House Tour: A House in Sweden

This house was built in 1720 and was uninhabited for the last 50 years. Finally Gustaf Willers
decided to buy it and give it a chance and a new breath of life.
So after several months of extensive renovations, he settled in with his wife
and their three children.


  • The house has 5 fireplaces, one at each room, as there is no central or other form of heating! 
  • The table in the library is 300 years old. 
  • The renovation lasted 15 months. 
  • The door between the kitchen and the house was once used by the maid and is only 1.60cm tall!

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  1. Fascinating! I always wonder why homes are left vacant for years at a time . Thanks for sharing this beautiful home.

  2. Hi Olga, I love a good house tour & I really enjoyed this one. The decor has such a cool eclectic vibe. Thank you for the sweet comment you left on my blog recently, by the way.

    Warmly, Michelle

  3. Amazing! So beautiful and I love that they left the character intact in the renovation. it still looks old but with modern conveniences (except for the heating, I guess). Incredible home.

  4. Καλώς σε βρήκα!! Πολύ μου άρεσε η ξενάγηση και οι επιλογές στα ποστ σου! σίγουρα θα τα λέμε συχνά.

  5. Πολύ όμορφο το σπιτάκι που μας δείχνεις στην ανάρτηση αυτή!!!
    Καλώς σε βρήκα κι ευχαριστώ πολυ για την επίσκεψή σου στο μπλογκ μου!

  6. Cool house; thanks for sharing! And thanks for visiting Corner of Main =)

  7. I have the sofa to match the green tropical bird chair in the first picture! Is it from Hugo's?


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