Swedish summerhouse – a summer dream in a Scandinavian style
A Swedish summer house like this one can provide you with much pleasure and comfort. If you are on rustic interiors with Scandinavian flair and are a true nature lover, then you will love this Garden House easily. It was rebuilt by its owner and Chef of IKEA in Spain – Lorenzo Meazza and redesigned.
After a short stay in Sweden, Lorenzo Meazza fell in love in the Swedish culture, tradition and nature. Although he worked in the city, he is always looking for a quiet place, where he can completely switch off and relax. So he found also Lilla Torpet – meaning cottage in Swedish.
The cottage was originally built during the second half of the 18th century. Since then as some peasant families lived one after the other, without making any major changes in the architecture or in the Interior. Meazza has rebuilt the House and introduced electricity, water, and a modern bathroom.
The three main colors that were used during the renovation, are snow white, beige and a delicate blue-green. These shades are not only typical of the region, but give more freshness and vibrancy to the surroundings. Strategically positioned mirrors reflect the light and reflect the forest.
Scandinavian coziness in the kitchen
Pieces of furniture made of coarse, light wood look very quaint
Schaffel and bright Seladongrün calm and warm
The kitchen plays an important role for a Swedish summer house, as you can see in this case. It is located in the Centre of the layout and is through the white walls and the flooring is very bright and inviting. Traditional, white kitchen furniture and the delicate vintage pendant lamp gives the room that certain something. Under the table is a beautiful carpet of fur which cuddly and warming effect – especially for Barefoot running, which is a popular Nordic tradition.
All rooms have direct access to the kitchen
Cookies and roses – a wonderful summer in Sweden
Drink tea and enjoy the life
Vintage furniture pieces are very welcome
The children’s room looks like a picture book
Delicious colour palette to feel
Delicate turquoise – worthy of Angel
Claw bathtub and Meadow Flowers
The family enjoys the fresh air and beautiful nature
Refreshing sleep with stunning views to the forest
Bring the nature indoors
Treats for in between
A great summer holiday with children
Together a barbecue in the garden
Simple, Nordic elegance to the table
Nostalgic top cushions and candles in the bedroom
A side door – inviting and discrete
Large mirrors and wide Windows – airy and light
Glowing candles on the stairs – a romantic tradition from Scandinavia
It’s not a fairytale? Did you always want to spend nature with Scandinavian flair a few unforgettable days or weeks in the middle of? Maybe right for you and your family is just so a Scandinavian summer house.