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Peter Erlandsson
Modern woodland cabin home of Peter Erlandsson, CEO of String Furniture, and his family. The house was designed by famed Swedish architect Per Friberg.






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Hiddenhausen
House was renovated by Beate and her husband, who is a carpenter. Their home is a delightful mix of handmade furniture and vintage finds.






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Monica Borg and Simon Michie
Monica Borg is Swedish and came to the UK as an au pair before marrying Simon.






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Lexington - Kristina Lindhe House
House and behind the scenes feature with Kristina Lindhe - Founder and Creative Director of Swedish interiors, fashion and lifestyle store Lexington.






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Adler
After two years in Australia and another two in Shanghai, Beatrice and Magnus decided to return to Sweden to move into Beatrice´s family home in Asige, a charming old dairy.






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Gustavsson
After many years in a big city Dag Gustavsson moved back to his childhood village.






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Julie Simonsen
Interior designer Julie Simonsen says that the colour blue makes her feel serene and happy, which is why her four-storey Georgian home is coloured with shades of sea and sky.






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Wivikke Sommerschield Cabin
In bewitching Nordmarka, near Oslo, potter Wivikke Sommerschield has furnished her log cabins with vintage, pre-loved furniture and ancient artefacts.






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Lotta and Fredrik Liback
After many years in Oslo Lotta's daughter Ines arrived and the desire to return to Sweden grew every day.






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Cecilia & Michael Hiljemark
Already at the age of 18 Cecilia knew the yellow vicarage, hidden among 600 year old oaks and facing the great fields, was the house for her, but it would take 7 years until she finally got the opportunity to buy it.






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