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Confident, creative and colorful – That’s what comes to mind when looking at the pictures of Henrietta Fromholtz’s home in Sweden. She created a beautiful interior with an interesting and eclectic mix. The place is definitely unique, inviting and jolly.
Here are three things that are worth emphasizing and remembering:
- She is not afraid to combine different types of frames and art styles. That gallery wall is fab!
- Notice how she chose some of her home accessories based on colors found in the prints. This is a great tip to create a cohesive look. Don’t start overdoing it though, or your space will look overly coordinated.
- The best way to create an authentic home is to carefully pick objects that you truly love; not because they are trendy. The picture with the sideboard (third below) is a great example of a genuine, personal style: Vintage furniture, contemporary art, head bust sculptures from different eras, a lightbox, a salt lamp, a checkered rug… It all works well together, and surely reflects Henrietta’s multifaceted personality.
I discovered Henrietta’s work while exploring the assortment of Wall of Art, a fairly new online shop selling beautiful prints. It is also where I found an exclusive peek inside the artist’s home.
You can shop the prints seen in Henrietta’s home here.