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A cosy cocoon-like Swedish home

As the days get darker and colder here in Sweden it's tempting to stay indoors, light candles and cocoon yourself in a jumble of soft blankets (I'm thinking this one!). Although dark interiors might not be for everyone, there's no denying that the elegant home of Swedish stylist Lotta Agaton evokes the feeling of a cosiness with it's grey walls and ceilings and layers of soft textures. I could quite easily curl up here for the day and read books and magazines - how about you?!









Credits: home-owner / stylist Lotta Agaton. Photography Pia Ulin

This apartment is just so incredibly striking, trust Lotta Agaton to create such a beautiful space (her last home was pretty great too!)! And full credits to photographer Pia Ulin for capturing it so beautifully too!

Is this your kind of style?

A few items I know and love from Lotta's home: Molecular light (although not featured, I also love this table lamp!). Kaare klint safari chair. Brown sheepskin throw. The rug in the hallway looks like a Gan.

For a similar wall colour try Farrow & Ball dark hues. And there's a whole archive dedicated to 'decorating with grey' here.

If you came here looking for Christmas inspiration try here (there'll be more festive posts to follow this week too!).

Have a wonderful day! 

PS it's the last day to enter to win a poster of your choice from Korkartellet - hurry



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  1. Hello! Nice! Do you happen to know the name and designer/brand of the 3 legged wooden desktopchair?
    Thanks!

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    1. I recognise it but can't for the life of me remember where from, hmmmm....hopefully someone else can help?

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