This home, belonging to Swedish photographers Kalle Gustafsson and Sara Bille, is the definition of perfect imperfection. The duo transformed a century old building, in Stockholm, into the most idyllic city dwelling – it’s a superb mix of vintage charm and modern Scandinavian design (the kitchen is IKEA!). I love how dark wood furniture and shelving, that have been salvaged from flea markets and collected from travels, add much needed depth and warmth to a stark white space. I’m especially inspired by the use and placement of vintage lighting. It’s interesting to see that only a single floor lamp is spotted throughout the house!
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