Textile Designer Maria Wahlström, and culture journalist Dan Backman moved in to this 1920’s home amid a mix of sloppy and worn mid century decor. More than a decade later, they admit their home will never be completely finished. As a place to test their own ideas, their home is a mix of authentic 1920’s and creative exploration (note the living room storage cabinets). Preferring that the majority of walls are kept clear of decoration, Maria and Dan reserved only a single wall in the main living space for artwork, where two rows of picture moldings create a mini museum. The attic studio looks like a great place to get some work done, complete with comfy seating, a fireplace, and a custom Ikea countertop used as a single long writing and work space. The couple is already making plans for a courtyard facing balcony, to be completed in the fall. See more images after the jump, or read more about their process and the wonderful handmade details throughout the home here.
Via Hus & Hem