At Elisabeth Heiers Bathroom

Spending the afternoon at Elisabeth’s house , best place to work, not just because we are friends, but because her apartment is absolutely amazing ;) While washing my hands in the bathroom I couldn’t help but snap a few quick photos, even though I only…

Beautiful Petite Apartment Studio in Gothenburg

I happened to run across a few days ago this amazing petite apartment in Gothenburg while perusing Entrance makleri, for a super small space, it is packing with amazing style. I could not possibly live in here of course, I definitely need a separate be…

Elin Kickéns beautiful apartment

The duo Sundling-Kickén needs no intriduction I hope at this point, and I am so very happy for it. Two young ladies so talented emerging in the scene, it is something to celebrate! My eye noticed Elin Kickéns home at Residence Magazine and I thoug…

Sunday Findings

I am supposed to pick up colors to paint the living room and the bedroom this week (more photos of my bedroom today you can find here), but I stumbled on this beautiful bedroom at Alvhem, and now I am thinking maybe just a fresh coat of some sort of white is what I really want, and instead have color in the kitchen and living room. A super minimal bedroom works great for a lot of people, however I need mine a little bit more cozy, and of course you can have cozy without having to sacrifice design. The bedroom on Alvhem has more of a country vibe, if I was to replicate it probably I would see something like this in the cabin rather than my Oslo apartment, but there are some beautiful details that I would love to copy today even. Build in shelf? Yes please. Blanket in earthly colors ? Another yes. Old table repurposed as a mini office is also a great idea, while the Danish chair as a sidetable is a nice touch as well. I have ordered the Georg office desk by Skagerak for the bedroom which is also going to look beautiful, but I will also visit finn to see if I can find an old table for the cabin to use in the bedroom loft. I have been very slow in getting the Oslo apartment together, but I want to think that it will happen before December is over, minus many some details. If there is anything I am learning is maybe it doesn’t need to be perfect, it just needs to feel like home.









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Beautiful Apartment in Kungsholmen in Stockholm

A home for sale up on Fastastic Frank caught my eye , and of course I recognized it from the first Melo Studio shoot Sara Medina Lind did there with Pella Hedeby on the styling wheel. Situated in the island of Kungsholmen in Stockholm , it is really perfect for a young couple , a classic 19th century renovated apartment in a beautiful area, it would be so easy to move there even for me and I am very picky when it comes to apartments for myself. I have assembled some photos below but for even more photos and information check Fastastic Frank .








// Styling: Linnea Salmen | Photos: Emily Laye for Fantastic Frank
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Latest project : Oslo Apartment for Sale at Thorvald Meyersgate

A few days ago me and my talented friend and colleague Elisabeth Heier teamed up in order to style and shoot the rental apartment that she is currently living that is up for sale. The photos turned out amazing , it was difficult not to when Elizabeth did such a great job styling the whole apartment, I only had to point and shoot :) I am starting my tour from the bedroom, easily my most favorite room in the apartment, but as you can see, the rest is fantastic as well! Following the master bedroom, the kids bedroom, the living room, dining room and kitchen, bathroom, hallway and last but not least some photos from the yard! More photos are up on the ad for the sale here, while you can always find more details at Elisabeths blog about the rooms and the styling. 












Styling by Elisabeth Heier | Photography by Katerina Dima/Onlydecolove



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Home Spotlight | The Private Residence of Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen

I recently got a press release for the new Menu Space, a newly finished showroom, office, and café, designed in collaboration with Norm Architects for Danish design company MENU. While browsing in the downloads folder however I stumbled upon a full set of photo of the the home of Norm Architects founder Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen. Since I am moving this Sunday to Oslo to my new apartment, I thought I was appropriate to share Jonas home first to serve as inspiration, get to know a little bit of his style and where he lives, before sharing the press photos for the new Menu Space which I was lucky to visit first hand a day before its official opening, while in Copenhagen for 3 days of Design (read more about that here).
Some of the items featured in Jonas own home happen to be on the top of my list , from Menu to &tradition to the custom marble office desk that is not for sale unfortunately. However if you are in love with the style, Menus new Plinth tables/podiums will alleviate some of the longing, at least it will for me. 

//Photos via Menu 

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Styling ideas for a small apartment

I run into this small apartment styled by Emma Fischer for Bjurfors in Stockholm and I was immediately inspired by her styling of such a small space. With some smartly placed furniture (a few from IKEA as well for a friendlier budget ) Emma has delivered a space that is comfortable to live in, as well as beautiful to look at. I am getting so many ideas from this space for my own apartment in Oslo, although mine is quite bigger than this one, it still only has one bedroom so there will be considerably less space than what I am used to now. A daybed is a great idea, as well as a simple corner office as seen in this apartment. On the other hand I am thinking, since the new kitchen is spacious enough, possibly in the beginning set up a home office there. After all, I only need my macbook and my camera, my set up can be pretty mobile luckily. I am in the lookout for a new kitchen table , I am thinking possibly round but I have neither settled on brand not material/color. Hopefully 3 days of Design will be inspiring enough to get the ideas flowing, I am really looking forward to early releases and possibly new designs. Stay tuned!








