Moody tones

This uber stylish one-bedroom apartment in Stockholm is truly a sight for sore eyes! The colour palette throughout this home has been carefully considered to achieve a cohesive and calm look.

Painting the wood works (such as skirting, window and door frames) is something we've seeing more and more of lately. Going for one or two tones darker than the walls gives a cosy feel and really shows off those beautiful period details.

We are particularly in love with the bedroom in this home, the brass head board is extraordinary and the woven bench sitting in front of the bed is right on trend for 2018.

What's your favourite part of this home?

Photography: Fredric Boukari Styling: Now Interior Design for Historiska Hem

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Artilleriet pop up apartment - Get the look

If you want to get the look of the stunning Artilleriet pop up in our previous post, check out our top picks below!

Velvet armchair Att Pynta // Large black vase Habitat // Small green vase Att Pynta // Marble table lamp Flos // Large plant IKEA // Belladonna rattan sofa Att Pynta // Amber yellow ottoman Att Pynta // Candle stick Klong // Pink velvet cushion Att Pynta // Rust red candlestick Att Pynta // Cross wool rug Att Pynta

The dream home

When our favourite Swedish interior shop, Artilleriet, turned 5 years old in 2016 they celebrated with an amazing exhibition in form of a pop up apartment. The apartment was stunningly decorated showcasing items from their shop. Even though this was almost 2 years ago this is an installation that keeps on inspiring us!

We love the styling and the mix of colourful tactile velvets, prints, rattan and moroccan rugs - and of course all the amazing plants!

The rattan sofa, The Belladonna, is a piece we sell via Att Pynta, it is one of our favourite new items and it looks absolutely stunning in this setting!

Images: Artilleriet

Pale Pastels

When we heard that the home of interiors photographer Andrea Papini was up for sale we couldn't wait to take a peek inside! The home is tastefully decorated in neutral and pastel tones with furnishings in untreated wood and linen, this teamed with some lovely vintage pieces. Two thumbs up!

Images via Bjurfors, click here to see more


We couldn't help but share some snaps from this dreamy apartment, home to Swedish TV-producer Johan Pråmell and his partner. We love the muted and serene colours, creating a calm and sophisticated look. Take a peek at the full home tour here

Photo: Kristofer Johnson
Styling: Anna Leena Leino Karlsson
for Residence

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The Rattan Icons collection

We are so excited to just have launched some new beautiful rattan pieces over on Att Pynta part of our Rattan Icons collection.

They are original designs from some of Europe´s most skilled and important designers, re-issued and brought back to life by Danish design house Sika design. Some of our favourites include the Fox chair by Viggo Boesen, The Belladonna sofa by Franco Albini and the Nanny rocking chair by Nanna Ditzel.

You can read more about the designers and the history of these heritage pieces here

today's detail

Rattan and mustard yellow dream combo

Images source: Pinterest