Get The Look: The Home Of Swedish Interior Designer Lotta Agaton – The Ikea Way

By Catherine

If you've been reading Nordic Design for some time now, you probably know that I am a huge fan of Lotta Agaton. I've shared the Swedish interior designer's work more than any other on this platform, and chances are you probably like her signature style, too.

You've peeked inside her home when it was all bright and airy back in 2013. You've also seen it when it was dark and cocoon-like a few years ago. More recently, we've seen a snapshot of her Stockholm residence in the New York Times (above), captured by Erik Lefvander.

No matter the look, it is always elegant and curated yet cozy, inviting and unpretentious. To me, Lotta's style is the epitome of cool Scandi-chic.

I thought it would fun to try to recreate the look of her current home with only Ikea products, and see if I could pull it off - I love a good challenge! Plus, with the pandemic still going on, most household budgets have been impacted, and many of us don't have a lot to spare for decoration. But I strongly believe that style isn't something that has to have a hefty price tag and that we all deserve to have a beautiful home we love.

So if you've been dreaming of having an interior à la Lotta Agaton, here is your chance!

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