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Summer Cabin in Gotland, Sweden

This lovely summer cabin is located on the island of Gotland in Sweden. What I like about this house is its modern and minimalist look and feel. The owners have created a cosy atmosphere by making use of neutral tones (greys, beiges, whites) and raw materials like concrete and wood for the walls and floors. I particularly like the kitchen with its visible beam structure. The dining table with its concrete top blends in beautifully with the ceramics, hanging designer lights and wall tiles too.


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