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Howard Bankston & Post
2 Reviews
Open Floor Plan
Ideabooks16,852
Questions20
in the Swedish country aesthetic. Her name is Suzzanna, at Swedish Room.
Correction: The dining table and chairs are NOT antique. These items are historical reproductions made in Sweden and custom finished, purchased from Swedish Room. Most
Swedish Room in Tiburon, CA ... have a collection of Swedish antique and reproduction pices including clocks.
Sorry, I can't help you with that. The client has a world-class collection of Swedish antiques, of which
selected by Suzanna (with an "a" , not "e") Havden Bell of Swedish Room. This including interior and eterior wall color selections and custom colors, wall murals, custom built-in cabinetry design, upholstery, drapery, antique and reproduction pieces, lighting, accessories and rugs. You can visit ..
“mix of arched and straight openings” — jamielyn3332
Eclectic Living Room
Ideabooks2,754
Questions7
In 10 years, you won't be able to find a decent piece of furniture built between 1940 and 1980 because they will all be destroyed by this trend.
In this emphatically Swedish-style living and dining room, there is a sense of elegance, but somehow
Typical Swedish style is quite homey and warm, making it easier to adapt to many homes than its more stark Danish cousin. The soft palette of chalky whites and pale grays here pays tribute to this style while still feeling modern and fresh.
In this emphatically Swedish-style living and dining room, there is a sense of elegance, but somehow it’s accomplished in a very relaxed fashion. I love the abundant use of linens
“Style” — tanieg
Howard Bankston & Post
2 Reviews
Custom Fireplace
Ideabooks1,714
Questions2
The custom fireplace surround features a rough mantle salvaged from an old historic building in Georgia, and hand-painted tiles in the traditional Swedish style, commissioned by the owner. The hearth stone came from a demolished French chateau.
Like piece of furniture in back.
Like green color of furniture piece
Swedish blues with hints of pinkish red to warm it up
Style Secret: Blue and WhiteSwedish winters are long, dark and dreary, so is it any wonder that Swedes have historically turned to light, uplifting colors to get them through the cold months? A heavy dose of white and cream, the ultimate Swedish palette, helps to bounce light around and infuse a little
in a hint of the sky and sea. Use them in moderation to preserve the airy feel.How Swede it is: This room, punctuated with authentic Swedish antiques, typifies the Swedish palette at its best. A touch of blue in the faience fireplace tiles, which themselves are a common design detail, and in the accents
“like the mantel” — suziez
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A Swedish Intent
Ideabooks2,410
Questions4
Style Secret: Clean-Lined SeatingSwedish furniture has an uncomplicated and low-maintenance, yet still elegant, appeal. Crisp lines and simple profiles predominate, and the pieces that best exemplify the look are traditional upholstered benches and straight-back sofas. Although you might see a few swooping
restrained settee and bench in this space complement the low, unassuming bed and the subtle melange of patterns. A bolster pillow (another typically Swedish touch) picks up the style of the bed shams and softens the settee.
“guest bedroom - small nightstand one side and chair other” — elizabethspingler
F. D. Hodge Interiors
8 Reviews
Dining Room
Ideabooks419
Questions1
French chandelier are both 19th Century. Wood holder is a bronze dore French basket. Swedish Mora clock is an early 19th Century antique. Taffetta silk curtain panels, Fabric by Holland & Sherry Frank Hodge, Country Swedish, F.D Hodge Interiors, Boston Interior Designer, Boston Decorator. Photo by John
Swedish Inspired dining room. This dining room was designed in subtle shades of greys and blues. The palette as you can see is monochromatic. The custom designed hand drawn and painted wall covering was fabricated by Fromental. ... The dining table is by David Iatesta, Chairs are antique. Carpet
Where did you get the Swedish Mora clock?
I recently ordered a reproduction Mora clock from Maison Décor in Reading, Massachusetts and just received it. I LOVE IT! She uses a chalk paint for an antique look. You'd swear that my clock was 100+ years old. She offers it in several different colors and styles. Here's a link to Amy's website
“grey blue?” — andrenadia
Traditional Dining Room
Ideabooks5,794
Questions10
hi we bought it in stockholm - the swedish star lights are lovely to bring light into your life!
painted dining room table and chairs. No distress - very Swedish
Pale wood furniture & blues or pale pink
mixed and matched for flooring, ceiling beams and furniture. Bleached or pickled woods look pitch perfect, or you can use a sheer white stain or paint to get a similar effect. If you like, add a bit of stenciled detailing — a popular accent in Swedish country style.How Swede it is: This dining room nimbly
Folksy. A pale painted finish and gingham seat cushions make this Gustavian table and chairs feel humble and homey. Classic Swedish accents, from the clock on the buffet to the star at the window, reinforce the air of country chic.
“by the kitchen doors” — Heather Dennison Baker
Dreamy Whites
Dreamy whites
Ideabooks4,119
Questions7
Most of these types of clocks are antiques. If you do an online search for Swedish Mora clocks, you can find both antique dealers that sell them as well as some shops that offer reproductions.
door and swedish clock
Weathered/beachy accessories and furniture
Swedish clock...love furniture
“Sofa” — angelinaliin
Dreamy Whites
Dreamy Whites
Ideabooks7,204
Questions12
I realize this one is an antique,but would love to find a similar reproduction. Hope someone can help.
How do you mix and match dining furniture?
A longcase (grandfather) clock often appears in Swedish homes.This particular clock is a Mora, named after the town in Sweden where it was first made. You can still track down an original, but many modern
“clock” — Rosemarie Pecanic
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