EMMAS DESIGNBLOGG

Design and style from a Scandinavian perspective

This kitchen...

Ok, I just have to show you this kitchen! Isn't this just one of the best kitchens you have ever seen?! To me it is perfection. The eclectic industrial/retro/country style mix is somehow very harmonious, and makes the space feel relaxedand inviting.
The pictures are from a home for sale in the small Swedish town Eskilstuna, and the rest of the house is pretty awesome too, so check it out here.




Comments

  • Debbie says:

    HI:



    Love the house and more importantly adore your blog. I live in Vancouver were the average unattaced bungalow, aka a basic house, is around 1 million dollars. It is exciting to find a house in a semi decent area for under a million. Out of curiousity what would be ballpark range of the house you have shown? I agree it is beautiful and very well balanced.



    I look forward to reading your blog everyday..sometimes twice.



    Cheers, Debbie

    2010-04-11 | 00:12:24
  • milk tooth rain says:

    I love the green charis, quite similar to the Selene chair by Vico Magistretti, they create the right mash up between modern furniture and more traditional one.

    2010-04-11 | 12:34:21
    URL: http://milktoothrain.blogspot.com/
  • emma ::emmas designblogg:: says:

    Hi Debbie, this house is located in a small town, and thus a fair bit cheaper than houses here in the Stockholm area. If this was in Stockholm, it would probably be around 1 million dollars depending on how far away from city center it was, but now it is somewhere around half that price.

    2010-04-11 | 13:19:07
    URL: http://emmas.blogg.se/
  • silvina says:

    lovely green chairs!

    2010-04-11 | 14:58:33
    URL: http://www.marcapampa.com/blog
  • Sandra says:

    Sk├Ânt att du visar att det kan vara snyggt utan att var superfixat. Gillar verkligen mixen med gammalt och nytt.

    2010-04-12 | 08:54:44
    URL: http://designdelight.se
  • The green chairs look great but this is clearly matched for sales purposes. They couldn't be functional-they are far too low for the table. It may be a slight point but it bothers me. As does the lip on the long edge of the table... says:

    2010-04-12 | 19:38:15
  • Chrystal says:

    Sorry about that folks. I wasn't paying attention to the format. Didn't mean to shout...really, I didn't.



    2010-04-12 | 19:39:50
  • chassie says:

    love, love, love that table!!!

    2010-04-13 | 05:49:50
    URL: http://www.cbandjblog.com
  • Philippines property says:

    Your chairs was so cute and your kitchen has so much light and space.



    Deirdre G

  • Carole says:

    Don't the chairs just make the space sing?!

    2010-04-13 | 14:48:29
    URL: http://deardesigners.wordpress.com
  • Bonjour Juliette says:

    i'm in l o v e with these chairs. I want them. I don't thank you for that wanting today, nonono. I'm obsessed again with those chairs now, i want them so bad!

    2010-04-13 | 15:19:19
    URL: http://bonjourjuliette.com/
  • Peter Bagi says:

    Ok, can you stop making me want to A. Live in a Scandinavian country and B. want to change my place around everytime I look at your blog! :0

    2010-04-16 | 08:10:59
    URL: http://closetchef.ca
  • emma ::emmas designblogg:: says:

    Peter, I'm sorry, but imagine how often I want to redecorate my home?! Like every five minutes... lol

    2010-04-16 | 08:59:06
    URL: http://emmas.blogg.se/
  • Tommy Carlsson says:

    "Posted by: The green chairs look great but this is clearly matched for sales purposes. They couldn't be functional-they are far too low for the table. It may be a slight point but it bothers me. As does the lip on the long edge of the table..."



    Er, sorry mate but you're wrong. Used every day for over three years, believe it or not.

    2010-04-16 | 11:43:05
    URL: http://retroracers.tumblr.com/

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