//Styling Emma Fischer | Photos by Alen Cordic for Bjurfors 


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The hunt continues for the perfect apartment in Oslo

One of my favorite upcoming stylists Annaleena Leino, styled an apartment for Alexander White agency, and the result is breathtaking. I am now looking for inspiration more intensively since I am looking for an apartment in Oslo for my move, and this is one I would move in immediately, furniture and all. 
My plan was to move by June however it seems the search for the perfect apartment is going on forever. Since I will be renting I cannot expect it to be “perfect” but I am looking for something with big windows and in classic style, 3 rooms , bedroom, living – dining room, kitchen. If there is one more bedroom in my price range that would be ideal. However it seems everything I find is either perfect size perfect price but kitchen and bathroom have not been renovated for a long long time, or completely out of my price range. Some are in bad location, some have floors that just wont photograph well at all, some are even great but with no bedroom (kitchen-living room-bedroom one room). I am not in a hurry but I am getting increasingly disappointed since most are handled through agencies that will not let me speak with the owners to possibly reach an understanding before I move (for possible renovations), and I cannot possibly commit to an apartment that would look great if the very old bathroom,kitchen and floors were fixed. And so the hunt continues , I am hoping I will be able to find something that will tick most of my boxes! 









Styling by Annaleena Leino Interiors || Photography by Adam Helbaoui / Kronfoto || Images via Alexander White
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Stylish Grey Apartment with a cleverly hidden bedroom.

While spending time at the summer cabin for Easter at my free time I am always looking for inspiration and ideas on small apartments. Thinking ahead about moving to Oslo in summer, it is very exciting but I am fully aware I am moving from a house to an apartment where space is limited. I am already cutting down on what I am going to be bringing with me but even so, I think I will find myself short in space more often than not. When I saw this beautiful grey apartment on Fantastic Frank, it resonated with me so much that I had to share. It is a very small apartment (I am looking for something little bigger regardless) but its styling is exactly what I am envisioning. Notice the clever partition in the middle of the living room? Behind it there is just enough space for a hidden bed, and it is done in a way that the “bedroom” still has ample light, texture, while it is completely hidden from the stylish living room. In a brilliant twist, the built double doors lead nowhere but they give depth in the design of the partition, making it feel more substantial, while it creates just enough space for the bed to hide behind. Swoon!






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Windowsills

//Photography by Katerina Dima
I have a love for windowsills and Elisabeth’s apartment (where I have been staying the last few days while in Oslo) has the most beautiful big windows and high ceilings. I came to Oslo for a couple of press events ( Iittala press event for their Table reset campaign , and Georg Jensen Damask  press event where Andreas Engesvik spoke about his new work and the design process behind it), some meetings and scouting out locations for a new appartment. All in all a busy few days that as always turned out too much fun! It is getting harder and harder to leave the city that already feels so much like home and go back to the beautiful fjords, especially since it feels I am always in the company of the best ambassadors for Oslo city and Grunnerløkka neighborhood! 
  
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The Kerferd House : By Whiting Architects

As an architect myself I fully appreciate when I see projects that feature elegant design inside and out. A great example is the The Kerferd House by Whiting Architects ,a beautifully renovated house by architect Steven Whiting and Carole, his creative-director wife.
The details of this renovation are, I think, worthy of looking into more carefully. From the beautiful materials that adorn the walls that seem to coexist perfectly juxtaposed to the original presently exposed brick walls, to the selection of muted colors that accentuate not only the design but also the shape of the cleverly designed spaces. Do check the rest of their residential projects for more inspiration or even for ideas on minimal architectural design.

//Designed by Whiting Architects | Photography by Sharyn Cairns

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The IKEA House

Livet Hemma (Life at home) is the IKEA inspirational blog, where various notable stylists and photographers regularly contribute posts, mostly including IKEA products, styled and photographed to reflect the Scandinavian style and way of life. New IKEA designs include updated materials, silhouettes and colors, all curated towards mirroring new trends in Scandinavian design. I regularly visit the blog for inspiration, today I am sharing some of my favorite photos as of late that make up for a full home tour, a home I would gladly move in today even. Below you can find inspiration for the office, the living room, the kitchen, the bathroom and the bedroom. I particularly love the new color palette, green and beige is a combination I turn to a lot lately. The details in some of the photos below are equally notable, I am convinced I need an IKEA herringbone counter in my next kitchen!

