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I´m personally not a fan of having my desk in our bedroom (I used to have it that way and had trouble relaxing while seeing the piles of work when going to bed at night). But if I where to have a work space in the bedroom again these images felt very inspiring. Also great for a smaller space.
No surprise there is a stylist living in this apartment. This is the home of interior stylist Elin Kickén , 1/2 of very talented stylist duo SundlingKickén with impeccable taste. Don´t miss out on their blog either, it´s a daily read for me. Inspiring interviews, monochrome deco in featured color scheme, products to wish for and images from their work. You can find it here.
Photo by Mikael Lundblad.
And the winds continue this way as well. Sophisticated interiors in mixed whites along with darker wood, fine art and pieces, dried natural flowers and branches & heavy curtains from ceiling to floor.
For sale right now here.
When working with curtains and how to hang those I always go as high up to the ceiling as possible and preferably also use rails that you can´t even see when the curtains are closed. The typical hotel curtain look if you know what I mean. For the passed months I´ve been more and more intrigued by using black rails instead and letting them become a part of the installation. The apartment featured here is a great example of that. It adds character to the room and I really like seeing not only the same solution everywhere. What do you think, do you like it? Had to put some non-curtain images of the kitchen in there as well as it looked so nice.
If you are interested in trying a similar solution you can for example find it at for example Artilleriet or at Ikea.. And to see the rest of this overall inspiring apartment for sale you can find it here.