Smart studio living

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As I mentioned here on the blog before, I’m a big fan of those black industrial style glass partitions for dividing rooms. They let the light through and add a unique look to the space. By adding a kitchen only on the one side of the other room with upper cabinets as well, a lot of space is saved that could be used as a living room area.

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Attic living area in grey

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I like this living kitchen underneath the attic. The grey accent walls combined with the white angled ceilings is a great look and gives this space extra dimension. I like the art wall with the integrated tv as well, a great way to display frames and a tv together. The cupboard on the back of the sofa works nice here as well and divides the dining and living area.

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Fresh and cozy kitchen

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I like this all white kitchen with the metro tiles going up all the way to the ceiling. The open shelving adds some extra storage space and extra character. I love the hanging rail for smaller pots and pans and am thinking about installing something like this in our kitchen as well.

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Louise Liljencrantz’s home

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This home is decorated in a very elegant and luxurious way. I like the use of area rugs to give dimension to the rooms and the collection of walnut furniture pieces matches this home very nicely and add some more character. I like the grey walls in the bedroom a well, combined with the beautiful velvet bench and brass details.

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Astep Design

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Love these dark and moody product pictures from Astep Design. The lighting really stands out here and gives the rooms a soft glow, which is enhanced by the grey color palette. It’s amazing how much the lighting can affect the vibe of a room.

Styling by Sofie Brünner, photography by Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen for Astep Design.
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New by &Tradition

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&Tradition released these new press images from their collection and I love the color an texture combination that they used. Their fabric furniture pieces add a certain softness and sophistication to this interior that has an industrial look.

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Warm and stylish home

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Pella Hedeby is a very talented stylist who’s work I have featured here on the blog numerous times in the past. I find that she’s especially gifted for turning newly builds into warm and cozy homes with the same amount of character as any older building. In this home she used a lot of different wall paints, combined with different fabric textures and a very nice selection of accessories to create a cozy and inviting look. I especially like the soft greys with the pink accent in the living room. This color combo comes back in one of the bedrooms as well. You can read more about which products and paints Pella used in her blogpost here.

Styling by Pella Hedeby, photography by Kristofer Johnsson for JM

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Reform New York

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As you might have seen on my Instagram feed, I’m working from New York this week, trying to take in as much of this beautiful city and of course its interior scene. One of the places I visited here is Danish design brand Reform. Their showroom is located in a beautiful old warehouse in Brooklyn, which serves as the perfect white canvas for displaying their different kitchen front models. In the pictures I took during my visit, you can see two of my favorite designs from the showroom. The first one is designed by Norm and has a very warm look. The second one is a stainless steel version designed by Sigurd Larsen, which is combined here with walnut flooring, chrome details and a dark blue wall.

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