Swedish designer Pella Hedeby is particularly talented when it comes to creating an earthy, tone on tone look, and her signature style is exemplified in this beautiful apartment in Uppsala, north of Stockholm.
True to her Scandinavian roots, she brings the outside in by layering natural materials like stone, wood, jute, and linen, with a palette consisting of warm neutrals, like grey, cream, sand, brown, and a hint of green.
Using such a restrained color scheme has a unifying effect, and creates a harmonious and serene atmosphere. The look is sophisticated, yet inviting and comfortable.
The home was carefully furnished with timeless pieces that are easy to live with and versatile, as well as lovely, simple details.
Hedeby’s go-to items for her projects are a large rice paper pendant, like this one, as well as a sisal rug, a CH25 lounge chair, a Crinkle plaid, a Daphine table lamp by Lumina, and a sculptural bowl by John Pawson.
If you like this style, take a peek at Hedeby’s private home.
Styling: Pella Hedeby