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I came across these pictures last  week I think, and I’ve been meaning to post them ever since. I just love the way these pictures are styled. This is just pure genius. And a little warning, if you have a sweet tooth, don’t read any further. And if you do, you might as well put on some shoes and go down and buy candy afterwards.

Images: Fantastic Frank


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Where: Johanneberg, in Gothenberg, Sweden

Size: 39 kvm

Things I love in this apartment:

* fresh flowers in multiple colours

* The light chain around the window, and the fact that it is black. I love the effect in the room.

* The lamp over the table – notice the purple cord

* The “you me we” print by the bed

* The Kusmi tea in the kitchen. Not only is the tea delicious, but the canister is so decorative

Images: Stadshem

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First of all, I hope you had a great Easter and good company. I sure did. As I wrote earlier this week, my daughter, my husband and I stayed in Berlin for a few days. Came home to our little cute boy, and the kids have been enjoying every minute together after we came home. It’s so great that they’re playing more and more with each other. He’s growing up so fast – but big sis is really loving it, and so am I.

Besides a great Easter, I want to share this  small apartment (47 kvm) in Gothenburg, Sweeden with you guys. It has so many nice details, and it reminds me of my own home. I’ve got some of the same things in my home as well.

Images: Alvhem

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Images: Innerstadsspecialisten

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Images: bo-laget

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Images: Stadshem

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This is as good as it gets in terms of stylish living. The apartment is in Stockholm and a perfect example of how to decorate a not so big apartment. The apartment is 103 kvm and has four rooms and a kitchen. This apartment belongs to freelance interior stylist Lotta Agaton. And the best part – it is for sale. Learn more about that right here.

Five things I love about the apartment:

– The read lips phone. This item will always have a special place in my heart. I saw it the very first time I visited London, but didn’t buy it. Then on my second visit, I walked by the shop (pure luck), and had to buy it – and so I did. I was 16 and very much in love with my new phone. And the I actually saw one in a shop in town this summer.

– All the black & white prints, especially the ones by Therese Sennerholt. I would love to own one of them.

– The mix of cheap and expensive furniture. The combination makes her apartment look like a comfy zone.

– The red room – given the fact that the rest of the apartment is in black & write, I love the way the color red is used, in what must be her daughter’s room.

– The letters and numbers all around the apartment. See how many you can find.

Images: Oscars Mäkleri

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