Thursday, 10 March 2016


This time of the year I am really longing to go to our retreat in the Stockholm Archipelago. The calmness, the solitude and the natural beauty. The interior design has really hold considering it was done nearly ten years ago. The whitewashed Dinesen floors, the Furninova sofa and the green accessories. Photo, Magnus Anesund. 

The cowskin was bought at Bolia and little did I know then that in the market place in my home town they were selling even more beautiful cow skins at a much better price (around £150) I later got one for my sister who was inspired by this room when she redecorated her livingroom at home. Photo Magnus Anesund.
The armchair was a gift from a friend over twenty years ago and we had it reupholstered a couple of years ago with sheepskin. It turned out that the cute armchair was designed in 1938 by the danish architect and designer Viggo Mortensen. Photo Magnus Anesund.

Market Place in Chipping Campden(The Cotswolds UK) turnes into a cow skin market on Sundays. Local skins to very good prices. Photo Ann-Katrin Berggren

This sofa with cushions in pastels were shown this February at Stockholm Furniture Fair. Made me think of my own house! Photo Ann-Katrin Berggren.

Small sofa and armchair in sheep skin, also shown at Stockholm Furniture Fair this February! Photo Ann-Katrin Berggren.

These wall clocks would fit in perfectly, Hay. Photo Ann-Katrin Berggren.

And finally, the new range, "Viktigt" by Ingegerd Råman & Co for Ikea is simple and absolutely stunning. The whole collection, from furniture to tableware, was designed as if it was for my house! Photo Ann-Katrin Berggren.

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