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.