The striking monochrome home of a Swedish photographer
It's the weeeekend. woohoo! As you know I love to go for a striking home tour to celebrate. This monochrome home, which I think totally fits the bill, is in stark contrast to the colourful spaces I showed in yesterday's post. You won't be surprised to hear that this beautiful black and white home is owned by a creative duo: talented Swedish photographer Magdalena Björnsdotter and her husband Eric who's passionately into music. The country home was built as a farmhouse in the 1920's and has been carefully restored into a modern graphical home. I've featured over 100 black and white homes here over the years and love how each and every one is unique. And this one is no exception. I love how they've draped fabrics over furniture, the cool artwork throughout and interestingly displayed photography. What do you love about this home?
Magdelena Björnsdotter. Boligliv
Is this your kind of space? Are you more a black and white or a pops of colour interior person?
A couple of items I know and love: White Tolix chairs, Women: Annie Leibovitz coffee table book, Svenskt tenn elephant cushion and textile on the piano seat. Magnetic herb tins and seat cushions on bench by Granit.
More beautiful interiors shot by Magdalena include Ylva Skarp's Christmassy home and a rustic farmhouse in Skåne. Oh so fabulous!
I hope you have a fantastic weekend!