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By Europeanchic1
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When I recently asked you, read readers, which countries I should feature more a reader said: Scandinavia. Today I present a Swedish summer house to my liking. It has just the right mix of yellow and pink accent colours to keep it interesting. I am obessed with porches so this one is a big plus in my books.
Happy 1st of May! I hope you all danced away last night.
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Pale Tale All Photos: Skona Hem Magazine

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