Remember Lotta Agaton – renowned Swedish interior designer and the woman behind THAT dark interior trend a few years back? Well, her latest home in a former factory went on the market this week – and sold in the blink of an eye! Located in Kungsholmen, Stockholm, the apartment has a far lighter look than the cocoon-like aesthetic she rocked in her previous apartment and is awash with earthy tones, natural materials and layers of luscious of texture. Keep an eye out for the statement art, sculptures and fabulous lighting as well as the solid oak Tre Sekel kitchen and custom-made sink! Loving the outdoor space too!  

If you’re looking for inspiration for your backyard, this last picture is great! Talk about moving life outdoors (which is key right now as we do our best to social distance!). Love the layout, sofas and table, but most of all the lighting! 
All in all, a beautiful space, little wonder it was snapped up so quickly!
Is there anything that stands out to you? 
Other beautiful Stockholm homes to feel inspired by this weekend: 
By the way, I have exciting news for anyone looking for gorgeously soft linen bedding (seen in Liv’s bedroom), easter table linen etc! Swedish brand Lovely Linen are offering 20% off with code ‘myscandinavianhome’ in their online shop until 21st March – and they ship worldwide! 
Right folks, that’s it from me this week. I don’t know about you, but I’m SO ready for a lie-in. The weather is set to be terrible here in Southern Sweden which I’m seeing as a perfect opportunity for an extremely last, relaxing weekend! I hope you have some great plans – or like me, get the R&R you need! 
Vi ses på Måndag (see you Monday!). 
Niki
Photography courtesy of Per Jansson with thanks. Design By Lotta Agaton

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Remember Lotta Agaton – renowned Swedish interior designer and the woman behind THAT dark interior trend a few years back? Well, her latest home in a former factory went on the market this week – and sold in the blink of an eye! Located in Kungsholmen, Stockholm, the apartment has a far lighter look than the cocoon-like aesthetic she rocked in her previous apartment and is awash with earthy tones, natural materials and layers of luscious of texture. Keep an eye out for the statement art, sculptures and fabulous lighting as well as the solid oak Tre Sekel kitchen and custom-made sink! Loving the outdoor space too!  

If you’re looking for inspiration for your backyard, this last picture is great! Talk about moving life outdoors (which is key right now as we do our best to social distance!). Love the layout, sofas and table, but most of all the lighting! 
All in all, a beautiful space, little wonder it was snapped up so quickly!
Is there anything that stands out to you? 
Other beautiful Stockholm homes to feel inspired by this weekend: 
By the way, I have exciting news for anyone looking for gorgeously soft linen bedding (seen in Liv’s bedroom), easter table linen etc! Swedish brand Lovely Linen are offering 20% off with code ‘myscandinavianhome’ in their online shop until 21st March – and they ship worldwide! 
Right folks, that’s it from me this week. I don’t know about you, but I’m SO ready for a lie-in. The weather is set to be terrible here in Southern Sweden which I’m seeing as a perfect opportunity for an extremely last, relaxing weekend! I hope you have some great plans – or like me, get the R&R you need! 
Vi ses på Måndag (see you Monday!). 
Niki
Photography courtesy of Per Jansson with thanks. Design By Lotta Agaton










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