Swedish Dolce Vita by Malin Persson
Interior designer Malin Persson opens the doors of her Swedish home, which she shares with her Italian husband and their three children Damiano.
Malin and her husband Damiano have fallen madly in love with this old house built in 1908. At the time, it’s been ten years since they married the whirlwind of Roman life, from that There they opened the trendy Salotto 42, a library bar in the center of the capital (Piazza di Pietra 42, 00186 Roma). They renovated the old house on a large-scale. The proccess lasted more than two years. “We redid almost everything: pipes, electricity, roof … The list is long. We kept the little details that made us succumb to its charm, such as stairs, ceiling, doors.Today, after three years, we have almost everything done, although in a house, there are always little things to do. Looking back, I could compare these years of work with a birth. Soon, you forget the pain and let yourself be overwhelmed by happiness … “
The interior is a mix of old with new, in an eclectic style that suits the house beautifully. Take a look at the complete story below.
Photos by Petra Bindel for Milk Decoration