Located by the Ulriksdals castle in Solna, north of Stockholm, Restaurant Emmer underwent a recent makeover. It was quite a task, considering the building is from 1868 and it is protected by the National Heritage Board of Sweden. Strict rules exist, such as a pre-defined color palette, and not a single nail can be hammered on the property’s walls.
Lotta Agaton Interiors was enlisted for the project and successfully rose to the challenge. She embraced nature-inspired hues and materials, which is perfectly suited for a restaurant whose core concept is sustainability.
The new interior is elegant yet relaxed and unpretentious. I am loving the shades greyish green combined with a warm white, sisal, linen, white marble and natural oak. Most of the furniture was created by Lotta Agaton Interiors in collaboration with local joiners K.F.K. Snickeri.
Scroll all the way down to see a few ‘before’ pictures.
And below are pictures of what Restaurant Emmers used to look like before the transformation:
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