A charming Swedish Apartment

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Do you remember this photo above from the previous post? For some reason I found this picture so lovely that I wanted to present you the whole interior where this cosy work space belongs and I also chose home offices / work spaces as topic of the next post. The office corner is part of a 53 m2 apartment in Gothenburg, Sweden. The building is from 1929 by architect E. Holmdal. The charming two-bedroom home has a lot of character thanks to original features – such as the herringbone wooden floor, high ceiling, old wooden doors, etc – and modern furnishing.

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EAMESpiration

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In the two previous interiors I showed you over, my favorite details were the iconic Eames chairs. I cannot give you a rational reason why these design classic pieces are so close to my heart, but they are, indeed. Charles and Ray Eames, a truly great husband-and-wife design team – maybe the best ever – designed dozens of fantastic pieces in the 40’s and 50’s. They contributed remarkably to the field of architecture, exhibition design, graphic design, toy design, and films as well, but people identify them mostly with their outstanding, unmistakable furnitures.

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A Lovely White Home

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One of the kitchens shown in the previous post caught my attention twice as much, as I knew I have seen it somewhere before. After a little investigation on the internet I found again this fabulous, (almost) all white Finnish house with that kitchen. I first saw this beautiful pure white home last year and I found its calm and peaceful ambiance very inspiring. Even though I would not choose to live on the long term in a monochrome home (because I prefer to pop some fine light colors in my interior, never too much, but just a little), I would still call it a ‘dream home’, definitely!

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