Marie Olsson Nylander's
Family Home in Sweden

Swedish born, interior stylist Marie Olsson Nylander has very good taste, as you can see for her own house. With a bohem de luxe style, an eclectic mix of antiques and contemporary, her home converge many different styles in a style that only Marie can pull off.

The House is in Höganäs, Sweden, built in 1884. The building itself was set up by a high-ranking member of the Swedish parliament. Later, the house has been both offices, emergency care, apartment complex and artist’s studio. The house is now called “the Italian villa”, because of its architectural style inspired by the Italians.

Marie Olsson Nylander portrait
Marie Olsson Nylander portrait by Sara Svenningrud
The chandelier from Paris can be purchased via (£ 1200) just like mirrors (from $ 4500) and Rococo table (£ 6,000). The chair is vintage from Steel table is from (£ 2500). The lamp on the table is from Verner Panton.
The dining room of all dining rooms have vintage table and lamp industry.The chairs bought Marie at from Flos.The sculptures in glass bells are (from $ 3,000). Candlestick “Octopussy” is from The sculpture on the floor is a prop from a shoot Marie never got rid of.
This photo wall changes constantly, depending on the mood and state of mind. Family Photo by Marie’s best friend, Sara.
The lamp is by designer Mark Eden Schooley, bought in Paris in 2006. It is made ​​to an exhibition of Marie Claire Maoson, all copies are handmade (available from for $ 6000). Flos lamp in the corner is a classic. Fabric sofa is from Ligne Roset (provided by Leather sofa is vintage, from Giovannetti. The table is vintage. Blanket and pillows from Maries own shop
The kitchen has nice details – like the rest of the house! Check the roof!
An armchair in the kitchen, everyone should have one! It’s quite obvious when you look at it here, at least … This is from De Sede, and has space for two.
Maries bedroom house is smallest room – but it does not matter, she said! Linen from Merci in Paris. Vintage lamp. The sculpture in the window are from India. Bed gable is an old trim strip from Egypt.
The orange chair is an original Saarinen from the 40s. The mirror was bought at an auction. Marie loves cactus, she claims she lacks of a green thumb. The sculpture in the window, was bought in a castle in Skåne.
The beautiful Venetian mirror is from the 1800s, and is from the family De Geers mansion. It was purchased at an auction and restored – “worth every penny”.  Jonathan Adler tables from (£ 14,000). The angels are among Marie’s girlfriend belongings.

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published on 10 / 02