I’ve got quite a treat for fans of Scandinavian interiors today!
The home of Swedish interior designer extraordinaire Lotta Agaton is for sale, and this gives us the chance to tour her fantastic apartment.
We’ve had a peek in 2019, when Agaton was featured in the New York Times, but it just left us wanting to see more.
So you can guess how excited I am to kick start the week with a full tour of her Stockholm home!
Let’s take a look around, shall we?
It’s no surprise that Agaton’s home is quite a sight to see and bears her refined signature style.
Located in an old factory, the apartment has character and interesting features from the get-go. It was completely renovated and modernized, but the high ceiling and XL steel-framed windows are a nod to the industrial history of the place.
The sophisticated interior is sleek, elegant pared-down yet exquisite. It is carefully curated with an enviable collection of designer furniture, lighting fixtures and accessories.
Agaton chose a timeless monochrome palette and played with materials and shapes to prevent the look from falling flat.
The solid oak kitchen, designed by Tre Sekel, is absolutely gorgeous, with its sleek likes and timeless elegance.
The beige marble with a custom, built-in sink was imported from Italy. High-end appliances and faucet add to the luxurious look and feel.
Notice also the table lamp and artwork on one side of the kitchen – Notice how they make the cabinets look like a sideboard; blending them, rather than making them stand out – A great idea to steal for an open plan layout.
The palette of creams and whites makes for a serene atmosphere in both the bathroom and bedroom. A hint of black provides just enough contrast. Lots of textures bring warmth while creating a soft, inviting look.
Here too, sculptural pieces and details were favored, from the Atollo lamp and Pascal floor lamp, both from Oluce, to the Androgyne site table, clawfoot tub, floor mirror, and the small portable Bellhop table lamp.
The apartment also boasts a spacious terrace with lots of greenery. Agaton’s signature tone on tone style is even carried all the way outside.
And if you’re curious, the floor plan is below:
Isn’t it gorgeous?
I’m ready to move in!
Photos: Per Jansson