We’re heading to Sweden, where we can tour a yellow wooden villa in the Swedish countryside that is now a beautiful family home. The sunny villa has been renovated in recent years after it had already been extended twice in previous years.
The extension in 1961, turned the modest Swedish house into a large home with spacious open-plan living spaces and four bedrooms. In 2015, the house was extended a second time with a spacious entrance hall and another bedroom.
The majority of the family home is decorated with light colors on the walls that are paired with bright color pops in furniture and decor. But the children’s rooms are decorated with beautiful wallpapers for a charming look.
The open-plan living room is divided into three areas. There is a cozy tv room at the back with a children’s play room next to it, a general sitting area in the center and a dining area.
The walls are painted in a calm beige shade which are paired with a beautiful herringbone parquet floor and bold color pops in the decor and furniture.
There are windows on two sides of the living room and it has access to the garden, which makes it a lovely light space that can be extended to the garden in the warmer months.
In the TV room, they added a light blue painted ledge that works as storage space.
Next to the TV room lies a lovely playroom with a large desk in front of the window. The walls are decorated with William Morris ‘Willow Bough’ wallpaper.
The kitchen was renovated in 2020, and while the room isn’t very big, it is a very charming room with windows on two sides and cream Shaker style cabinets.
The kitchen has a small breakfast area with an oval table and a custom-fitted bench for extra seating space.
The hallway is divided into two areas, the walls are painted in a lovely dove blue shade and the central part has a wooden floor.
The front part of the hallway is fitted with granite floor tiles and it has a nice storage area that is painted in a bold green shade.
The first floor landing is a large space and features the same dove blue walls as the hallway below. The room is now used as a home office and a closet space that can be closed off with a curtain.
The first children’s room is decorated with dusty pink ‘Hares in Hiding’ wallpaper from Emma von Brömssen.
The second children’s room also has an Emma von Brömssen wallpaper. In this room, they used the blue Dancing Crane wallpaper.
The master bedroom is a serene space with beige walls and a white-glazed wooden floor. There is a nook in the room which is now used as a nursery.
The bathroom has Carrara marble floor tiles, white wall tiles, and brass fittings.
This beautiful Swedish family home is for sale at Historiska Hem