While my design choices tend to ebb and flow from one day to the next, there’s one thing that has always remained consistent when it comes to interiors, and that’s my love for the unexpected. Whether it’s a burled oak island set in a sleek and sexy kitchen, or a modern, monochromatic, palette in a home that boasts the most intricate dentil mouldings, most every home I’ve posted boasts some sort of contrast. It adds variety, depth, and the most beautiful interest, and this swedish apartment has got it in spades. Built in 1886, but lovingly restored, you simply need to take it all in for yourselves.
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