Beautifully patterned wallpaper and color in warm shades have given this old wooden house a completely new and cozy atmosphere. The Isaksson family’s Småland dream home has everything you could wish for in charm – including a tower that points briskly towards the sky.

Tornhuset, or Charlottenlund as it is actually called, was built by builder Johan Andersson and was completed in 1901. The name was probably named after its first owner Anna Charlotte Hagelberg. It sits high on a hill with a nice view of the village and the 250 square meters houses seven rooms and a kitchen – which Lina and David have renovated with beautiful wallpaper and color in warm tones. The interior is a personal mix of old and new. They have been careful with all the materials they have chosen, so that they harmonize with the style of the house. Both Lina and David are fond of older furniture and things with history. The furniture they decorated with has been around for a long time and is either heirloom or purchased on the second-hand market. Enjoy the tour!!!!

Photography : Carina Olander

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Anastasia is the lead author of She has studied English Literature and Psychology in the National & Kapodistrian University of Athens as well as Interior Design & Architecture in AKTO College. She works in the field of Higher Education and has a special passion for cozy interiors.

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