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The incredible monochrome home of Therese Sennerholt

One of the wonderful things about editing an interior design blog is that I get to look at beautiful homes everyday in the name of work (at least that's what I tell my husband when he catches me on Pinterest again!).And every once in a while I come across a home which takes my breath away. This is one of the them. You may have seen it before but hey, you can't tire of a space like this! It's the home of Swedish art director /typographer Therese Sennerholt. I am a great fan of her work and own several of her prints. Her home really reflects her work in terms of colour (black and white) and style.













Therese Sennerholt / Styling: Lotta Agaton / Photo: Kristofer Johnsson via Design Studio 210

Beautiful! What are your thoughts?



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  1. So beautiful and harmonious atmosphere! I really like!

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  2. love, love the black and white. so graphic and bold. but, I also love the little touches of brown throughout the home that make it a little warmer.

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  3. I can only agree with you, this is a beautiful and serene home! Thanks for sharing! (and don't we all just love Pinterest, it's like theraphy!) xo Caroline

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  4. Hmmm...I guess I need some spelling THERAPY:)

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  5. Beautiful, this remind me the Lotta Agaton´s house

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  6. Oh my, this is how I want to live.. :)
    Beautiful!

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  7. This entire home is stunning - I particularly love the dining room! I had to restrain myself from pinning the whole post!

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  8. I've been there in person, it's such a peaceful place!

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  9. Stunning place ! Do you know who is the couple dressed in black on the beautiful b&w portrait photography ?

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