Villa Stoor

Maliin Stoor is a Swedish blogger and decorator who in my eyes has a great sense of style. Her own house, Villa Stoor, is often featured on her blog, and gives me lots of inspiration for both big and small projects in my own house.


Maliin is very handy and innovative, so although her house is decorated in a modern style and kept in the colours black and white, it is still very personal and has lots of stylish and clever solutions. I’d like to give you some examples here:

Maliins bedroom with a black ceiling, concrete wall, white painted pallets used as a bed frame and naked bulbs.

The en-suite bathroom with a mix of vintage mirrors above the washbasin and a light made from an old funnel, with a string of lights adorning the wire. you also get a glimpse of the concrete floors that run throughout the entire house.

The open plan kitchen and dining space, with a mix of whitepainted wooden chairs around the Bruno Mathsson table and a branch with a string of fairy lights as a ceiling light.

Maliin free-hand painted this ”rug” on their concrete deck.

More pallets, used here as a table in the garden. Notice the log sculptures in the background.

A big cluster of work lights welcomes the visitors.