Meet photographer Sanna Lindberg

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These images are from Sanna Lindberg‘s work. She is a Stockholm based photographer who has lived several years in Paris and Tokyo, specialized in interiors, food, portraits and travel. Check out her fantastic portfolio at AgentMolly too.

What I like about this apartment is the dark herringbone flooring, dark glass cabinet, dark chairs in their living and still having the feeling of a light flooded space with a certain Scandi vibe. I know, Scandi style starts becoming a true cliché and I am happy to observe a little more eclectic approach here with the blue velvet headboard and the sun brass mirror.

How about some extra inspiration?

10 Responses

  1. Lámparas globo muy japos, espejo sol,las esculturas de Jaime Hayon, los móbiles en formato flor,…, no parece una casa sueca!
    Me mola el riesgo y las mezclas!

    Un abrazo!!

    ene

    1. Lo sé por eso lo publiqué para salir un poco del tópico todo lo escandinavo ha de ser blanco y negro con un toque cálido de madera.

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