Happy you liked the sthlm style post! Here’s another one!, an extraordinary fine example of the Stockholm style of styling. And actually, of a gorgeous Stockholm apartment in itself. 2 rooms & a kitchen, currently for sale @ estate agent reimersholme fastighetsmäkleri. First of all, it’s gorgeous in itself. A building from the 1910′s, in which the period details such as the tile stove (pic above) and the serving cabinet (middle pic below) are preserved. Also, it has the typical high ceilings (almost 3 metres) and beautiful bay windows. Stylingwise the key word is: sparse! Walls are painted Stockholm-white, all over, and the lovely wide-plank floors (in trendy pine wood!) are newly sanded and fresh. I think I’ll let the rest of the sparse styling speak for itself :) Must say though the Dali print is magnificent.
Three favourites (click to view enlarged). The pretty yet edgy kitchen area with the lovely vintage poster, the serving cabinet and the hallway/lovely floors, and thirdly a laid-back masculine style corner. There’s a bunch of more nice pics to look at all here. No cut flowers, no fruits in a bowl, just a beautiful place.
To me, this is somewhat typical (trendy) Stockholm style. The white backdrop, with some wood elements, and stylewise some distinct retro & industrial influences. And the globetrotter is there, in a poster and a throw that says New York, and an ethnic-patterned cushion. A creative vibe. Liking it! | pic via reimersholme fastighetsmäkleri |
The dip dye trend has been around for a while, but it isn’t until now I actually come to enjoy it! In bedding it’s lovely | left via this is glamorous, right sweet paul mag via bright bazaar | As a matter of fact, I think it’s kind of cool in a wedding dress too! At least in a few years time, when the trend sparkle has faded. Also, I think it’s gorgeous as a wallpaper. The turquiose wall below left is the wallpaper Saraille by Designers Guild. And well, dip dye always works well as a table cloth (via color chats). That’s a round of my dip dye favourites at the moment!
My enthusiastic spree is actually continuing! I found this kitchen in the brand new Autumn issue of Heart Home Magazine and fell in love. I haven’t seen a kitchen this nice in ages! It’s so relaxed, edgy and homey. I adore the colour boosts against the brick wall. The other views of this home (first two below) aren’t to bad either. Eye candy! Just look how great those floors are togenther with the bricks. And can you believe the rightmost picture below shows a wallpaper?! I was browsing brick wall wallpapers – there’s many around imitating brickwork – but this one (by French Koziel) exceeds all my expectations of what a wallpaper can do. I need to get a sample! And hey, never underestimate the need for a brick wall. It makes wonders for that special vibe.
Tonight I’m having lots of Hallelujah moments! I’m finding treasures, one after one.
I can’t believe I’ve missed this wallpaper named Mixed Folk by Louise Body. It’s pure gorgeousness.
A wallpaper with such a nostalgic, charmig, warming and interesting look…!
Sometimes, when I look at an interior design photo I get the total feeling of Now. In the sense that I view a snapshot of where we are right now trendwise. This is one of those pics, via the Autumn issue of Heart Home Magazine. It’s the wood + metal combination that makes it! Loving & adoring the style.