I first saw Lina Kanstrup's work when Swedish brand String released the pictures of the set design course hold by Lotta Agaton at Beckmans College of Design in Stockholm. As probably most of you already know, Lotta is the set designer of the Scandinavian rand. During the course, her students where asked to style a String Pocket: the results where 22 great inspiring ways to rethink the iconic Scandinavian design. My favourite of all was the styling you see here by Lina, for the great tones and the light touch of irony (that octopus..not repeatable at home but so great!).
I then started following Lina's Instagram account, a collection of beautiful images of her life and home. Her talented could not possibly go unnoticed: more recently, Lina has joined the blogging team of the interior design magazine Residence where she keeps inspiring with some beautiful images, like those you see here.


All images Lina Kanstrup.



  1. Love Linas work, she is inspiring. Thanks for sharing Elena. Hug.

  2. Hello,
    Very nice!
    I'm looking for the colour code of the grey walls of the bedroom?

    Thx a lot

    1. I guess the best is to write directly to Lina: you can find the link to her blog in the post. : )