Swedish homes usually are full of style, and their simple way to decorate makes me dream every time. I admire how they know how to beautify any white room, transforming white wall into canvas to create inspiring interiors.
This 1870s house located in Båstad, one of the top locations in Sweden, was completely renovated in 2008, but its original beauty was kept in many rooms. The highlights of this property, besides the location itself, are the exposed ceiling beams, fireplaces, the brand new kitchen, patios and the secluded garden.
Can’t wait to know what you think of this one!
It feels natural and airy.
I really like the color they chose for the cabinets. It complements the exposed ceiling and floors.
Very spacious and bright. I especially like the doors leading to the next room of the house.
Which one would your choose?
This is a very simple, yet stylish bedroom.
I’d like to curl up on that throw and take a nap, which, by the way, is something impossible to do when you have three small children!
Whoa! What a fun bathroom! Sexy and completely unexpected for this house.
I find courtyards so romantic and cozy. I always like them.
Adorable place for a coffee break, huh?
So, what are your thoughts on the house? Do you like Swedish homes and their interiors? I hope you take a minute to let me know your opinion on this one.
By the way, thank you very much for your daily visits. Having you here is a gift you give to me every day!
Have a wonderful day, my friends!
Luciane at HomeBunch.com
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