Nina Persson had homes in all kinds of styles, from a maximalist apartment to a historic Brooklyn brownstone. But when Nina and her family decided to move back to Sweden after many years in New York she wanted to go back to Swedish simplicity.
The turn of the century apartment in Malmö is decorated in neutral tones and soft textiles to create a cozy home. It’s truly a well lived in apartment with plenty of artwork, music and books you see throughout the home.
It’s a minimalistic color palette you see a lot in Scandinavian homes but in the way she decorated her home, it feels very warm and cozy.
photography by Petra Bindel for Elle Decoration