Small, multifunctional and perfectly styled | Josefin Hååg’s apartment on sale

March 5, 2016

 
Josefin Hååg's apartment. Little multifunctional space with stunning gallery wall

Cozy Scandinavian style bedroom nook with big window

window sill styling. shades of grey

textures and materials

simple little dining nook, picture wall

simple metal shelf for storage and display of beautiful things

black door and shelf styling

white Scandinavian style kitchen, white tiles with black grout

kitchen. black, white, stainless steel and browns

Josefin Hååg's apartment, white washed herringbone floor

Dark grey entryway in Josefin Haag's apartment

Little dark grey hallway

 

Last time I talked here how much I loved My Residence bookazine and one of my favorite interiors from there was definitely a little apartment of Josefin Hååg and her wife. So today when I saw on Josefin’s Instagram feed that their apartment is on sale via Fantastic Frank I immediately clicked over there to see the latest photos of this lovely home.

The whole apartment is only 20 m2, but it is very well planned and every square meter is used to maximum. Large window in combination with white walls and white-washed herringbone floor makes this little space airy and light and let’s it show larger than it actually is. I just love the color palette used – monochrome with some warm brown and neutrals gives this apartment really cozy feel. As Josefin is one really talented stylist it’s no wonder that this space is also styled to perfection! If there was only one thing I could highlight it would be the way how she has displayed art on the walls (I have featured it also in this picture wall inspiration post).

I have shared photos of Josefin’s apartment before here – there have been some changes in decorating and styling since then, both versions look stunning if you ask me!

 

//photos from Fantastic Frank //

 

 

My Residence

March 3, 2016

 
Workspace, coffee, My Residence bookazine
 
It’s not usual for me to read a magazine from cover to cover, but I have almost done that with my new My Residence bookazine. It’s loaded with beautiful and inspiring photos of Swedish interiors and architecture presented by Residence Magazine throughout the year. Really nice companion for coffee breaks. The only bad thing is that as its an annual publication we need to wait another year before a new copy is released.

Also, thank you all who participated in Faces of Nepal giveaway from Posterlounge. The winner was chosen via random.org and the lucky winner is Mira. Congratulations!

 
 

Stylish home blending indoor and outdoor living space

February 26, 2016

 
suspended fireplace as a focal point in a living room

living room. suspended fireplace, Lampe Gras, gallery wall

dining room. old wooden dining table, Alvar Aalto chairs

terrace as an extension of living room. black window frames

terrace as an extension of living room outdoors

black kitchen cabinets, marble worktop and backsplash, open shelves

gallery wall and vintage bench
 
This part of the home of architect duo Annick Houle and Stephen O’Connor seen on the photos above acts as a beautiful example of how to blend indoor and outdoor living space. Huge black framed floor to ceiling windows let the space to get a lot of daylight and provide spectacular view to the terrace and garden. Part of the windows can be opened to extend the living room to the big terrace.

 

// styling Judy Ostergaard, photography Derek Swalwell, photos from Homes to Love via The Design Chaser //

 
 

Posterlounge and Faces of Nepal + GIVEAWAY

February 24, 2016

Bedroom, photo from Faces of Nepal collection-2

Bedroom, photo from Faces of Nepal collection-1

Bedroom, photo from Faces of Nepal collection-3

Art is such an important thing in home decor so I’m always happy to find something I like and that goes well with my aesthetics and style of my home – my new photo art print from Faces of Nepal collection definitely fits in perfectly!

Not only does the photos look beautiful in their simplicity, there’s also a deeper story behind them. Namely, Faces of Nepal is a charity project by German photographer Sophia Maier in collaboration with Posterlounge. The proceeds from the sale of her photos are donated to the initiative Hilfe für Nepal, which helps rebuild the country after the earthquake of 2015.

Faces of Nepal collection is sold by Posterlounge, an online shop for high-quality art prints, movie posters, modern illustrations and beautiful photography created by both contemporary and historical artists. They have really wide selection of wall art and no matter what art style you prefer you probably find something that fits in. The company is based in Leipzig and they ship worldwide.

 

GIVEAWAY.

I’m happy to announce that Posterlounge is giving away a photo print from Faces of Nepal collection to one of you, dear readers! Just write the name of your favorite photo from the collection in comments and you are in! The winner can choose the photo he or she would like to get. Giveaway is open worldwide and the winner will be announced here and on our Facebook page on 3rd March.

 

Posted in collaboration with Posterlounge. Photos and styling by me.

 

Tulips season

February 17, 2016

 
white tulips monochrome Scandinavian living room
 
Tulips are one of my favourite spring flowers and bringing them home is like allowing the spring to move in bit by bit. Although most of the days are still quite dark and grey here, it’s so much more light around compared to the time a month ago. Today it’s so beautiful and sunny  and it feels that spring is not far away any more (at least when staying inside where you don’t feel the cold wind).

