Our lives, that’s what our houses should be about and tell.
When I visit/see a house I try to understand a bit about the story of its owner and not only if it is decorated with nice mid-century furniture or is an architecture masterpiece. That’s why I immediately loved this house!
Hilda is a 23 y.o. photographer and design student who lives in Malmö -check also A Modern Mid-Century House in Sweden to see another amazing house tour from Malmö- with a passion for thrifting and mid-century furniture.
The apartment is from the 70s and very small -the first time she saw it, looked more like a shoes box she said- but Hilda made it really cozy and full of amazing findings from the local thrift stores.
Hilda is also a DIY addicted, she made the lamp close to the kitchen window stripping off the original -ugly, she says- fabric and spraying the whole structure: great result 🙂
My favorite pieces are the small 50s sofa in the living room and the wall clock close to the yellow lamp; I had exactely the same in my parents’ house!
The pics say much more than I can write so…enjoy them and let me know in the comments what you liked more of the Hilda’s small apartment!
Hilda Grahnat has also a photography blog where she posted more nice pics about her house, have a look at it as well 😉
Hungry for more amazing mid century modern decorated houses? Check the Mid Century Modern Homes Page!
(pics via apartmenttherapy)
Thanks for reading and ciao!