Stunning Classical Scandinavian Apartments

The home of Stockholm's glamorous fashion queen Nathalie Shuterman.

There is nothing like a stunning turn of the century classical Scandinavian Apartment,  with its high ceilings, big windows, tiled stoves, intricate moulding and plasterwork. I have compiled some of my recent favourites. Many of them are not quite the minimalism that you come to expect of Scandinavian interiors, with dramatic and glamorous rooms, and […]

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A study in harmony-Duivenvoorden home.

A vignette graces the Lyon table from Artilleriet.

Christian  Duivenvoorden is the founder of the fabulous Interior Boutique Artilleriet in Gothenburg. The home he shares with his husband Björn in a Jugend style (Art Nouveau) former organ factory in Gothenburg is a harmonious haven filled with beautiful things amid Farrow & Ball’s poetic pallette. There is a very warm and organic feel to this […]

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Dubai the Pearl of the Emirates.

This bustling, modern, gleaming metropolis with skyscrapers rubbing shoulders side by side is a far cry from the quiet fishing village and pearl diving centre it once was not too long ago. There is a bit of the old Dubai left in the historical Al Fahidi (Al Bastakiya) quarter, which was restored in the eighties […]

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Swedish Style in Brooklyn

Pia Ulin's home in Brooklyn.

Swedish Lifestyle and Interiors Photographer Pia Ulin has New York as her home base with a summer home in Sweden, while she travels on photography assignments all over the world. The 100sqm home in a former industrial building turned into apartments has high ceilings and lots of light streaming through the large windows. Pia’s love for monochrome […]

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Compact Living Swedish Style.

When choosing to live in the city, we gave up generous living space for a more compact living. The convenience of being able to walk everywhere and have so much life around us, especially in those long dark winter months, being able to do things more spontaneously, mattered much more to us than having a larger […]

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Celebrating one year of creative fun.

As February comes to an end, I think it is only fitting that I should celebrate my one year anniversary of blogging with a post dedicated to all the creative and immensely inspiring people I have had the opportunity to interview. I have enjoyed blogging on my travels and different events in Stockholm, but the interviews have […]

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3 days in Rome

The Borghese Gardens in the evening sunset glow.

It is easy to fall in love with Rome, and for me, every visit is like the first time. There is history lurking in every corner, and so much to discover of the city’s rich cultural heritage. Sometimes it even feels quite surreal, like one was walking onto a film set, and then there’s the […]

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