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The Old Red Dresser

Every time I find an industrial loft, I get so excited. The renaissance of bygone times and stories in the form of pretty, stylish and comfy homes or cool designer spaces is always an exciting project. Like the one today. What I especially like about this Swedish home is the encounter of old and new, cool industrial and warm exotic. Note the stunning old piano (this is a family home indeed), the cosy rugs and that beautiful Gustavian dining table and THE RED DRESSER, hence the title.

A very nice and warm choice of colours is characteristic to this interior and I love the flow of space. What I love most about lofts is that I can have a view of the entire home from any corner of the space. And that feels so homey. Of course, there are pros and cons with respect to the intimacy of such spaces, but in this case the kids have their own room and that is very convenient. I would love to have a space like this and with no small kids I could use the extra room as a guest bedroom. Voilá!

I could trace a few familiar pieces: Ikea Stockholm glass cabinet (currently unavailable), Flos pendant, a similar coffee table can be sourced from here, and the iconic Ant chairs.



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Mother of a daughter, living in Norway, passionate about timeless Nordic design, architecture, interiors, gastronomy, travel, fashion and lifestyle. Amateur cyclist. This is my platform for a regular dose of inspiration and experience.


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