Isabelle at Dos Family

Today we visit Isabelle’s apartment , located in Stockholm Sweden. She lives there with her husband Erik, Daughter Della and baby boy Beppe. Enjoy:

Isabelle’s casa:
-I like to mix.
-To fall in love with the things that surrounds us in our home.
-The imperfection of something old.
-And the perfection of old design.
-Memories that hangs on the walls.
-And children´s stuff scattered around the place.

CLICK HERE for all 9 images of isabelle’s home after the jump!

  1. Beth says:

    Your home looks lovely…I love the hanging dresses and the kids chalkboard wall. Great photo of your child w/ice cream…great memories to keep. Thanks for sharing.

  2. k_darling says:

    I love this space. She manages to have so many sweet whimsical details without her home feeling juvenile — instead it’s just bright and happy.

  3. I love that this house is so sweet and homey, but at the same time has some style too. Really great. That couch also looks so comfy.

  4. style scout says:

    Sweet. I love the still life with the white tile. Just beautiful. Great idea to use mix and match white tile!

  5. bargain bex says:

    the ice cream and markers say it all and show how right you are when you said it first: bliss. :)

  6. Vebosh says:

    nice home!! quite warm and cozy!! love the atmosphere and the character of every photo! pretty familiar and cute!!
    Greetings from Mexico

  7. Amanda says:

    omg. loving the kid with the ice cream. you should make prints and sell them. If you do, please let us know where we can buy a print. I want one. :)

  8. Rebeca says:

    What a fun, free-flowing home! Where did you find that adorable squirrel lamp?

  9. Tatum says:

    I just love the hanging lamp in the first picture! Do you know where it is from?

  10. Thanks you all! I schould do a larger feature in the future at Dos like Jenny did cause these photo’s are mostly from my daughters room. Its also Della who is eating the ice cream – thanks for the idea of the print – great idea! Amanda emial me at isabelle(at) and I can see what I could do.
    Ths squirrel lamp I bought at swedish store Åhlens. And the lamp in the first picture I made myself. The scelleton of an old lamp and then pieces of fabric that I like wrapped around it.
    The wall with all the drawings was when we had a small vernissage at home. Della was so proud of all of them – I simply had to put them all up. Its nice to change a big wall like that – often.
    The dress is my wedding dress. Its vintage and I cut it at kneelenght, then relized that it was more than enough fabric to make a small one for Della. You can read alla bout it at Dosfamily. Have a great day! Isabelle

  11. this is incredible! it’s like living in a fairy tale. i love the mushromms and the second lamp very much! it looks like a perfect place to grow your kids!

  12. TreeCookies says:

    is that painted black eucalyptus? awesome <3 love dos family!

  13. Natasha says:

    What a sweet home. I really must know where you got the pony with the mushroom and tea pot set!

  14. rima says:

    really nice. also could anyone tell me where this wallpaper is from the one with the trees?


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