Pictures by Pia Ulin.
INTERIOR DESIGN. Ok, how amazing is swedish interior stylist Lotta Agatons home? I could move in right this second! Love the mix of textures, the combination of new and vintage pieces, the black & white + the splashes of green from all the lush plants. More pictures below!
Martinique banana leaf wallpaper via Elle Decor
BANANAS. Lately I’ve been completely obsessed with jungle prints and in particular Hinson’s Martinique print pictured above. It originated in 1942 as a wallpaper in the iconic Beverly Hills hotel and has since reached somewhat of a cult status among celebrities and interior design junkies. I dream of using it in my livingroom (love the bold statement it makes in Nate Berkus + Brian Attwood’s place above!) or to spice up a bathroom (see below), but until then these stunning Martinique inspired pillows I bought last week will do the trick!
BEDROOM. Besides fashion, interior design is one of my biggest passions and right now Iâ€™m in the midst of planning a redecoration of our bedroom (the results of being sick for a couple of days I guess, hehe). As you might have seen, we have this amazing floral wallpaper that I wouldnâ€™t dream of removing, but small updates like changing the bedding, nightstands, bedlamps and adding some new accessories can make a huge difference as well. Iâ€™ll try to post some before/after pictures when Iâ€™m done, in the meantime, some inspiration:
Pictures, The Selby
MONDAY. Oh how I wish I could escape into Helena Christensen’s amazing world for a day or two, loving the bohemian vibe of her place! And also, it makes me miss my apartment in Stockholm so much..
Btw, So sorry about the lack of updates lately. I’ve been in bed for a week with a horrible flu and when I finally started to feel better ,
my boyfriend got sick! On the bright side, at least we’re getting to spend a lot of time with each other