Blue isn’t a colour we normally associate with warmth and welcome， but this Swedish home is proof that having the blues can be blooming lovely
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Kristin Lagerqvist (interior designer， blogger and photographer)， Jonas Lagerqvist (banker)， Simonpersonalized gifts for him， Otto and Igor， plus Siv the cat.
Styling an eclectic home
The house was also filled with the couple’s collection of vintage furniture and objects， including plenty of artworks and ceramics.
A rocking chair and the coffee table were found by Jonas at a vintage shop， while the walls are adorned with Kristin’s own photographs， torn-out newspaper pagesand photos taken by friends.
You won’t see ‘all-blue colour palette’ on any trend lists but， nevertheless， blue is what feels like home to this stylish couple
A deep blue sliding door divides the living room from the dining area， which in turn leads through to a study wallpapered in ‘Dancing Crane’ by Emma von Br？mssen.
Kristin and Jonas’ home is a perfect example of how using what you love to decorate your home – whether it be a single colour or a jumble of vintage furniture – is often the best path to timeless decor. Y
A large entrance hall greets visitors to the house with walls papered in a blue floral pattern which extends all the way up the stairs to the main living area on the upper floor.
One wall in the dining area is covered in original art and photography， including Kristin’s own， as well as work by Hannah Lemholt and Michael Pilstrand
“Blue has always been my colour…；there is something reassuring and comforting about the different tones of the sky and the sea”
A light-filled bay window features jade green pottery by Hanna Wessman， along with some favourite geranium and ginkgo plants.
A bright， spacious， heritage-style kitchen had just been installed when the Lagerqvists moved in， complete with soft grey cabinetry and brass knobs.
‘；Chrysanthemum’ wallpaper by William Morris was chosen for the kitchen walls.
The pale green master bedroom wallpaper is from Bor？stapeter’s Linen collection， and the kimono is from Rabens Saloner.
Youngest son Igor’s room features ‘Ithaque’ wallpaper by Nobilis.
Words by： Emma Persson Lagerberg and Sally Conor. Photography by： Andrea Papini.
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