Get the Look: A Warm and Minimal Dining Room by Sundling Kickén

, , , , , , By Catherine Lazure-Guinard

I just came across this stylish dining room by Sundling Kickén, the rising Swedish design duo. The style is uncomplicated and simple, yet refined, with a minimal, pared down palette of black and whites, with accents in shades of beige to warm up the look. A few reflective surfaces – glass and stainless steel – add interest, and so does the textured artwork by Anette Hallback. A serene vibe emanates from this room.

My eyes were browsing each and every details… and I realized this is a style that can easily be recreated at home. So I’ve made a list of items that can help you achieve this  lovely interior.

All source after the jump.

  1. Bottle neck vase, Aufora
  2. My Residence magazine
  3. Handmade ceramic plates, Skandihus
  4. Artwork, Anette Hallback
  5. Wishbone chair, Carl Hansen
  6. Atollo glass lamp, Oluce
  7. Kraft paper box, Paperchase
  8. Flora stainless steel vase, Georg Jensen
  9. Book, Kinfolk Home
  10. Collection bowl by Alvar Aalto, Iittala
  11. Eket cabinet, Ikea
  12. Candlesticks, Ikea
  13. Book, ‘Picasso Scuplture’ (2015), MoMA
  14. Thrown Raku tea bowl, Anne Junsjö
  15. Glass paperweight, & Other Stories
  16. Table, Kartell
  17. Notebook, Paperchase
  18. Small footed bowl, Sophie Conran

 

 

Styling: Sundling Kickén

Photo: Osman Tahir

 

* Disclaimer: This post contains a few affiliate links, meaning that I might make a dollar or two if you decide to purcahse the item. 

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