The Unique 19th-Century Villa Of A Swedish Interior Stylist
Marie Olsson Nylander is a well-known name in the Swedish interior circles. She had her own program on Swedish television and she is an interior stylist with a distinctive style. She lives in this historic 19th-century building in Southern Sweden that has a history as a bank, a consulate and a grocery store. Now the impressive neo-renaissance building is a privat home divided into 11 rooms spread out over 4 floors.
Marie has turned it into creative home where Italian design is combined with rustic elements and where pink and yellow tones are combined with natural wood. The home is a true reflection of Marie’s style and you keep discovering new things the longer you look at the pictures. It’s personal, stylish and definitely unique. Now Marie and her family have decided to sell this home in Höganäs, Skåne You can see the sales listing here.
A gorgous raw wooden ceiling which is being magnified by the large mirror. A black Togo chair designed by Michel Ducaroy for Ligne Roset creates a stylish sitting space in the kitchen.
Soft pink and mustard yellow are combined in one of the childeren’s rooms
photography by Esoft for Fastighetsbyrån