If you crave the peace and solitude of a gray, snowy day, then your style is…Swedish! Spotted on www.skeppsholmen.se, the house we present you today simple, clean and low maintenance. Swedish interior decorating has multiple nuances, from the neoclassical-influenced Gustavian look to the more basic Swedish farmhouse approach. Yet at their root, all of the branches of Swedish decor share common characteristics: a blend of casual, elegant, rustic and refined, a warm and cheerful sensibility, and a fresh-faced appeal that has helped to propel this style to renewed popularity. For some, luxury means opulence — rich carpeting, chandeliers dripping with crystal, and silk pillows. For others, luxury is about simplicity — having less sometimes means you get to enjoy it more.
The living room is wide with a generous ceiling height and lovely fireplace.
Swedish style is simple, clean and low maintenance. It’s unassuming yet never dull.
The house has 7 rooms.
The simple design puts an emphasis on the view and creates a more blurred transition between the indoors and the outdoors.
The rooms flow beautifully, and there are lots of big spaces for entertaining.
While comfort and durability are the biggest priorities in the house, part of what drives the design philosophy is a love of contrast.
All of the branches of Swedish decor share common characteristics: a blend of casual, elegant, rustic and refined, a warm and cheerful sensibility, and a fresh-faced appeal that has helped to propel this style to renewed popularity.
Swedish winters are long, dark and dreary, so is it any wonder that Swedes have historically turned to light, uplifting colors to get them through the cold months? A heavy dose of white and cream, the ultimate Swedish palette, helps to bounce light around and infuse a little artificial summer.