//All Photos via Livet Hemma 

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Beautiful apartment in Oslo

As you might have noticed if you follow me on Instagram, I spent this weekend at Gothenburg, where I attended Trendensers influencers meetup. The meetup was very inspirational and informative, we had a lot of fun and it was great meeting everyone involved. I traveled to Gothenburg late Friday night by train from Oslo, accompanied by my friend and colleague Elisabeth Heier from ElisabethHeier ( I will share some photos of some of the highlights soon). Before we left for Gothenburg I managed to snap some quick photos of her beautiful apartment found in Grünerløkka ,that she has styled herself to perfection shortly after moving in( you can see more photos of her home in Oslo in her blog, under the Interior category). Some of my favorite designs can be seen in the dining room and living room, Inbetween &tradition table, Semi Pendant by Gubi in chrome, SV6 Marble Light Table Lamp by &tradition, Aura Mirror by Bjørn van den Berg, a page from Plethora magazine serves as wall decoration, just to name a few. There is nothing out of place although in her words she still has plans to introduce some designs and finish up styling.  Elisabeth is an unending source of inspiration and I cant wait to see whats next, especially since I am moving to Oslo soon myself.

//Photography by Katerina Dima | Styling by Elisabeth Heier


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Lotta Agatons Trends stand at Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair

Contrasts is the underlying theme for and name of the Trend Exhibition 2017/18, which has been created by stylist Lotta Agaton, one of the main attractions in Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair this year. The exhibition offers contrasts in materials and furniture as well as surprising combinations. The spaces are interconnected so visitors can see from one to another and vice versa.

The exhibition space is my reflection of our times. I wanted to create a space with no set rules and to inspire people to play more with what they already have and use new materials, colours and textures. I wanted to create a space where contrasting materials and colours met in unexpected ways and show that a room and its furnitures could behave in a new way just by changing the wall colour. I have chosen furnitures and products that all have a clean lines and timeless design. When lined up together all the furnitures would fit together but by placing them in rooms with different wall colors and change the fabric, every room and piece of furniture got a totally different mood. : Lotta Agaton

From an all pink office , to a green bathroom, the perfect beige kitchen, the blue dining room and the red terra cotta bedroom, Lotta Agaton defines a trend that is here to stay for a while, the one that comfort and safety combine perfectly with style and high end furnishings. Darker, warmer and more embracing, one by one the rooms in the makeshift house invite us to stay for a while.

My photos depict a close up look due to only bringing with me only one 85mm prime lens for my camera. For wider perspective beautiful imagery, visit my talented colleagues Elisabeth Heier blog post , with whom I traveled with to the fair. 

//Photography by Katerina Dima | Styling by Lotta Agaton, location Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair.
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Lotta Agatons Trends Exhibition at Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair

Contrasts is the underlying theme for and name of the Trend Exhibition 2017/18, which has been created by stylist Lotta Agaton, one of the main attractions in Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair this year. The exhibition offers contrasts in materials and furniture as well as surprising combinations. The spaces are interconnected so visitors can see from one to another and vice versa.

The exhibition space is my reflection of our times. I wanted to create a space with no set rules and to inspire people to play more with what they already have and use new materials, colours and textures. I wanted to create a space where contrasting materials and colours met in unexpected ways and show that a room and its furnitures could behave in a new way just by changing the wall colour. I have chosen furnitures and products that all have a clean lines and timeless design. When lined up together all the furnitures would fit together but by placing them in rooms with different wall colors and change the fabric, every room and piece of furniture got a totally different mood. : Lotta Agaton

From an all pink office , to a green bathroom, the perfect beige kitchen, the blue dining room and the red terra cotta bedroom, Lotta Agaton defines a trend that is here to stay for a while, the one that comfort and safety combine perfectly with style and high end furnishings. Darker, warmer and more embracing, one by one the rooms in the makeshift house invite us to stay for a while.

My photos depict a close up look due to only bringing with me only one 85mm prime lens for my camera. For wider perspective beautiful imagery, visit my talented colleagues Elisabeth Heier blog post , with whom I traveled with to the fair. 


//Photography by Katerina Dima | Styling by Lotta Agaton, location Stockholm Furniture and Light Fair.

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Nytorgsgatan 19A for sale

 It wasnt long ago photos from Lotta Agatons new apartment surfaced and eveyone savored on the complete dark look that swept the interior blogs with the daring look and the beautiful details. Now so soon again the apartment is back up on sale for a new lucky owner. It has come to my attention that there has been some controversy over this sale, possibly caused by the fact that it wasn’t not so long ago that Lotta moved in (although for the record it must have been at least a year or even more ago). Very few people can know the details on why this apartment is on sale, maybe the family needed more space, maybe they needed less space, maybe the location is not as comfortable as it was imagined to be, maybe they just needed a change or even maybe there was profit to be made out of selling it now. Regardless, the negative comments are very concerning, I do not find necessary for anyone to speculate and more so, voice those thoughts in an inappropriate manner. In many ways, this has turned to be a matter of gossip for some people, a very sad development. The plan is to also move myself sometime in the next few months, and I am already under a lot of stress about all the procedures, selling the house, moving, starting over. Of course it is going to be ok at the end, and hopefully I will look back at this time fondly, however I would find negative comments, gossip and speculations alike, very daunting , and they would add to my stress making it even more difficult for me. For now I will try to alleviate some stress by looking at the photos of Lottas beautiful apartment, take some inspiration for it, and plan for my future place as well! 













