on Tuesday, 18 January 2011
This is a typical Scandinavian house with white light, six-foot ceilings and very cosy and lovely country and modern mix located on Sturkö island in Karlskrona archipelago in Sweeden. The house is a summer paradise for Swedish-Norwegian couple, a freelance photographer Per Gunnarsson and interior designer Annette Ekjord. The house was a small old chapel built in 1921 and renovated by architect Carl Jacobson in 2003, two years after the couple bought the house. The house was featured in Sköna Hem 2008-03-08 issue.