This kitchen below belongs to Underbaraclara. She has been mentioned before, not least lately as I’ve snowed in on the trendy countryside :) It’s a kitchen in 30s/50s style mainly made up of old recycled parts.
An old genuine kitchen was disassembled then rebuilt to fit into this house. The decor scheme is fresh bright pastels with a mix of patterns under the motto ‘colourful but bright’.
They found and installed an old beloved wood stove, and even the tiles are second hand! The checkered 50’s wallpaper is Rut, by Sandberg. In the window stands the Swedish National Flower in Interior Decorating – a pelargonium. The curtains, lovely hanged as you can see on the upper pic, were a 7 buck bargain at a flea market. Very charming I think!