A minimal kitchen in shades of grey

This kitchen in a Swedish flat has been finished in multiple shades of grey. The worktop, upper cabinets, lowers and steel appliances give multifaceted shades of this cool neutral and keep it interesting while monochrome. I also love super sleek storag…

A home in rust, clay and aubergine

A stunning apartment accurately styled for the season in strokes of rust, clay and deep aubergine for Fantastic Frank. Even the bathroom has warm pinks and plums to vibe with the accessories around the rest of the house. I love how autumnal the styling in this place feels especially since the weather currently seems to be skipping over Fall and heading straight into Winter. Six months of Autumn wouldn’t be enough, I love this in subtle season, when it actually feels subtle.

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Found via Fantastic Frank.

Warm vs cool in this Swedish apartment

This small apartment from Fantastic Frank is a meeting of warm and cool tones, coexisting peacefully in a single space. (notice the Mantis lamp!) Styled by Josefin Hååg whose work I’ve shared here many times and is consistently inspiring.








a cosy family home, and these grey pedestals


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The dining room in this apartment is so great, and maybe I like it because it has similar furniture to my own! We have the Gubi Semi pendant with a black table, ours is from Muuto, and some Muuto Visu chairs. What’s even better in this home are the grey pedestals Josefin used to style the room with.
Funny enough I have been coveting some tubular pedestal tables, procrastinating though as I’ not sure where I’d put them in our small house. As yet I’m still undecided but I’ll share ultimately what I end up doing.

See above for my pedestal picks along with accessories to sort of ‘create the look’.

Also this child’s room, which I don’t talk much about on the blog but I love looking at kids rooms, especially ones with sweet details but still pared back and a bit sparse. From experience I know it is too easy to let their spaces become overloaded with stuff, so a kids room with ‘just enough’ is the most appealing to me. Also, you can find the bunny lamp here and grid box here.

pale neutrals in Södermalm

A palette I’ve been drawn to so much lately is composed soft, pale but warm neutrals like in this apartment for sale in Stockholm.

Sunday Sanctuary: The Loft

Loft living at its absolute finest. With exposed brick, high ceilings and styling to die for, I wouldn’t blame you for thinking this space is situated in the heart of NYC. However, we actually have to cross the Atlantic to find this bright Scandinavian wonder… I think you’ll agree, it’s certainly worth the air miles… […]

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a stylist’s apartment for sale



I’ve hardly been able to scroll through social media or some of my bloglovin’ feeds without seeing photos of one of the most beautiful tiny apartment belonging to one of my favorite stylists, Josefin Hååg. I believe I’ve introduced her as one of my favorites before but it bears repeating. She always creates something interesting and warm with dimension.

See more photos (because this hardly does it justice) and the listing here.

Photography by Emily Laye.

Sibyllegatan

A bit of pink in this flat styled by Mimmi Staaf for Fantastic Frank. Pink stairs print from Annaleena Karlsson available at The Poster Club.

inspiration needed

The past week has drained me, physically and mentally. Elin and I have been sick and then she fell and hurt her arm so it’s been a tough few days and not particularly productive. I do though have some fun things coming up, a project I worked on with Fe…

Josefin & Frank

The incredibly talented Josefin Hååg, who is one of my favorite stylists, has been working with Fantastic Frank and it’s a beautiful thing. She has such a great eye and a way of making anything look amazing.

like a painting

So much inspiration in this beautifully styled apartment, like textures and colors from an old oil painting. I’m not sure who the stylist is for this one, if anyone knows please leave a comment.

ambiguous bathroom

Simply put, I like this bathroom view. It doesn’t bother me one bit that the monochrome space has no other color and I especially like the ambiguity of the bottles. image from Fantastic Frank

add black

Days are colder and the nights are longer but I’m really enjoying this. Autumn is a welcomed season by me and I’m also embracing darker interiors. They’re moody, peaceful, dramatic and very striking.This black bathroom and corridor with black floors fi…