It’s all very well showing incredible country houses with sweeping staircases or apartments made up of a myriad of large, spacious rooms – after all, I’m a firm believer that you can take inspiration from just about anywhere. BUT, if you are dealing with just one room to live in it can be a little tricker to achieve the look you’re aiming for. Fear not, this delightful Swedish studio is proof that sometimes the best homes come in small packages. Designed by Emma Fischer, the Gothenburg living space is a sea of earthy, autumn tones and features an abundance of texture giving the home a lovely, relaxed look. Step this way for the tour!
Also, the fluffy rug makes the entire room feel real cosy.
I love how this sofa has a built in shelf – multi-use furniture is always handy in a small space.
I’m a huge fan of glass cabinets and this vintage one is a beauty, don’t you think? It’s important to keep clutter to a minimum in small spaces, and this cabinet helps to maintain a neat and tidy look. I am guessing there’s a wardrobe on the hallway for clothes etc. And the bed skirt could also be hiding drawers.
Book lovers would also need somewhere to store their tomes – I would suggest built in shelves above the sofa or over the bed.
I hope you felt inspired by this too!
I haven’t quite decided on the order of my posts this week – but I’m looking forward to sharing a cabin update and my first Christmas post of the year (yes, I know it’s a tad early, but it’s starting to get very Christmassy around here in Oslo, and it’s got me in the mood for some ‘Jul’ inspiration!).
Ha en fin dag!