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You see a lot of stone and marble in Spain, which gives a luxurios feeling as well as keeps you cool during hot Summer days.

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My sweet little bathroom on the 2nd floor with IKEA’s Lillången basin – it felt like home :)

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malaga

Now I’m back from my trip to Malaga, which was full of contrasts to say the least. It was of course Winter in Spain and the weather there can be changeable in January – some days were grey and cool whilst others were warm and sunny. I’ll start by telling you all about our holiday accommodation in Malaga…

We stayed in a cosy, recently built two room apartment at Calle Jinetes 17 in the middle of Malaga centro. The apartment consisted of an entry floor with kitchen, living room, bedroom and bathroom, and a 2nd floor with a lovely country style bedsit and bathroom. The lower floor bathroom was beautiful and typically Spanish – tiled in marble. The kitchen was large, modern, and well-equipped. A washing machine was also available.

I slept in the beautiful little bedsit on the 2nd floor. It struck me that both the bed and bathroom furniture was from IKEA. I was particularly happy to see Lillången handbasin and cabinet in my sweet little country-style bathroom. IKEA has entered homes all over the world – even here in the Meditterannean…cool :) There was also a roof-top terrace on the 2nd floor with two loungers for lazy Summer days.

Our accommodation is recommended to everyone that would like their own central apartment close to the majority of tourist attractions in Malaga.

You can read more about our apartment here.

LOVE M

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Within interior design, I love the combination of old and new, a marriage of history and modernism, romanticism meeting minimalism. In addition, I have a burning passion for crispy silks, dark chocolate and long baths with a fragrance of lavender.

12 Comments

  1. Anita Rivera Reply

    HOLA!

    Oh I love the colors in your little kitchen! What a glorious trip this must have been. I hope to go there some day to see the land of my father’s ancestors! Anita

  2. You’re right about IKEA ;).

    My kitchen is IKEA and there’s not a room in my home that doesn’t have a piece (or two ;) ) from IKEA ahahaha

    So glad you liked it. I thought of you a lot as we had a weird weather. The weirdest I remember in recent years so I was hoping at least it didn’t rained your way :)

    Looking forward to learn more about trip. Did Jon appreciate it?

    Love,

    T

  3. Hi Maria! Welcome back! Must have been great! Never been there but I’d love! The apt looks very nice and cosy, a kind of place I will choose as well! Looking forward to see more pics!! Kisses dear and have a good week ahead! xo

  4. Tack för din kommentar hos mig.
    Vad roligt att hitta till din blogg, den är verkligen inspirerande!

    Fastän jag inte har inredning som ett intresse så har jag fått många ideér genom att läsa dina inlägg. Kul!

    Kram
    Stoffe

  5. Hi all!

    Tomorrow we’ll be publishing a mega-instagram-inspiration post filled with pics from Malaga. Make sure you check in at inredningsvis tomorrow – you won’t want to miss it!!!

    /Jon

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