Also, I wanted to let you know that there’s a giveaway running on my Instagram account where you have a chance to win a a print of your choice from One Must Dash. Don’t miss the chance!
 
 

Deep blue hues and an interior window

February 10, 2016

 
Living room with two depp blue sofas

Still life, monochrome and warm wood

Mix of modern, vintage, industrial in a kitchen. Subway tiles and indoor window

Indoor window between bedroom and kitchen and blue linen

Still life

 

This beautiful apartment in Stockholm belongs to Louise Ljungberg. Styled by Anna Mårselius and photographed by Kristofer Johnsson it was published in the latest issue of Residence magazine. The apartment is an eclectic mix of modern, vintage and industrial styles and has that lovely Scandinavian vibe. Different hues of blue have used throughout the apartment and together with black, white and warm wooden tones it makes such a beautiful and calm color palette. I really love the black framed interior doors and window between kitchen and bedroom – it’s quite unusual that you can see a display of glassware and ceramics above the bed!

 

// styling Anna Mårselius, photos by Kristofer Johnsson from Residence magazine //
 
 

Small apartment in neutral colours

February 6, 2016

 
Living room in lovely neutrals. Cesta lamp.

black, white, beige and wooden tones

styling inspo in neautral colors

light Scandinavian interior

Small all-white kitchen

kitchen details

Ton chair as a bedside table

bedside styling neutrals + wood

 

Love this one-room apartment styled by Josefin Hååg for Fantastic Frank. Neutral colour scheme with some contrasting blacks makes the interior warm and welcoming.

 

// photos from Fantastik Frank //
 
 

Two looks of a small kitchen with amazing open shelving

February 3, 2016

 
Small white kitchen with a wall of cube box open shelving

timber box open shelving in nordic kitchen

box shelves in kitchen for ceramics and glassware

white kitchen with black wall and big open shelf

white open shelving in kitchen. cube box shelf.

open shelves in the kitchen

 

This little kitchen is an amazing example of how a few little changes can transform the whole space completely. Interior stylist Mette Helena Rasmussen wanted to update the kitchen in her Copenhagen apartment, but couldn’t decide whether to go for an all-white kitchen or a black and more daring look. Finally she decided to have white classic kitchen cabinets and try the other look by using black paint on the wall. Both versions look great, don’t you think? I really love this timber cube box open shelving – maybe not so practical, but great for showing your kitchen treasures that you don’t want to hide behind the doors.

 

//styling Mette Helena Rasmussen, photography Tia Borgsmidt. Found from Insideout via My Paradissi //
 
 

Beautiful in its simplicity – VIKTIGT from IKEA

January 27, 2016

 
IKEA VIKTIGT glassware

IKEA VIKTIGT water bottle. To be released in May

New IKEA VIKTIGT glassware

IKEA new collection from Swedish glass and ceramic designer Ingegerd Råman

Black ceramics from IKEA new VIKTIGT range

Simple black ceramics from IKEA VIKTIGT collection

IKEA VIKTIGT white glass ceramics

Simple white ceramics from IKEA VIKTIGT collection

IKEA VIKTIGT collection

IKEA VIKTIGT collection bamboo baskets

from new collection called VIKTIGT from IKEA

IKEA VIKTIGT rattan chair

New chair from IKEA VIKTIGT collection

 

IKEA is launching a new collection called VIKTIGT in this May and deciding on what can be seen from the sneak peek it is a truly beautiful collection that will be at least as popular as their SINNERLIG collection currently is. Created in collaboration with Swedish glass and ceramic designer Ingegerd Råman, this discreet collection ranges from handmade glassware to furniture and home accessories woven from natural fibers. Simple stylish shapes, pure natural materials and items that are produced by hand – all that makes this collection quite perfect to  me!

 

// IKEA press photos //

 

 

Fresh and clean with some blue details

January 26, 2016

 
finnish apartment. laura seppänen, pauliina salonen

cupboard styling. laura seppanen pauliina salonen avotakka3

silke bonde print. styling laura seppanen pauliina salonen

white modern Scandinavian kitchen. laura seppanen pauliina salonen

dining corner with hints of blue. laura seppanen pauliina salonen

kitchen details with blue. laura seppanen pauliina salonen

bedroom styling. laura seppanen pauliina salonen
 
This two-room apartment in Finland Helsinki has a clean and fresh Scandinavian style with a hint of romantic vibes. Some vintage items together with newer Scandinavian design creates cozy feeling,  the use of soft wooden tones and graphic patterns on the fabrics makes the interior playful and lively. Residents love for blue color is clearly seen throughout the whole apartment.

 

// styled by Laura Seppänen (for more inspiration see her Instagram and Facebook), photographed by Pauliina Salonen //

 

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