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Stockholm flat to sell

If you’re looking to buy a gorgeous, stylish flat in Stockholm, you’re in luck, I found you one….No seriously, it has been a while since I did a house tour but I couldn’t resist Lotta Agaton’s home now on the market, because I think a lot of inspiration for final touches can be drawn from these room shots.
Typical of scandinavian homes (which we all love, don’t we!?), Lotta’s place is looking very welcoming, light and airy and very graphic too!
Lots of B&W prints from Therese and black home accessories….a black rubber vase on a white coffee table, a white floor-standing light next to a dark sofa. A bit of nature with a few green ceramic vases like these mixed with soft wood vessels…and a set of Hans Wegner wishbone chairs
My top favourite details:
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the narrow shelf in the lounge displaying prints and big letters adding a creative 3-Dimension to the wall
* the two prints in the kitchen…simple and almost soothing
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the big numbers on each side of the doorframe. Yes corridors are often boring and these numbers give a positive visual kick to the wall
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the big EAT letters in the kitchen (as per above).









Si vous cherchez a acheter un bel appartement a Stockholm, vous avez de la chance, je vous en ai trouve un! Non serieusement, cela faisait longtemps que je n’avais fait un house tour et je n’ai pu resister celui de Lotta Agaton qui est maintenant a vendre parce que je pense qu’une mine d’inspiration peut etre tiree de ces photos.
Typique des maisons de Scandinavie (que nous adorons tous, n’est ce pas!?), l’appart de Lotta est tres accueillant, lumieux et a la fois tres graphique!
Beaucoup d’illustrations en Noir & Blanc de Therese et des objets de deco noir ….un vase en caoutchouc noir sur une table basse blanche, une grande lampe blanche pres d’un canape noir. Des coins plus nature avec des vases en ceramique comme ceux-ci regroupes avec des vessels en bois…et un jeu de chaises Wishbone de Hans Wegner
Mes details preferes:
* l’etagere etroite dans le salon qui melange illustrations et grosses lettres donnant une dimension 3-D creative a ce mur blanc
* les deux illustrations dans la cuisine…simples et presque calmantes
* les gros chiffres qui encadre le pas de porte. Oui les couloirs sont souvent ennuyeux et ces chiffres donne un touche energetique au mur
* les grosses lettres EAT dans la cuisine (voir ci-dessus).
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13 Comments

  1. I agree with you on all of it. I love the big print over the dining table, the well-worn poufs and the throws, too.

  2. Such a great home, and these big rooms – love it! But it is impossible for me to make a deciscion: do I more like white walls or dark colored walls? hm….
    Wish you an inspiring day today! Sunny greetings, geisslein

  3. Anonymous says

    Does anyone know where I can find that plant stand that’s next to the computer?

  4. @Anonymous

    Actually I have the answer for you…
    The planter by her desk is a prototype by Thomas Sandell for swedish Asplund that never went into production.

  5. I just don’t know how it works cognitively but this interior (at least on the photos) makes me feel… calm, complete and so interested how this works on my mind! I absolutely adore the white wooden floor, especially when you can see the picture of the wood. I wonder if I got the same feeling if I were IN this appartment. It’s been a while so probably it’s already sold. I am so curious if the new owner changed much!

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