After an extensive renovation and rehabilitation process, Linda (a textile designer) and Niklas have managed to turn their run down 1930′s villa into an open and bright family home. The previous owners had renovated in the late 1960′s, however nothing had been done since to update the interior. Sourcing many pieces from Ikea and flea markets helped keep the cost down, as well as enlisting the help of Linda’s carpenter father. I think my favorite parts are their daughter Molly’s room (our daughter would absolutely love that room) and the conservatory, a space you don’t find a lot in today’s homes. One small thing, the large step under the bathroom sink is a great idea. Our girls are always tipping theirs over, falling off, or carrying it around in an attempt to climb other things that shouldn’t be climbed.
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