I decided to dust off this article from the archive, and share it again with you today. Simply because it hasn’t left my mind since publishing it back in 2016. Indeed, this place is just striking. Plus, I had the chance to recently find a few pictures to add to the tour, showing you vignettes, the bathroom, and different angles of this superb apartment.
Moreover, this is the (former) Stockholm home of stylist Lotta Agaton, which is enough to get you pretty excited. Her fantastic signature style shines through, in this beautiful, dark, moody and cocoon-like interior. It is bold and daring, and should convince you that this color scheme can be warm and cozy.
It is very different than her previous home we’ve featured before, which was all white and bright.
Lotta definitely has a knack for displaying accessories and decorative accents in a relaxed, casual and seemingly effortless way. Her home is inviting and elegant, and the look is considered, personal and unique – Can I move in?
Get the look:
- Spanish chairs from Fredericia
- Long hair sheepskins
- Bistro chairs by Thonet
- Ilse candleholder from Georg Jensen
- Pallo vase from Skruf Glassworks
- Space chair by Faye Toogood
- Sofa from B&B Italia
- Rug by Patricia Urquiola
+ The entire apartment is painted in “Vallmofrö” from Norwegian paint manufacturer Jotun.
Lotta is clearly a fan of designer lamps! Here are some I spotted in here:
- Taccia lamp from Flos
- Atollo glass lamp from Oluce
- Toio floor lamp from flos
- Clip-on Tolomeo Pinza lamp from Artemide
- Pipistrello lamp from Martinelli Luce
- Snoopy table lamp from Flos
- Lampe Gras by DCW Editions
- Luminator floor lamp from Flos
- 265 wall lamp by Flos
A pretty enviable collection, am I right?
If you like this type of interior, have a look at this place.
Make sure also to follow Lotta Agaton Interiors on Instagram.
P.S. I will launch my latest collection of original paintings very soon! If you'd like to find out more, get on my waitlist and I’ll send you a sneak peek soon.