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.

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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.

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