This beautiful styling was done by talented Swedish stylist Linnea Salmén for RUM Hemma. I love the combination of the pale green against the black chair and the mineral grey wall. The white and black bench adds a nice graphic element to the setup, while as the carpet adds a nice soft texture.
I like to re-arrange this corner in my living room and love the current darker botanical setup I have going on here. I framed the Paeonia Officinalis art print, which matches perfectly here with the black marble mycs sideboard and the Louis Poulsen Panthella mini lamp.
Still so much in love with my Alocasia plant I bought for the new apartment as well. It’s standing right in front of the window there so it gets all the light it needs to grow !
The former Fenix entertainment palace was designed by Hjalmar Westerlund in 1912 and housed several well-known restaurants, a dance hall, a theater and a bowling alley. Now it’s an exceptional location for exhibitions like this one, where dark furniture pieces are presented against all the woodwork and amazing architectural details. The furniture and lighting of the two main brands is mixed with a selection of work by ceramists and makers.
The big w151 pendants in black are real statement pieces in this setup I think and work so well with these super high ceilings. Their basic geometric shapes contrast very nicely against the detailing of the dark wooden walls.
The exhibition was curated by Hanna Nova Beatrice, editor-in-chief of Residence and My Residence, styled by Annaleena Leino and photographed by Andy Liffner.
The light coming through this window in this rooftop bedroom looks so soft and almost like it’s spring (would be nice wouldn’t it). I like the cozy and inviting vibe of this space and the mixture of textures of the textiles, antique furniture and the little basket next to the window.
The faded mustard yellow bedsheets work very well in this look and I like the flowers on the antique chair for a great finishing touch.
via Entrance Makleri
This warm and cozy bedroom was styled for the spring and summer catalog of Swedish brand Linum and I love the warm look of this space. The variety of camel and ochre textiles works perfectly with the grey and textured carpet, wooden furniture and the beige artwork on the wall. Everything matches so well together and makes for a very inviting look.
I think the dark wood and the white wall work in such great contrast in this beautiful Swedish kitchen. The cabinet doors really stand out against the white and I love the way the countertop is styled with different wood tints and beige.
The little dining area with the small round table and just two chairs matches this setup perfectly as well. It looks so inviting to have a morning coffee there doesn’t it ?
The historic details in this studio apartment are simply amazing. Those ceiling and window treatments are beautiful in themselves, but are enhanced with a combination of both new and old furniture for a very cozy and inviting effect.
I love the leather details on both the chairs in the living and dining room, they give a warm touch to the otherwise neutral interior. The bookshelf that divides the living room and bedroom is a great solution as well and I love that the natural light can shine through the bookshelf.
via Historiska Hem
This latest project by Nordiska Kök looks absolutely amazing if you ask me. This modern style kitchen with cabinets in dark stained oak and a limestone countertop contrast perfectly with this historical Gothenburg building, built in 1894, in French Chateau style.
I love that the design is visually split into two parts, the wood on the bottom and the limestone and grey surface treatment on the top half of the kitchen.
I like the vibe of this Swedish home. It’s decorated in a very subtile and minimal way, yet is not too minimal so it still has a very cozy atmosphere. The interior consists out of many textiles and art prints, which give a lot of detail to the space.
Both the living room and the bedroom have a white, beige and grey color palette, which has a very calming effect. I’m so in love with that &Tradition Journey wall lamp next to the bed by the way, it has such a subtile presence.
I love to follow the Artilleriet journal and see what beautiful stylings they are working on to present their product selection in different settings. The latest feature was shot in Gunnebo Castle: a neoclassical dream of a wealthy family in Mölndal, Sweden. The castle was recently restored to its original state and serve as the perfect backdrop for these images.
You can see the items from this story on the Artilleriet website.