//All images from ESNY

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Grey Apartment with beautiful details

 While at the Oslo design fair today, I captured a lot of photos which I couldnt wait to share,however luck had it that my SD card seems to have been damaged and I try as I did, I couldnt save any of them. So instead I decided to share a beautiful grey apartment I found a few days ago on Entrance Mäkleri ( you can click on the link for more photos as well). I especially like the entryway and the simple kitchen, definitely one to be inspired from for those that live in small apartments!









//Photos by Anders Bergstedt for Entrance Mäkleri


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Amazing Appartment in Stockholm

Stunning photos of a small apartment in Stockholm have me looking forward to moving to the city even more than ever. I am in love with old century apartment buildings, big windows and old wooden floors. While this apartment only has one bedroom, I would still move in a heartbeat. Even though there are only two main rooms, they are very spacious, while the kitchen is situated in a separate room which is a huge plus in my book. Lofts became the dream space to live in a few decades ago, and they are still viewed as such by many,but as far as I am concerned I have always appreciated separate spaces in the house that I live in. One thing I know for sure, if I am to rent an apartment one of my main priorities will definitely be big beautiful windows with deep windowsills and hopefully tall ceilings. Fingers crossed!









//Photos via Fantastic Frank 

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Kitchen Christmas Inspiration







I am looking for some Christmas inspiration, especially for the kitchen for some new styling projects, and these images from an old Artilleriet Christmas exhibition are just perfect. I am very into the rustic Scandinavian feel lately, but I like to introduce some minimal elements as well to it, this way it feels I am making it a little bit more my own. As for the perfect pre Christmas afternoon, some gløgg , wood fire, music and a good book is all I need!


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It’s beginning to smell like Christmas



In Norway and all Scandinavian countries, Christmas is all about the smell. Or at least, this is my opinion based on my experiences. The houses fill with Amaryllis flowers, Pine, Fir and Spruce branches, while there is almost always Gløgg shimmering on the stove, giving out a distinct aroma of cloves, cinnamon and nutmeg. Gløgg is a mixture of mulled wine made with cloves and cinnamon, and served warm with a helping of almonds and raisins. You don’t have to make it yourself, several brands sell Gløgg in bottles and the preparation is as easy as pouring some in the pot, add some water and mix in your favorite nuts or orange slices. Blossa, a company that is very popular in Sweden for its authentic Gløgg recipe presented a few weeks ago its new bottle labels designed by The Studio , in a series of photos styled by Lotta Agaton and photographed by Pia Ulin. The effect is striking, the setting and mood fits perfectly with the Scandinavian Christmas feel and it leaves me even more expectant for the upcoming holidays!

//Photography by Pia Ulin | Styling by Lotta Agaton


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Cleverly hidden bedroom in a Cupboard









I have a habit of browsing through appartments for sale, and this one really made me do a double turn. The very cleverly hidden bedroom in this two room small apartment, is the star of the small space when in fact its design hints to the opposite, it is supposed to be inconspicuous and subtle. It manages both brilliantly.  First of all, since it occupies so little space, it leaves the rest of the apartment free to create a very spacious living room and kitchen, fully equipped with a big dining room table as well. And I have to be honest here, even though my bedroom is quite large I find myself not spending any time in it at all save for sleeping. This bedroom nook looks very appealing to me, so very cozy and inviting. You can check more photos of the beautiful apartment listing here.


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Dark Grey Details


While I am wondering how dark I should paint my bedroom walls for winter (and entry), this amazing styling from Pella Hedeby appears on my feed tipping me further and further towards the darker side. So many of my favorite designs from brands are also represented here , And Tradition In Between chairs, lamps from New Works  and a lot of vintage love.

Styling: Pella Hedeby | Photographer: Kristofer Johnsson | For Residence Magazine , with thanks.

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Inspiring Homes : White heaven by Kristin Sundberg

I would move in the beautiful apartment by Kristin Sundberg today if I could. There are many all white apartments but this one is my absolute favorite as of late. Maybe not everyone will love the all white theme but everytime I see a photo from her home it makes me take a white bucket of paint and splash everything that is not white in my own place. And to be honest, I am this close to actually doing just that! Scroll down for more photos of this amazing place!

//Photos and styling by Kristin Sundberg 


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