed that Desire to Inspire just posted this as well as a bunch of other great sites when I googled to see if Marie Olsson Nylander had a website. Well, this is why I don’t normally repost house tours. So if you’ve seen this, I apologize.
It’s still awesome.