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Scandinavian Clocks

Mora clocks are a type of longcase clock which were made in, and derived their name from, the town of Mora in Dalarna province, Sweden. Production began in the late 18th century and continued through most of the 19th finally succumbing to the increased competition from newer styles and cheaper mass production methods.

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A stylish danish Wall Clock for sophisticated interiors. Nordic Scandinavian Style. So simple, so gorgeous!

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I found this image on Pinterest and of course had to find the rest of the house. While it is in the Swedish Style, it is actually a home in Houston designed by Katrin Cargill Interiors. There is something about it that reminds me of Swan House which I posted earlier this week.  I […]

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from Apartment Therapy

House Tour: Chill Scandinavian Meets Mid-Century Style

Alison & Jeff's Chill Scandinavian Meets Mid-Century Style — House Tour

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Swedish Mora clocks: Mora Clocks were first created in the late ?1800′s in the town of Mora, Sweden. I bet they had no idea of the star quality that their weathered pastel painted, curvy bottomed clocks possessed.

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Home Office - Scandinavian Workspace | www.my-full-house.com | String Furniture shelving system, Fritz Hansen Series 7 Chair by Arne Jacobsen, green life in everyday space

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from Better Homes and Gardens

House Tours: Farmhouse with European Style

White on White: White walls create a neutral backdrop that lets your furnishings and accents shine. Linen curtains casually drape the front window and drag on the floor. A demilune table with a distressed white finish sits over the radiator.

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