The view

The view from the next apartment I´m decorating for JM (from my Instagram). Not bad, not bad at all. #wishlist

 

Interior decoration in a new suit

mjölnaren 1 mjölnaren 2 mjölnaren 3mjölnaren 4Decorating in a completely new space with no history in the walls to lean back on is both challenging but also very fun as it really takes a lot to make it feel cosy and to show the full potential of what you can actually do in a space like that. It´s a clean start and you have all opportunities to make something starting with colors and going through the whole space with the idea you have created. I´ve had the pleasure of decorating two apartments for JM before (you can see them here and here) and am just about to start my third project. The apartment in these pictures is decorated by Marie Ramse who I have had the pleasure to work with when working for JM. If you only new how many apartments she has decorated and how many similar projects she has got going at the same time, it´s very impressive! And with that task to still find new ideas and a personality to every single project, it´s really so well done and very inspiring. You can see more of Marie´s work here.

Styling by Marie Ramse, photo: Sara Danielsson. Styling assistant: Jenny Martinsson 

In Harlem

nina 1 nina 2 nina 5 nina 6 nina 7 nina 8 nina 3 nina 4These pictures are not new but I don´t think I´ve ever shown them and was reminded of Swedes in NY when Director Johan Renck is now selling his flat (see pics here). This is (or at least was) the home of singer Nina Persson in Harlem, NY, and I still find it very inspiring.

Via Elle Decoration with thanks. Styling: Emma Persson Lagerberg, photo: Petra Bindel.