Lotta Agaton for Marbadol

Swedish stylist extraordinaire Lotta Agaton has styled this kitchen for Marbadol and there’s so much to love about this tone on tone look. With the use of pale wooden chopping boards (these are by Hampson Woods found at Artilleriet), sand colored pottery with dried grass, stainless steel hardware which coordinates with the tap and warm beiges from fresh bread to create a more lived in styling.

Scroll to the bottom for how to create a similar look!

While I enjoy spaces like this with low contrast and plenty of negative space I’m curious, what are your thoughts?



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Photography by Pia Ulin.

Check out some of my previous stories for more kitchen inspiration!

news from H&M / how to create the look

A few personal favorites from the new images styled by Glen Proebstel and photographed by Pia Ulin for H&M home and I’ve made it easy to shop the items with links below each photo. The grey and wood paneled bathroom is pretty spectacular. Also thank you for Pella for blogging about this earlier.

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Pia Ulin’s brooklyn home

The beautiful home of photographer Pia Ulin that still retains such a strong Scandinavian aesthetic. Featured exclusively for Swedish magazine Residence. photos / Pia Ulinretouch / Julia Hallengrenstyling / Lotta Agaton

monochrome home

A new book has been released by stylist Hilary Robertson and photographer Pia Ulin that looks fantastic, and I must admit I already bought it! Of course I have a fondness for monochrome spaces and this preview looks just fantastic.