Stylist

Perfection in warm neutral color scheme

August 7, 2017

 


 

I have been extremely occupied by interior projects and enjoying summer recently and posts here appear with much longer intervals they used to. But this perfect little apartment in Stockholm decorated in neutral color scheme and styled to perfection by talented interior stylist Josefin Hååg is too good not to post here. This soft and light color palette mixed with warm wooden floors and wooden furniture gives this space an amazingly light and bright yet so cozy and balanced feel. Also, love the framed kitchen cabinets with golden knob handles, so pretty!

 

Viimasel ajal on mu enda sisekujundusprojektid ja suve nautimine mind hoolega blogist eemal hoidnud ja postitustes tulevad märksa pikemad vahed sisse kui ma sooviksin. Aga see armas ühetoaline Stockholmi korter meeldib mulle lihtsalt liiga palju et sellest siia mitte märki maha jätta. Kujundatud heledates soojades neutraalsetes toonides hoolikalt valitud mööbli ja sisustusdetailidega, jätab see armas kodu hoolimata oma vähestest ruutmeetritest väga avara mulje. Ja oi kuidas mulle meeldivad viimasel ajal need lihtsad liistudeta profiiliga uksed, mida ka selles köögis kasutatud on – traditsiooniline ent samas kaasaegne kujundus. 

 

// styling by Josefin Hååg, photos from Fantastik Frank //

 
 

Styling love

November 20, 2014

Tanned leather sofa in Scandinavian style living room

 
Perfect colour palette and perfect mood in this living room styled by Pella Hedeby and Marie Ramse, photographed by Sara Danielsson. Love how the tanned leather sofa and other warm brown details add coziness to the otherwise monochrome colour palette of black, white and greys. Adding some soft textiles and a simple bare branch in a big glass vase makes this place perfect to me!

 

// image from Stil Inspiration //

 

Two lovely apartments styled by Daniella Witte

November 11, 2014

Cozy Nordic living room by Daniela Witte

Cozy Nordic style living room by Daniela Witte

Kitchen and dining. Styled by Daniella Witte

Oversized pendant and round dining table

workspace, black and white and green. by Daniela Witte

cozy bedroom. by Daniela Witte

Nordic style living room

Cozy and light Scandinavian living room. Daniela Witte

workspace. Thonet chair. styled by Daniella Witte

leaning shelves. by Daniella

Scandinavian style apartment. by Daniella Witte

kitchen details

bedroom
 

These two new Bonum apartments are styled and photographed by talented Daniella Witte, who’s own home I have shown you here and here. I think she really has a talent for creating cozy and inviting interiors – these two seem so lived-in despite being completely new spaces.

 

// photos from Daniella Witte, via The Design Chaser //

Inspired by Sarah from Coco Lapine Design

August 11, 2014

dining room, grey Hay About A Chairs. styling by Sarah from Coco Lapine Design

Berlin print, Hay About A Chair. styling by Sarah from Coco Lapine Design

Bedroom. Grey Mikmax sheets, Mathilda Clahr leather strap hangers.

Workspace with a vintage desk

String shelf styling by Sarah from Coco Lapine Design

workspace styling by Sarah from Coco Lapine Design

white Nordic kitchen styled by Sarah from Coco Lapine Design

beautiful black and white bedroom styled by Sarah from Coco Lapine Design

kitchen styling by Sarah from Coco Lapine Design

Bedroom styled by Sarah from Coco Lapine Design

styling by Sarah from Coco Lapine Design

apartment styled by Sarah from Coco Lapine Design

 

Happy new week to all of you!

Today I’m so happy to show you some beautiful examples of styling from Sarah Van Peteghem‘s portfolio and also an interview with her! Sarah is a Belgian designer, interior blogger and shop owner living in Berlin. Some time ago she started a collaboration with the real estate agency Fantastik Frank and now I’m so excited every time a new project styled by her is going online. Sarah has also a beautiful blog Coco Lapine Design full of eye candy for Scandinavian style lovers. I’m so happy that Sarah agreed to answer some questions about her work as an interior stylist.

How did it all started? What are the most important milestones in your career?
I did my first project for Fantastic Frank in March and I liked it so much that I just knew this was something I had to explore more. So far I’ve been doing five projects for them, which were each very different from each other. I hope I can do more and more projects in the future for different brands as this is something I’m truly passionate about.

How would you describe your style?
I would say Nordic with a twist. There is a clear minimal and nordic influence in my work, but don’t like to think I’m restricted to that. I try to get inspiration from different angles and I hope this also shows in my work. I can see a clear style in my past work, however I think I’m still exploring and creating my own style. It’s very exciting process.

What inspires you? Where do you go online for inspiration?
I browse a lot of blogs and Pinterest and try not to get lost in it all. I recently started to force myself to think about the pictures I find inspiring (not just pin them for later, like I usually do) and ask myself the question why this picture is interesting: is it the angle, are there certain color combinations that are intriguing or is there a certain product that I just really like? By answering these questions I’m usually inspired and then try to incorporate my findings in my own work as well.

What are currently your favorite products to use for your styling work?
I try to always find new things. In my last styling I used Uashmama paper bags, which were great to give a new look to my plant pots and I decorated the bed with Mikmax textiles. Both of these products ended up looking very nice in the pictures because of their different tints and textures. I also like to use vintage finds, which always make a home look very characteristic and unique.

If there was one piece of advice you would give to aspiring interior stylist, what would it be?
Start styling in your own home and take your own pictures. The second one is probably the most important one as you start looking at products, materials, light and textures with a different point of view (you don’t have to be a good photographer or have a fancy camera, your phone will do in the beginning). This is something that is really helpful when doing styling work. For me, my Instagram is the perfect playground for styling exercises.

 

Thank you Sarah for sharing your thouhts and let’s hope we see many inspiring projects from you also in the future!

 

// photos from Coco Lapine Design //

Lifestyle stylist Johanna Laskey

August 15, 2012

During the countless hours of browsing interior inspiration, from time to time I came across some really beautiful photos styled by Johanna Laskey. This was how I found her blog Tant Johanna, which I have been following for a couple of months and I really like her style and aesthetics. So when I read that she launched her online portfolio and after I had spent some inspiring minutes on her site I knew that this is something I want to share with you! Below are some of my favorite shots, to see more check out her portfolio!

So what do you think? Did you get your dose of inspiration from her work? I definitely did! :)

Have a great day!

 

//images from Johanna Laskey portfolio//

 

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