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Vilken är din stil?

| 2008-04-05, 9:54

Det där med vilken stil man har är lite svårt tycker jag (kanske inte så intressant heller). Hittade ett test som hjälper dig!

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Keeping your home clutter-free can be difficult at times, but what’s life without challenges? Creating boundaries and knowing when and when not to compromise will help you make the most of everything life has to offer.

Känns som att sammanfattningen har lite rätt…

Gör testet!

5 kommentarer to “Vilken är din stil?”

  1. John says:


    Your home confidently embraces the many needs of busy, family life. It’s adaptable and easy to live with, reflecting your sense of style without having to banish the kids to the attic or basement. You’re sensitive to elements of design such as colour, light and architectural detail, mixing items that are relatively disposable with other pieces that in time will become family heirlooms.


    Your home is the hub of family life. It’s unpretentious without being devoid of character: in fact, with so much going on, it’s open to all the pleasures of life.


  2. Jonas says:


    Your modern and lively sense of style is perfect for today’s easy living, and just about suits any budget. Chances are that some of your favourite things were picked up at a car boot sale, in a market while on holiday, or handed down through the family. At the same time, you might have saved (or be saving) for the perfect Eames chair or Mies sofa, a classic that never goes out of style and something you will take with you from one home to the next.


    Fresh, fun and easy to live with, your home is perfect for how you live your life.

    Där ser man, jag har den stil som passar mitt hem perfekt och vice versa 😀

  3. Anna says:

    You’ve got a great sense of style, and it’s one that you manage to combine with the more practical needs of family life, mixing items that are relatively disposable with other pieces that may become the ‘antiques of tomorrow’. The retro look is fun and appealing; what’s more, it can now be achieved on almost any budget.

    You pull off the ‘nostalgic modern’ look to a T: it’s fun, easy on the eye, and kids often love it too.

  4. Syster Yster says:


    There’s nothing quaintly countrified when it comes drawing inspiration from nature. You have an almost elemental approach to interior design, certainly in terms of colour, texture (and above all) materials. It takes guts to pull off the look: you not only see the beauty in wild flowers but in field grasses and the rawness of scrubland too.


    Your home is a canny combination of styles and references: the log cabin but also the tree house, the hermit’s retreat, but also the childhood den.

    Förvånad, någon? 😆

  5. Sue says:

    Inte så värst förvånad faktiskt! 😆