Madeleine Asplund Klingstedt’s home

This beautiful home in shades of beige, grey and natural wood tints belongs to talented Swedish interior designer Madeleine Asplund Klingstedt. As I mentioned in this post, I absolutely love seeing the home of stylists and designers, as they make their home their work and they apply all the things they learned in projects to make their own space wonderful. This place is no exception and is full of custom designed and built solutions.

The living room looks very minimal and polished, with a velvet area rug covering most of the wooden floor for a very warm look and feel. The two leather PK22 armchairs designed by Poul Kjærholm look like they were made for this room. The big round mirror adds a graphic effect to the wall and makes the space look bigger.

The all grey kitchen was custom designed to work in this space and pairs up so nicely with the vintage dining table paired up with the Series 7 chairs with leather upholstery. The white Aim lamps designed by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec make this look complete and since these are the only white elements in this space, they really stand out in this look.

The bedroom has this hotel look that is so very trendy right now and this is mainly because of the floor to ceiling curtains that are spread along the entire bedroom wall. The two layers of curtains (the beige and white) in different fabrics give even more texture to this cozy space.

Styling by Madeleine Asplund Klingstedt, photography by Kristofer Johnsson for Residence Magazine. First seen on Elisabeth Heier’s blog.

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