Swedish interior designer Marie Olsson Nylander's quirky and original digs have been featured on many different
webs and blogs, and most recently, it is again featured on a Swedish web site where it is posted and currently
up for sale.
The seaside 70's home, located in Arild, Sweden was converted by Nylander and her husband and eclectically
styled using some vintage pieces, art collection, tapestries and artful vignettes.
As showcased above, the well warm piece of furniture with plenty of drawer space becomes an island,
dwarfed, yet not swallowed up, by the bottleneck green urn housing a giant jungle plant.
I first set eyes on dining area above the desk below on variety of internet sites where
I fell head over heels in love with the designer's 'look'.
A unique mix of vintage and modern (like the office plexi-glass chairs) makes everything here sing.
The fantastic desk area that first caught my attention a few months ago, allows for plenty of desk space for a duo !
Artful display of posters, and glove molds.
The well warn closet door creates a pretty backdrop and vignette next to a deep armchair. Ideal for a magazine
or good book and a few minutes of repose.
A wide eyed view of the first floor, including the circular staircase leading to the attic.
Although the background is chalk white there are definitely pops of color like the electric blue dining chairs, arm
chair as well as the turquoise island.
The landing on the second floor.
A workhorse of a chunky desk next to the sloping attic ceiling.
The spacious second floor with its' high ceiling.
Nothing is understated here, the size of the floor lamp just amplifies the space.
Tapestries on floors and walls along with velour cushions just invite one to sit and stay a while.
Another cozy nook next to a bucket shaped chair.
Sunset couldn't come early enough in a setting like this!
Affordable? I have no clue, but I sure would want a chance to live here!