Swedish home with vintage finds: part II

Yesterday we took a peek around the wonderful  little children's bedroom from Johanna Gartmyr's Southern Swedish family home. And today I promised you the remainder of this fab home crammed full of wonderful retro flea market finds and timeless Scandinavian designer pieces. I particularly love how Johanna and her husband have balanced the splashes of colour in each room, for example the bright yellow lamp matches with the retro chilren's high chair in the dining area...

Photography: Lisa Wikstrand, Stylist/home/owner Johanna Gartmyr, Aprill Aprill.

I spy variations of the String shelves in the dining and sitting room areas. The IKEA black and white striped STOCKHOLM RAND rug in the sitting room and the 'round elefant' black tray from Svenskt Tenn in the last picture.

Such a fab, happy home! Is there anything you particularly love?

PS Thank you Johanna for your kind permission  to share these images (taken by sister, Lisa Wikstrand).

PPS My Scandinavian Home is finally on Facebook as of a month ago (although it has an identity disorder and thinks it's a Tumblr so if you like to have your day occasionally interrupted by a pretty interior picture it could be worth a 'like'. Oh and I am also a little addicted to Pinterest too, are you on there too?
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