A Swedish garden house like this one can give you with much joy and comfort. If you are looking for a rustic interior with Scandinavian flair and a true nature lover, you will love this garden house. It was rebuilt and redesigned by its owner and chief of Ikea in Spain – Lorenzo Meazza.
After a short stay in Sweden, Lorenzo Meazza fell in love with Swedish culture, tradition and nature. Although he worked in the city, he always looked for a quiet spot, where he can completely switch off and relax. So he has also found Lilla Torpet – which means in Swedish cottage.
The cottage was originally built during the second half of the 18th century. Since then, some peasant families have lived in one another without making major changes in architecture or interior design. Meazza has rebuilt the house and introduced electricity, water and a modern bathroom.
The three main colors used in the renovation are – snow-white, beige and a delicate blue-green. These nuances are not only typical for the region, but also give the rooms more freshness and liveliness. Strategically positioned mirrors reflect the light and reflect the forest.
Scandinavian comfort in the kitchen
Furniture pieces made of coarse, light wood look very rustic
Clean the scaffold and the light celadon green
The kitchen plays an important role for a Swedish garden house, as you can see in this case. It is located in the center of the ground floor and is very bright and inviting due to the white walls and flooring. Traditional white kitchen furniture and the filigree vintage pendulum lamp give the room that certain something. Under the table is a beautiful fur rug, which looks cuddly and warming – especially for barefoot runners, which is a popular Nordic custom.
All rooms have direct access to the kitchen
Cookies and roses – a wonderful summer in Sweden
Drink tea and enjoy life
Vintage furniture is very welcome
The nursery looks like a picture book
Delicious color palette to feel good
Delicate turquoise angel worthy
Claw foot bathtub and meadow flowers
The family enjoys the fresh air and the wonderful nature
Refreshing sleep with a wonderful view to the forest
Bringing nature into the house
Treats for Intermediate
A great summer holiday with the kids
Grill together in the garden
Simple, Nordic elegance at the table
Nostalgic lace pillows and candles in the bedroom
A side door – inviting and discreet
Large mirror and wide window – airy and bright
Luminous candles in the stairwell – a romantic custom from Scandinavia
Is not it fabulous? Have you always wanted to spend some unforgettable days or weeks in the middle of nature with Scandinavian flair? Perhaps such a Scandinavian garden house is just the thing for you and your family.