Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Dreamy Swedish Penthouse

This amazing penthouse located in Gothenburg, Sweden is something straight from my dreams. You've got to head to decoist to check out even more images. Don't you love all the white, the pinks, and that gorgeous turquoise wall in the dining room? And that tile in the kitchen (and my KitchenAid mixer I've been lusting over forever)?! *sigh*

16 comments:

Nay-K said...

wow, lovely kitchen!

Linda at Lime in the Coconut! said...

Dreamy indeed! So fresh and crisp and clean. Lovely!

Romi said...

How lightfull! I like it, Greetings

ana said...

It's beautiful Erin! I left something for you in my blog... :) I know it's not your blogging style but It's my way to thank you for your lovely blog that I read every day :)

ale said...

l'´making a wall with your inspiration turquoise...your blog is very very very inspiring!!!l adore it!!!!!thanks for sharing such beauty!!

Waxy said...

The Swedes making me jealous once again...what did I ever do the them???

Vitania said...

Seriously beautiful !! very fresh and modern, but totally liveable.

Great find Erin, i'll have to check out decoist

Jennifer, Inside Out Colour and Design said...

Love that wallpaper. I love reading your blog as I know it will always de-stress me. Better than my morning coffee!! Thanks for posting such uplifting images.

Ann-Michelle said...

Oh! Its the perfect mix of traditional and modern. Love.

Yansy said...

I'm dying over that dining room. This house is perfection, for some reason I think the natural light in European apts is completely different from anywhere else.

Down Pillow said...

Wow, such a fantastic space! I just love the airy feeling & how all the light flows through it.

Joselyn said...

Your posts always "WOW" me and make my day! Love the dining room and kitchen.

Lauren said...

oh so beautiful...

i have to tell you that i have that mixer & just love it. it makes me happy every time i use it because of the color.

Dream Mom said...

Very pretty!

honey living said...

this is really lovely. i am starting to really appreciate pretty spaces that don't have any of the sameness we see all the time - the midcentury or mod look (both of which i LOVE) have become so ubiquitous that it's refreshing to see something that is just so different than that.

i don't know if you're familiar with anna spiro from black & spiro? i did a post on her work a few weeks ago you might really like:


http://honeyliving.blogspot.com/2009/08/black-spiro.html

vintage simple said...

As expected, I love this... The ridiculously tall ceilings, all that white, the funky wall of wallpaper and modern furniture mixed in with that old and more traditional-looking stove and space.... those enormous doors and windows... Swedish design is genius. I can't get enough of it.(This one is going into the files - thank you, Erin!)
-maria

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