It’s no secret that I’m a huge String fan, so imagine how I felt, when I found these 22 different String stylings. The talented Lotta Agaton is String’s set designer – and she also teach set design at Beckmans collage of design in Stockholm. The 22 different String stylings were completed by some of her recent students.
This is heaven for a String-addict like me. It was almost impossible to select a few of them for this post. But don’t worry, you can see the rest right here.
This print just entered the top spot on my wishlist. It’s wonderful and the statement really got to me. Two more days and then the weekend is here. Have a lovely day out there.
Source: via Lotta Agaton
I just wanted to share with you this great picture with the Ikea lamp I mentioned in this post.
This picture is part of Lotta Agaton‘s class at Beckmans. This is styled by one of her students, and it’s such a great job. I wish I had had the opportunity to take her class. I’m sure it was amazing. To see the winner and the 15 shots done by the photographer Pia Ulin, you should step on over here.
Image: Lotta Agaton
Today is the launch of Therese Sennerholt’s new collection of graphic prints. Like all the other ones this collection is full of great statements. I just feel like buying them all. The images here were shot by Pia Ulin and of course styled by Lotta Agaton.
Visit Therese’s website and shop right here.
Images: Lotta Agaton
Therese Sennerholt has done it again. She’s just an amazing artist, and I can’t wait to see what she comes up with next.
Her newest project is made in collaboration with A Carpet. Together they’ve launched a series of graphic rugs.
These really cool pictures are styled by Lotta Agaton (what an amazing job) and photographed by Pia Ulin.
Unfortunately, the rugs will only be sold at NK Interior in Stockholm.
Images: Lotta Agaton
This is as good as it gets in terms of stylish living. The apartment is in Stockholm and a perfect example of how to decorate a not so big apartment. The apartment is 103 kvm and has four rooms and a kitchen. This apartment belongs to freelance interior stylist Lotta Agaton. And the best part – it is for sale. Learn more about that right here.
Five things I love about the apartment:
– The read lips phone. This item will always have a special place in my heart. I saw it the very first time I visited London, but didn’t buy it. Then on my second visit, I walked by the shop (pure luck), and had to buy it – and so I did. I was 16 and very much in love with my new phone. And the I actually saw one in a shop in town this summer.
– All the black & white prints, especially the ones by Therese Sennerholt. I would love to own one of them.
– The mix of cheap and expensive furniture. The combination makes her apartment look like a comfy zone.
– The red room – given the fact that the rest of the apartment is in black & write, I love the way the color red is used, in what must be her daughter’s room.
– The letters and numbers all around the apartment. See how many you can find.
Images: Oscars Mäkleri