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Random interior design inspirations… Best of November

Swedish Mora clocks: Mora Clocks were first created in the late ?1800′s in the town of Mora, Sweden. I bet they had no idea of the star quality that their weathered pastel painted, curvy bottomed clocks possessed.

Swedish Mora clocks: Mora Clocks were first created in the late in the town of Mora, Sweden. I bet they had no idea of the star quality that their weathered pastel painted, curvy bottomed clocks possessed.

Gustavian Swedish Style | Laurel Home Blog | by Laurel Bern Interiors

things I love – Gustavian Swedish Style

love the vintage dresser/chest of drawers & the french door style windows. How beautiful to have a bedroom where you can wake up to that Gorgeous View of Nature!

detail from 1700s swedish chair from swedish interior design www.swedishinteriordesign.co.uk www.bespoke-handmade-furniture.co.uk http://homewithmadeleine.blogspot.co.uk http://swedishinteriordesign.blogspot.co.uk http://cookingwithmadeleinelee.blogspot.co.uk/ pic PP Koster

detail from swedish chair from swedish interior design. Give me some chalk paint and some sand paper and watch me recreate this!

A made to look like tile stove cabinet. Gustavian style Henhurst Interiors: A Few of My Favorite Things - Gustavian Furniture

A made to look like tile stove cabinet. Gustavian style Henhurst Interiors: A Few of My Favorite Things - Gustavian Furniture Chairs more than cabinet.

18th century Swedish Secretaire - a beautiful piece! in Furniture from Appley Hoare

century Swedish Secretaire Swedish Decorating Inspirations In Yellow, Ivory And Beige Pictures


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I've always wanted one of these clocks - maybe in white or grey. But this blue one is spectacular.

Lars Bolander, master of elegant and sophisticated Swedish style (and from Sweden himself), uses a beautiful and rich colored Mora clock in this design.

The body has been stained in ebony and the drawers have been restored to their original wood tone. Completely sealed in polyurethaneSwedish beauty

Gustavian Style - A Higher End looking Swedish style (vs Scandinavian Country Style) Swedish beauty

Blue Painted Mora Clocks

Unusual floor clock from Norway. Crafted in the Swedish Mora tradition Swedish Tall Clock from Mora, circa 1820 Mora, Sweden., Circa 1790 A Gustavian Period, Tall Case Mora Clock in original surface with elegant carved details on the crown piece

mora clock robins egg blue.

Blue Mora Clock with Urn Swedish tall clock from Mora, circa with elegant rococo case surmounted by a carved urn. Hand-painted and signed dial.

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