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1700-tal

Swedish Style Gustavian design, features distressed finish and is also seen in contemporary design through Country French, Shabby Chic, Scandinavian and Nordic design. This room also features the Mora Clock, typical of late Gustavian design.

This picture gives me the holiday fever!

Such a busy week prepping for Thanksgiving! I'm going to share some of my favorite inspirational shots. But first, this one just gives me all the holiday feels 🌲

Swedish-made cast iron urn, modeled from the 1700s . Urns of this type were common in Swedish castles and manor houses. They were placed sometimes in pairs on the steps of the courtyard, sometimes on a balustrade around a terrace or in the masonry pillars of an iron fence. They were in pairs or in larger numbers , depending on property size and owner's financial possibilities. http://webshop.gysinge.nu/products.php?product=Barockurna%2C-per-styck

Swedish-made cast iron urn, modeled from the 1700s . Urns of this type were common in Swedish castles and manor houses. They were placed sometimes in pairs on the steps of the courtyard, sometimes on a balustrade around a terrace or in the masonry pillars of an iron fence. They were in pairs or in larger numbers , depending on property size and owner's financial possibilities. http://webshop.gysinge.nu/products.php?product=Barockurna%2C-per-styck

Christmas of old. Milk bottles in the snow

As the most magical season of the year has come upon us, it is time to start decorating your house with boughs and evergreens and the sparkling of lights.

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