Arched ceilings give an airy, but potentially cold, feeling to the space. Warmth is retained through the use of woods that echo the wood of the door, the use a patterned rug and the fabric of the textured sofas. Great chandelier, too.
This home, belonging to Swedish photographers Kalle Gustafsson and Sara Bille, is the definition of perfect imperfection. The duo transformed a century old building, in Stockholm, into the most idyllic city dwelling - it
These Are the Coolest Swedish Home Tours We've Ever Seen If there's one design aspect every Swedish interior does well, it's layering. The stripped-back appeal can fall into toneless territory, but with a little structure and careful staggering of each.