I have an intense yearning to visit Sweden. I can imagine myself totally seduced by all that Scandinavian style and clever design. This inclination is only made stronger when I cruise the fabulous apartments on Fantastic Frank. And here’s one in Stockholm that ticks my boxes. Again. Good thing it’s already sold.
I’m into the grey, copper and natural palette of this space and, as always, love the marriage of mid-century pieces with modern basics.
This home belonging to Swedish interior stylist Marie Olsson Nylander, caught my attention because I found the proportions of her eclectic mix of antiques and contemporary quite unusual. Her bohème de luxe style seems to create a striking opulence to the pared down home built in 1884. The contrast of dark and light lends a sense of drama to the interior, and the exaggerated dimensions of the furniture gives a masculine style to the home. It’s striking, intentional and keeps me interested. What do you think?