Tuesday, 30 November 2010

White House in Sweden

This brand new white wooden house was built following a late 1800s style. Located in Brastad, in Sweden, May-Louise and Magnus Kruse purchased the property in 2000 but they had the 1892 house demolished and started form scratch. The ground floor is an open plan large room with a ceiling height of up to 7.5 metres. Upstairs is the house's only bedroom and a living room. The interior is quite eclectic: a mix of rustic, modern, and antique styles.
House tour time, lovelies!

Photography by Mari Eriksson.
All images from Skona Hem.

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  1. That is a lot of white. i love the windows and the cabinets in the kitchen.

  2. Hi Kifus,
    I really am in love with Swedish interiors! They are so light and elegant! And this house has it too! Beautiful! Keep posting about Swedish interiors!!!
    And thank you so much for stopping by and for your sweet comment!

  3. Lovely home but too much white which makes it seem cold to me.

  4. What a stunning home....so light and airy! Hard to believe it is a new home since it has so much character! Simply beautiful.....

  5. ahhhh...I would LOVE to be there at Christmas! Adding bits of red and green for the holidays would be amazing....

  6. Oh, now this makes me want a white interior!


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