At home with ceramic artist Doriana de Petris.
You might already follow these two but if not I´m going to give you some proper garden inspiration. I just love what they have done and wouldn’t mind at all spending mornings, days and nights in these spots. First three out, Daniella Witte´s amazing terrace and then the garden of Kristin Lagerqvist of Krickelin, also with her unique touch.
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.
I don´t think I ever posted these images once they where released so for the ones who have not yet seen them you are really in for a treat. This is the home of super talented interior designer Louise Liljencrantz. So stylish, beautiful and serene. Perfectly captured by one of my favorite photographers to work with, Erik Lefvander.
Via Est Living with thanks.
The weekend home of interior designer Kelly Wearstler is as bold her designs. Situated in Malibu, California with incredible views over the Pacific Ocean this place is really something extra. When in LA the last time I visited Kelly Wearstler´s flagship boutique on 8440 Melrose Avenue and I spent a really long time in there just amazed by all of her designs. Often it´s far from what my imagination would even come up with and there where so many objects that I just fell in love with and wanted to take home. In addition, the staff in her store where so lovely and interesting to talk to. Don´t miss out if in LA.
One of the most fun jobs of 2016, at home with Fashion Director of Café Magazine, Daniel Lindström. We actually had to postpone the job with weeks as we where shooting the terrace and the weather was far from what we had hoped. That´s what happens sometimes in this job but it always works out in the end anyway. Thanks so much for having us, Daniel! It was such a pleasure.