Interior Design

The best-kept secret for interiors inspiration? Swedish estate agents. The Swedish half of design duo Att Pynta, Amanda Nelson, reveals three websites worth bookmarking...
Large works of art gives a focal point to this room
The online shop Att Pynta specialises in stylish, functional homeware at very accessible prices. Beautifully-crafted Welsh wool throws for £60? Yes, please. Run by a Swede and a Brit living in London (they also sell at east London's Broadway Market) Amanda Nelson and Kai Price bonded over their love of the Scandinavian aesthetic while working together in the fashion industry. Att Pynta was born, which they describe as 'a destination for Scandinavian style and interiors without breaking the bank'.
A hexagonal marble tray and copper jar. Both available to buy fromAtt Pynta
In addition to the online shop, Att Pynta post an array of inspirational imagery on their blog. When quizzed about this, they revealed a curious source: Swedish estate agents' websites. As Amanda reveals below, they are an unlikely (yet highly-effective) destination for beautiful homes. Take it away, Amanda...
'Like most Swedish bloggers I spend a lot of time on, the Swedish version of Zoopla. Only unlike its British counterpart, the property website is bursting with beautiful inspiring homes. The Scandi real estate world is the polar opposite of UK's, and if your home isn't already stunning, investing in home styling before you put your home on the market is imperative (you won't find any dodgy images on any Swedish estate agency websites). I've always loved to have a little snoop around other peoples homes as it is a great way of getting ideas for my own house. Interior design and decorating is a big part of the Scandinavian lifestyle and just by looking at homes that are for sale you will get a great insight to the latest Scandi trends', says Amanda. 
'Here are my top 3 Swedish estate agency sites. You can always count on them having some beautiful homes for sale'. 


Anders Bergstedt
Contrasting cabinets emphasise the room's simplicity

Anders Bergstedt
A striking monochrome dining area

Anders Bergstedt
A subtle backdrop makes the most of the natural light


A colourful rug ties the room together
A mix of antique and modern
Potted plants dot the room


Gallery wall inspiration
Raw steel, rough wood, open shelves


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