Why, hello there! I hope you had a great weekend?! I’m hoping this home might brighten the start of your week too (it’s certainly has mine!). This incredible apartment in Stockholm belongs to Anna Tuernell, Head of Design at Arket. It’s a home of contrast – where light wood floors and fresh white walls juxtapose with dark grey, black and wood furniture. But perhaps my favourite thing of all are the floor to ceiling shelves brimming with books – if you’re a book lover, you’ll no doubt fall in love with it too! Anna invited Lotta Agaton and Kristofer Johnsson in to capture it for Residence magazine. Enjoy the tour!

The bumling pendant (call me immature but I can’t help smile at the name – everytime, how about you?!) in brass definitely takes centre stage in the kitchen. There are always second-hand ones available here.

 The sitting room reads like a ‘who’s who’ of fabulous design classics – with the most unbelievably comfortable Eames lounge chair and ottoman beside a Bollo Lounge chair.  

Book lovers rejoice! I’ve said it already in the introduction, but just how wonderful are these floor to ceiling shelves bursting with books?! The Elfa bookshelf system is perfect for creating this effect. 
The tea trolley – possibly my favourite piece by Artek (and the black version too, love it!) looks great next to the Panthella Floor lamp.

A Swedish Kakelugn in the corner of the bedroom adds a decorative touch (and if in working condition – a lot of warmth!) to the bedroom. An Eames rocker is can be seen just in front (ready to act as the perfect chairdrobe?).
What a fabulous space?! The architect is simply stunning too. Imagine having ceilings as high as this?! 
Thank you so much to Lotta for the kind permission to share these lovely photos from her portfolio  – and to Coco Lapine – through whom I discovered this space! 
You can see more of Lottas lovely work here
Have a happy start to the week all!
Credits: Interior design Lotta Agaton Interiors. Photography Kristofer Johnsson.


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Why, hello there! I hope you had a great weekend?! I’m hoping this home might brighten the start of your week too (it’s certainly has mine!). This incredible apartment in Stockholm belongs to Anna Tuernell, Head of Design at Arket. It’s a home of contrast – where light wood floors and fresh white walls juxtapose with dark grey, black and wood furniture. But perhaps my favourite thing of all are the floor to ceiling shelves brimming with books – if you’re a book lover, you’ll no doubt fall in love with it too! Anna invited Lotta Agaton and Kristofer Johnsson in to capture it for Residence magazine. Enjoy the tour!

The bumling pendant (call me immature but I can’t help smile at the name – everytime, how about you?!) in brass definitely takes centre stage in the kitchen. There are always second-hand ones available here.

 The sitting room reads like a ‘who’s who’ of fabulous design classics – with the most unbelievably comfortable Eames lounge chair and ottoman beside a Bollo Lounge chair.  

Book lovers rejoice! I’ve said it already in the introduction, but just how wonderful are these floor to ceiling shelves bursting with books?! The Elfa bookshelf system is perfect for creating this effect. 
The tea trolley – possibly my favourite piece by Artek (and the black version too, love it!) looks great next to the Panthella Floor lamp.

A Swedish Kakelugn in the corner of the bedroom adds a decorative touch (and if in working condition – a lot of warmth!) to the bedroom. An Eames rocker is can be seen just in front (ready to act as the perfect chairdrobe?).
What a fabulous space?! The architect is simply stunning too. Imagine having ceilings as high as this?! 
Thank you so much to Lotta for the kind permission to share these lovely photos from her portfolio  – and to Coco Lapine – through whom I discovered this space! 
You can see more of Lottas lovely work here
Have a happy start to the week all!
Credits: Interior design Lotta Agaton Interiors. Photography Kristofer Johnsson.