Swedish apartment: black, white and texture

I spotted this beautiful apartment over on Emmas Design blog this morning. The kitchen and bedroom in particular are soooooo fab. Bistro style dining chairs are quickly becoming the dining chair of the moment and I love the contrast of the black against the otherwise white kitchen. The wood effect wall (wallpaper?) also adds warmth to the room.  Having seen the painted grey floor in the bedroom I am seriously tempted with my own bedroom! And what about how they've cut a square out of the plaster to expose the brickwork?





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What do you think?

An important announcement - thank you so much for all your wonderful entries to win the Vitra L'oiseau from Designcollectors. The winner of the beautiful birdy is Karina from Makao Home! Congratulations! I wish you could have all won :)

Here in Sweden my family and I are heading up the coast to celebrate Valborg (Walpurgis night) with a huge bonfire and singing. Do you celebrate Walpurgis night in your country?


12 comments:

  1. fab find. Have a great evening. x

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  2. Me encanta el toque blanco, la luminosidad y ese punto romántico que tiene la vivienda.
    Besitos

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  3. In love with the refined simplicity!

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  4. really nice you featured an apartment from germany where I live, the scandi style is very popular over here xx

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  5. Love the exposed brick!

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  6. We don't celebrate that holiday but I'd love to come to Sweden and celebrate it :)

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  7. That kitchen is beautiful! After looking at it for awhile, I even think it looks rather cozy!

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  8. Hi Niki, beautiful apartment, I love black and white combination and with wood elements is fantastic.
    Hug!

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  9. Congratulations to Karina & hope you enjoy your celebration tonight!

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  10. Thank you for a dreamy L'oiseau, Niki!:) My first try and I won, wow!!! I love your blog!
    xoxo
    karina
    check e-mails, pls...

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  11. Hi, I know I'm commenting on a sleeping post here, but I keep seeing those tall, white wood stoves tucked into corners and they're an unusual feature in my neck of the woods and they're so cute. Do they have a name or is there a website that has more info on them? Googling "tall, white wood stove" doesn't work :/ Thanks!!

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