Inside Aveqia

Yesterday I posted about a Swedish Midsummer party and today I'm sharing some of the pictures from inside the stylish venue. It's not one I'd heard of before, but I was certain I'd seen it before - and after some web searching I realised it had been used on Masterchef. I knew I'd seen it before. 

As I arrived I was pleased to see the red carpet was out...

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Once you step inside you're in the reception and bar area, and you just get a feeling of spaciousness and a serious dose of Swedish style. The "floating" lights are fun and functional, and would be perfect  to rest your drink on while you concentrate on the canapés. 

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And the lights were unusual as well - and a great way to make use of a decanter or two... 

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Throughout this area there were plenty of little vistas and seating areas. And I was quite taken with the dog in the alcove, complete with lead and ready for his walk... 

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In the room we had - a kitchen and dining space - as well as having fully functioning kitchens for small groups to use, the Swedish style continued:

 KITCHEN UTENSILS

KITCHEN UTENSILS

 FUNKY WALLS

FUNKY WALLS

 MORE OF THOSE DECANTER LIGHTS

MORE OF THOSE DECANTER LIGHTS

So a great place to get a peek into and to see some Swedish style first-hand - and the food we cooked wasn't bad either! 

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