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STYLISH TURN OF THE CENTURY HOME IN OSLO

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This turn of the century home in Oslo combines architectural details with both modern and vintage pieces. I especially like the simple decor of the space, it looks cozy and inviting but minimal at the same time and the vintage pieces really stand out. I actually just bought the plant box from Ferm Living myself (as seen on the last picture).

via Finn, styling and photography by Ina K. Andersen

UNIQUE HOME IN FORMER CARTON FACTORY

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This unique apartment, in a former factory that stopped producing cartons, shows a tastefully designed home where the interior flirts with the timeless warehouse style. The ambition and endeavor has been to create a home that meets all modern requirements, but allowing the industrial character to still play the main role. It is the details that create the whole and in my opinion the result is successful. The high open windows, that reach almost all the way up to the ceiling, the brick walls and concrete beams give this place its character and are a dream for those looking for an exclusive home.

via alvhem

STYLISH INTO 2018

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As my first post in 2018 I am sharing a very unique space styled by the talented Emma Fischer. I absolutely love the concrete flooring and exposed brick in the living room, giving the place lots of character. The furniture pieces and accessories are perfectly chosen, I for instance like the combination of the nude Gubi dining chairs to add a soft touch to the darker, more masculine kitchen. The plants throughout the space add some color and make the rooms look cozy and fresh.

via bjurfors

BRIGHT HOME WITH WARM DETAILS

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This home has the perfect warm tints to keep you feeling toasty this winter. I like the cognac details that come back in every corner, giving the space a soft, inviting and fun look. The high black kitchen gives some contrast to the bright dining area. It’s often a challenge to make a big home with exceptionally high ceilings into a cozy space, but this home certainly looks comfortable and ready to cuddle up during the cold winter months.

via innerstadsspecialisten

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