Inside designer Bette Eklund's home in Turku


BEdesign designer and co-founder Bette Eklund lives in a charming wooden house in the historic neighborhood of Turku, Finland. Behind the corner stands the majestic Turku Cathedral and right below floats the river Aura. This former garrison area is known for its distinctive wooden houses and recognized as the home of the city's two universities.


Bette's home with subtle, natural hues and standout pieces create a modern interior with a soft, Scandinavian aesthetic. Bette has decorated her home with timeless design classics that she has collected throughout the years. Her own designs have naturally found their place in her home, creating a personal feel in this designer's nest.

“In the Nordic folk tales, the sight of a Deer is considered to bring good luck and fortune"


Talented duo Kivilahti & Keltanen photographed Bette´s home for Glorian Koti's issue 05/2018. Read the article in Glorian Koti with photos by Krista Keltanen and editorial written by Jonna Kivilahti.

BEdesign-Bette-Eklund-Designer-Home-Photo-credit-Krista-KeltanenBEdesign-Bette-Eklund-Designer-Home-Photo-credit-Krista-KeltanenAll photos by Krista Keltanen for Glorian Koti Magazine 05/2018.

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