From the pages of Elle Interior Sweden, a beautiful home styled by interiors designer Emma Persson Lagerberg and photographed by Petra Bindel.
Fancy ceiling paintings and stucco in combination with owners Sara Hellgren and Julius Andersson fastidious but personal furnishings give an apartment that is unlike any other.
In the master bedroom, which is the smallest of the three rooms, the old shoe boxes moonlighting as a bedside table and a thin curtain screens softly into the daylight. The lamp is from Ikea and the white nightstand from Maison Martin Margiela.
The spacious kitchen has its own exit to the farm, even though the apartment is on the second floor. The kitchen table came with the purchase of Julius’s last apartment. Stools from Ikea and wooden chair by Piet Hein Eek. The red lights are nagged to Sara for a cheap price of a market vendor in Hong Kong
The large living room floods almost over the amazing details: painted ceilings, parquet and star apartment’s beautiful tiled stove. The sofas are Sara and Julius respective first möbelköp. The black sofa bought Sara in a flea market, it is originally from NK in the fifties, and the gray couch bought Julius when he left home. Even the coffee table is a flea market Bargain.