Fabric of my Life.

apartment therapy (of sorts)

[soliloquy id=”18695″]

for about two minutes over the winter break i entertained the notion of becoming a homeowner, before being completely and undeniably beaten into submission by the absolute ridiculousness of house prices in areas not even remotely resembling the outskirts of london. so, today’s post is the product of my entirely fanciful and potentially soul-destroying perusal of that holy grail of estate agent websites (stadshem), where all my sweet sweet daydreams of a home to call my own are held… i mean, seriously, how sweet is this little turn of the century stockholm home, in a period style street facade by architect einer ohlsson?

recently renovated, the unique floorplan has many exciting nooks and crannies, with a little alcove housing a daybed and white-washed living room with divine light streaming in through the tall windows. the kitchen – complete with a pastel green smeg (be still my heart) –  oozes warmth and homeliness, with a carrera marble worktop that demands some serious cooking action, and plenty of space to seat hungry diners.

is it really to much to ask to find something this lovely within my budget in london?*

* yes, yes it is. blub. 

Fabric of my Life is reader-supported.

This post may contain affiliate links and I may earn a small commission when you purchase an item using one of these links — at no additional cost to you. If I use affiliate links in a blog post, you’ll see an asterisk (*) next to the link to denote it. Occasionally I am gifted products, with no obligation to feature, and the brand has no editorial control or input as to how they may be featured. Any gifted products featured are denoted with a double asterisk (**). If a post is declared as a Paid Partnership then the brand has required specific (factual) product information to be included and/or specified the type and quantity of images featured. Please note, I only ever feature brands and products on my blog that I genuinely love and would purchase myself, and all thoughts and opinions expressed are always my own. You can read more about my disclosure policies here. Please note: expired links are removed periodically. If a product is no longer linked, it is no longer available. 

Share this post!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *