Nanna Stock

I first saw Nanna Stock's home in Elle Interior Sweden in 2011: her kitchen captured my attention immediately, with that wall made of white square tiles with contrast grout, few wooden shelves and the big flap clock. The space was so inspiring it has been popping up in interest and blogs since that moment and looks like it won't stop, especially now that the Swedish magazine has published in their website a second photo shooting by Marcus Lawett. The wall in the living room has been painted in dark grey and covered with sparring rails and white shelves that I love ( I used the same shelving system to organize our cds at home). The place is decorated with lots of flea market find, contemporary artworks and classic design pieces, such as the Asplund table in the dining room being the last purchase but you can also recognize the Tolomeo Terra floor lamp by Fassina and De Lucchi for Artemide, a Thonet chair whereas the white ones are those designed by Sandell for Asplund and many others. It's worthy to say that DIY projects have been carried out,too: the master  bedroom headboard is actually a MDF board covered with grey linen. 

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