Images and info via Cate St Hill with thanks.
One more beauty in Barcelona, Spain by Francesc Rifé Studio.
In the current issue of Residence Magazine this piece is out that I did together with photographer Erik Lefvander as my last job before heading on summer holiday. It´s the home of architect Johnny Andersson of Jordens Arkitekter (who also did this amazing space by the way). Some behind the scenes from the shoot – when picking up all the props I the whole time heard that my car engine did not sound as it use to. I barely got out of there with a fully packed car and just as I parked next to our house it died…Luckily after the shoot and not before. And for the image with the jeans hanging on that wall, I really wanted an extra pair and there where none available. So I want to say an extra thanks to photographer Erik that took one for the team taking this pic with no pants on and offering the best laugh of the day!
You can see more images here.
Above: Before. Below: Now. Sure did like the above styling more, especially that they have used the marble shelf as a display of pretty things. Do you recognize the top image of this kitchen? Maybe it has been in your Pinterest file just like in mine for a long while now?
The apartment it belongs to is now out for sale again and pic 2-5 holds how it currently looks. The first image – the older one- is also in one of my mood boards for a client where we are re-decorating the whole kitchen. I really like the open space where you can have a big dining table. Also the dark cabinets combined with the marble shelf and tiles, and best of all the little marble shelf that you can use like in pic 1.
You can see the whole apartment here.
My third project for JM is now up on the Hitta Hem blog and here some pieces of that. This time an apartment in Lidingö (just outside of Stockholm) with an incredible view. You can´t really see it in the pictures but if you are following me on Instagram this place was heavily featured while working there so then you know. There is a big terrace and it really feels like standing on the water while being there and the sun literally hits it from sunrise to sunset. I´ve seen the most incredible examples of both while setting the interior. I really wanted the result to stay calm and not to take over the whole impression as the view and experience of being in the apartment is so powerful in itself. So a little less colour and things than usual for me and more of a clean slate for the future owner to work from. Many thanks to JM and as always to the very best Marie Ramse and Stefan for being by my side, helping me out and saving me during late nights. And to Kristofer for once again having the patience with – this time – super strong daylight and still making it look so good. I hope you like it. Ax
Pics via Entrance.