I've been traveling to Scandinavia so often recently that I feel like I've caught that Scandinavian interior design virus. You know, that rather black and white styling attitude, the use of graphic patterns, wood and leather elements, the inclusion of home plants - well, no wonder today's eye-catching room is a detail shot of Lotta Agaton's Stockholm home. The renown stylist is a sort of Scandinavian styling icon and her home is probably her best business card. Even this little corner has so much to tell:
- Black & White Styling: The balanced use of black and white elements in this interior set the perfect visual framing for any further styling.
- Indoor Plants: The generous use of indoor plants revives the interior - it freshens up the monochrome setting and brings the nature into the home.
- Natural Light: Scandinavian homes seem to be blessed with an abundance of natural light - high and numerous windows let in the maximum of natural light in a part of the world where light can get scarce during wintertime.
How do you like this little corner? You can see more of Lotta Agatons's home on Emmas Designblogg.