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Myrica's house

Welcome to stylist Myrica Bergqvist's home. It may be a tiny apartment but it's packed full of style. How do these Swedes do it? Is it in their genes? Not only has Myrica created a beautiful small space home she is also responsible for the cool laser cut acrylic headboard and acrylic bowls.(You can see more of her range here.) It's a funky mix of retro pieces and scandi white with Myrica's personality shining through. My favourite spot? The kitchen/dining table ... and the bedroom nook. What's yours?

(Photos by Patric Johansson.)

Reader Comments (16)

Oh my God - I want to move in here! What an amazing space - I love the way it isn't crammed full of stuff, but everything looks like it was designed perfectly for here. And I LOVE those laser bowls and the headboard. And the kitchen. And and and....

29 Sep 2011 | Unregistered CommenterAoife

Incredible, what an amazing expression of personality! Don't mean to knock interiors that look like plush hotel lobbies with fawn, beige, and magnolia overkill but a home ought to express and reflect personality of the occupant. Congratulations Myrica, stunning achievement!

29 Sep 2011 | Unregistered CommenterAB

Very beautiful flat... Love it! What kind of material is the floor?

29 Sep 2011 | Unregistered Commenterft

I love that house shaped bookshelf. Can anybody tell me where that's available????

29 Sep 2011 | Unregistered CommenterSusie

@Susie: The little bookshelf is called "Readers Nest Book Shelf" (Brand: David Design, Design by WIS Design). I don't know where you live but in Europe you would be able to buy it here:

29 Sep 2011 | Unregistered CommenterAnnette

So mod and vibrant! I love that glossy green pendant in the kitchen. What a stylish and inspiring home!
xo Allison
Spicer + Bank

29 Sep 2011 | Unregistered CommenterAllison Egan

Thanks Annette!!

29 Sep 2011 | Unregistered CommenterSusie

Myrica's home is very artfully styled and I would agree with Allison, mod. Although it is not my style or favorite of Scandivanian homes, which I do like.

I like the balcony and the french doors leading outside. The little lamp on the table attached to the wrought iron is a nice touch.

The kitchen is appealing with all white floors and cabinets but I would paint the inside of the cabinets white, as well, for a cleaner look.

The colors in the home are a little too primary for me: the royal blue, deep red and greens remind me of crayons. It's all what makes you happy, though.

29 Sep 2011 | Unregistered Commentersue

I love the kitchen!! Grey walls, white cabinets, wood inside....! love, love

29 Sep 2011 | Unregistered CommenterCata

I love the bowls! I also love the chair nook (I'm bias though... you put a Berotia Diamon Chair anywhere and I will probably love it). And I really like the bed side book house - too cute.
Great colour, great use of space. The orange sofa is fantastic.
- agata.

that headboard is amazing! about to check out more from her after this post. my favorite corner is the breakfast nook as well. im obsessed with gray walls and pops of color.

xo noel

29 Sep 2011 | Unregistered Commenternoel hallett

i love this home! can you tell me about the wonderful poster that says "save the rain"?

29 Sep 2011 | Unregistered Commentersusie b

I love the colours and the mix, except (and I'm sorry to say this) the headboard and the bowls... don't like the hard contrast of the black with the bright blue of the bed spread. I'm sure that it would look lovely in other colours, in my eyes I mean.

My favorite is the kitchen table space too, and the sofa. And Myrcia looks so pretty an cool.

5 Oct 2011 | Unregistered CommenterMaria

Where where where is that black on-the-wall desk organiser from?? I love it

8 Oct 2011 | Unregistered CommenterSarah

Sarah, it's the Utensilo Wall Organizer by Vitra.

8 Oct 2011 | Registered CommenterKiM

I love the Reader's Nest Bookcase.......any idea if it's available in Australia??? I managed to track the Sapiens Bookcase down but nobody has heard of the Reader's Nest.

19 Jan 2012 | Unregistered CommenterGenista

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