Welcome to the lovely world of Anna Kvarnström

I thought we'd celebrate the fact that it's Friiiday by entering the lovely world of Swedish photographer, interior and food stylist Anna Kvarnström. Anna is one talented lady, who also counts 'designer' among her skills (many of her own prints can be seen throughout her home in Örebro and she also creates brochures, logos and other materials for companies). I love how Anna has decorated her home using rich contrasts, beautiful patterns and interesting pieces. Let's take a tour...

Soure: All photos by Anna Kvarnström / Concept by Anna. Shared with kind permission.

*sigh* simply lovely. There's something so romantic about it, don't you think?

A few items I know and love:  workspace - artist's wooden hand, Le paper bag, Helmut Newton poster. Kitchen / dining: linen tablecloth, Skultuna candleholder and Lily candlestick, Lindform vases (love these ceramics), vintage terracotta pots. Upstairs landing - Emma Von Brömssens 'Dancing Crane' wallpaper (beautiful!). Hall - William Morris 'Seaweed Silver' wallpaper. Bedroom - 'guide to manhattan' print.

You can keep up to date with Anna's latest projects (as well as beautiful snapshots of her home) over at her blog and instagram (see you there?!). 

And before I head off and leave you to have a wonderful weekend, here's a little link love to enjoy over the next couple of days:

Just how amazing are the colours in these rooms shared by Gudy Herder (who I had the pleasure of meeting at the Amara blog awards last year - she's awesome).

15 floors that totally steal the show! 

And this blue colour blocking?! 

Where I'd like to be right now.

My latest instagram find - Swedish blogger and photographer Jaquelina Mikuta. So inspiring!

Pretty weekend hair

Mouthwatering moments: no churn ice-cream and spice-rosemary and seasalt brownies mmmmm!

Have a great couple of days!

PS Don't miss the reader offer on Sunday....


  1. Thank you so much for sharing! Her home is absolutely stunning, the perfect mix of romance and simplicity.

  2. Really beautiful. I love the shot of the kitchen sink.

    You might already know this, but the two small vases in the shot with the cup of tea for by Lindform. I bough several when I was in Sweden 7 years ago. Love them! I see them often in your posts, so they might be very popular and well-known. Just thought I'd share. :)

    1. *are by Lindform

    2. Thank you so much Kara, I didn't know this, so helpful - I've been able to update the post with the information! They are beautiful!

  3. Absolutely just love this home. :)

  4. mye fint her
    jeg er aldeles forelsket i Lindform-vasene
    har vært litt for lenge
    må nok bare ha noen slike

    fin helg til deg

    1. I've been thinking about the Lindform vases all weekend! Definitely my next investment! :) fint helg till dig!

  5. Absolutely beautiful and ah so tranquil.
    I am torn. I want the wooden hand but I have a personal policy that prohibits from purchasing Made.In.China items.

    1. I agree, it really is so tranquil. You can find wooden artist hands in many different places. I believe the Danish brand Hay sells one.

  6. I'm already liking the sound of spice rosemary seasalt brownies <3


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