I have been thinking a lot – what’s an interior style here? I didn’t want to call it eclectic. The interior isn’t really French and not really glamorous, some classic, some luxurious and feminine but not at all Scandinavian. Indeed that’s a very rare case when I see such a non-typical interior in Sweden, therefore, I decided to call it French glamour. I indeed don’t like interiors of similar style but this one completely indulged and charmed me. Maybe my taste is becoming different?
That’s a wonderful example when pink looks not commonplace and not girlish but completely serious and gentle at the same time. If you change some details here, a single man could also live here. What’s the most interesting is that the colours of 2016 are on the walls, i.e. on an interior element which cannot be changed so easily. I also see light peach, black and shades of blue in an interior. I cannot stop wondering a master combination of colours, textures, styles and materials in this home.Golden details here are like a joining element. If we take all furniture separately and arrange them I would say that they completely don’t match but as a whole everything looks well and harmonious here. It’s rather difficult to achieve such an impression – to create a harmonious whole out of different style furniture and accessories. It’s indeed very simple to go to a Scandinavian style furniture salon and buy everything there – everything will match but the question is if it’s going to be cosy there. And how is this interior for you?