I shot this picture in my bedroom yesterday while I was cleaning this room (some of you might have already seen it on my Instagram). It’s still very cold here in Munich, but I feel like you can notice the light change in the afternoon a little. I hope spring isn’t too far away anymore and soon I can leave the windows open all day.
The Journey SHY1 lamp designed by Signe Hytte for &Tradition is a merge of two classic geometric shapes: the sphere and the rectangle. The round sphere makes you think about the moon and is dimmable and adjustable to every mood. This beautiful lamp comes both as a table lamp and a wall lamp and in different colors and materials.
This wonderful home with greige walls is decorated with warm elements for a perfectly harmonious and cozy vibe. The leather and wood accents in the living room combined with the fluffy area rug makes this room very cozy. The kitchen is optimally used with cabinets all the way up to the ceiling and the bedroom combines bedding and a bed skirt in the same color, which is a nice look as well.
Nuura is a new Danish lighting brand that was released during Stockholm Design week. Nuura aims to create aesthetic and exclusive lighting that reflects the riches and joy found in Nordic nature. The chandelier is the centre of the collection, but my favorite is the wall light.
I don’t think I have to mention that I love Lotta Agaton’s work and especially with stylist Pella Hedeby joining the team now (another favorite stylist of mine) I think we can expect some really nice work coming from their team this year. It was to be expected that their workplace itself would be gorgeous as well and I think it matches perfectly with their aesthetics.
I think the different shades of beige work very well in this space, including the carpet flooring which is a bit unexpected. The black furniture really stands out and the wooden kitchen from Picky Living, which was originally designed for this space looks wonderful as well.
I think the color palette of this home works very well. The walls have all been painted in a greige (grey and beige mixture) but the ceilings are kept white and the flooring has a very light finish which works very nicely together. The mustard yellow objects and fabrics come back in every room in some way, which is a very nice touch.
The rest of the color palette is kept natural, grey and beige for a very calm, relaxing and cozy look. The stylists who did this apartment worked with a lot of different textiles for a soft look. I like the rug at the foot of the bed and the linen bedding in both bedrooms, which enhances this soft look.
Some shots I took this week around our home. The days are getting sunnier and lighter which I’m so excited about. I have been working a lot, but have been taking some nice breaks as well and enjoy taking them at home.
I didn’t get the chance to visit Stockholm during design week unfortunately but was able to follow it through Instagram stories of the people that went. If you follow the same people I follow you probably have seen these images already. This beautiful concept is called quite reflections and is a collaboration with Residence and Japanese interior designer Ariake.
The exhibition is created so the visitors can experience the pieces in a real environment, a home. The location (built in 1896) has the original architectural details intact and once was a private residence formerly belonging to the Mexican embassy. The handpicked items that are displayed go perfectly with the rough walls and create a magical combination of old, new, soft and rough.
The soft and fresh color palette in this bedroom give me a feeling of spring. The muted green linen bedsheets match very well with the beige walls and the other natural colors in this room. This color of bedsheets wouldn’t be something that I would naturally be drawn to in the store, but here it works very well.
Studio Lotta Agaton worked out this beautiful concept for Dux at Stockholm Design week this year. The exhibition reflects a residential area with natural tones combined with a muted pink wall in different settings. I love the warm and sophisticated atmosphere that was created here.