Functionalist Villa with Industrial & Vintage Style

Monday, December 19






Interior of this 1930´s house is a great example of how  the old and new could work well together. I especially like the industrial kitchen flourished with vintage elements  creating really special look, but the other areas of the house are sweet as well, living room with a classical functioalist round window and the staircase corner with black painted wood walls, cool!

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Design Classics filled Carpenter Farm near Copenhagen

Thursday, December 15





This beautiful old carpenter farm was rebuild by the cabinetmaker Hans-Christian Koch who is now live there with his family.

Inside of the house is simple, minimal yet very warm and cozy - in each room you can find some classical scandinavian design piece which always helps the place to shine.

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Nicely Decorated Danish Apartment

Monday, December 12






White floors, walls and pops of colors supplied by some really cool design items - lovely place for sure.  Im also  happy to see midcentury dansih modern furniture combined with contemporary pieces - it works so good - looks so good
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Beautifully Worn Out 1925 House in Österlen

Sunday, December 11



Interior of this old hosue have tons of character -  on the first look it looks like  an abandoned place but  on a second you find that it is a  living place with nicely preserved worn out patine. The effect is really dominant in the whole place, you may argue that it can be a bit scary and depresive but the bathroom or "office" corner is just awesome!

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Beautiful Snowy White Swedish Apartment

Saturday, December 10







Well, this is another proof of how wonderful scandinavian real estaste agencies are! Not extremely big but beautiful, spacious, bright apartment with large doors and those gorgeous old stoves in almost every room including bedroom - can there be something better than falling asleep with a gentle sound of crackling fire in your ears? Really amazing place!

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1961 "Sugar Cube" House near Malmö

Tuesday, December 6






Christmas season is really bussy for my shop so I did not posted anything here for quite a long time - sorry readers.
I found this nice house today and as I have a while I have to share it with you. It is a very nice 265sqm large house built in 1961.  As owners stated - fortunately, no one touched original walls  - so the house preserved its original dispositions.

I really like the airy feel of this place, it may be a too open for someone but  kids must love this:)   Kitchens traditional scandinavian B&W scheme is working very well here and there are Stig lindberg cups in the shelves plus clipper organic teas - just like in my house:)

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