Plascon House Tour: A Baltic Retreat
Step inside today’s restored family abode on Sweden’s Baltic coast. Renovated to suit a growing family, this house actually dates back to the 1850s but is transformed into a bright and welcoming space.
The owners loved the flow and light which travels easily through the interior. Keeping things bright and inviting, they decided to create a welcoming family home with pops of colour in various spaces – from bright-coloured cabinets to patterned wallpaper and more. From the living spaces to the bathroom and bedroom – art adds vibrancy and a richness to every room.
The home is an eclectic mix of vintage, bohemian and Nordic styles. New and second-hand pieces are used together to create a calming family space. A vintage wooden table takes centre stage in the dining room. Gorgeous floral wallpaper and a glass chandelier add to the glamorous touches found in this space. We also love the quirky use of wall art with a mix of ceramics and glassware decor on the table.
Pastel blue adds vibrancy to the living room which leads into the kitchen. Contrasting sofas, hints of greenery and open shelving brings an eclectic tone to this space.
Wallpaper adds life and energy to the bedroom. Here an upholstered headboard adds a luxurious touch while modern light pendants act as bedside lighting. A simple stool is repurposed as bedside table and we love the quirky artwork – once again adding character to this space.
The bathroom also takes on an eclectic tone with a bright leaf-print curtain that acts as a separation from the shelving unit. A bold framed mirror an grouped lighting completes this space.
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