The family decorates their home in a style that resonates with them personally rather than following trends. They like to surround themselves with objects that bring happy thoughts and memories. Something they have inherited or bought while on holiday. Let’s take a look inside their colourful and eclectic home with a touch of Art Nouveau and Japan.By Charlotta Flinkenberg
The three sons are different ages and the hooks for their jackets and bags are placed at just the right height for each of them.
“With three children it’s important that we have a flexible system. The boys now put their clothes and footwear away in the proper places and usually hang up all their things. Probably because of the generous space behind the sliding doors. We used to have to remind them to hang things up but we don’t any more because they want to keep it tidy.”
How does it feel now when you get home and step inside?
“It feels fabulous. It brings a smile to our faces every time we walk into the hall!”
Anna and Tobias are 45 years old and work as researchers in the field of urban greenery. They live with their three sons (7, 10 and 12 years old) in a 160 sq.m. house in the south of Sweden.