Happily Ever After: Stylist Sasa Antic

2 February 2012 0


For my Friday series ‘Happily Ever After’ I love to feature the work of amazing interior stylists, photographers or designers. Today, I’ve picked the Sweden based stylist Sasa Antic (pronounce Sasha Antich). I happened to stumble over his work a year and something ago while researching the web on interior design. I spotted his work for Ikea and loved the creative approach and playful styling of one of Ikea’s colour specials. Plus, his name draw my attention as it indicates roots in the former Yugoslavia. So one thing we have in common. 

Now, I’ve revisited his website and browsed through his styling work. I’ve selected a few inspiring photographies that I loved instantly. I like his refined colour compositions, the mix of Scandinavian style with eclectic flavors of a well-travelled man, the playful and boyish use of colour pops and accessories. Claim it on our similar ethnic roots, claim it on our similar tastes – but I’ve recognized myself in his work. Happy Friday, friends!

Photography via Sasa Antic

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  • Reply Becky - Pretty Dandy 2 February 2012 at 23:27

    There are some great uses of colour/shapes here as well as a warm, friendly approach to the interiors he has styled. I love that it’s not too sleek/minimal, but it doesn’t feel cluttered or overdone – a tricky balance to strike!


  • Reply Pinecone Camp 2 February 2012 at 23:38

    Igor, there’s so much inspiration here! Great post. I’m going to have to learn a bit more about Sasa. His work is beautiful. Have a lovely day!

  • Reply Igor Josifovic 2 February 2012 at 23:51

    Hi Becky, hi Janis! Thank you for your lovely comments. I agree with both of you – I really felt inspired while browsing through Sasa’s work – I feel like I want to shuffle things around in my own place now:-)

  • Reply tinajo 3 February 2012 at 06:46

    I love this, great mix of everything and lovely colors! 🙂

  • Reply nazli 3 February 2012 at 08:35

    Hi Igor, great find, very inspirational photographs and I loved your blog. Happy friday.

  • Reply Nordic Bliss 3 February 2012 at 10:11

    Oh Igor I love this!!! It is just beautiful. All of the pictures. SO inspring, great mix of colours, new and old, and most of all personal. I love when they style a home so that it looks like a home and not an exhibition. Never heard of Sasa before, so I’m going to go through his whole portfolio now. Thank you for sharing and Happy Friday 🙂

  • Reply Chedva 3 February 2012 at 12:22

    Oh, how beautiful! I love her use of moody blue-greys and all that amazing retro lighting!

    • Reply Igor Josifovic 3 February 2012 at 12:45

      Agree!! But it’s a ‘he’, just for the record:-))

  • Reply Gerard 3 February 2012 at 13:25

    You can hit me over the head if ever we meet ;-)… but there is so much clutter going on. Ok when I look past the clutter, there are some great pieces and styles here. Love that bright & airy ding space at the top.

  • Reply Chococat 3 February 2012 at 14:27

    The moment I saw Virginia Woolf on the book cover in that first photo, I knew that I would love this post! I simply HAVE TO repost your stuff! You are officially amazing!

  • Reply LatteLisa LisaHjalt 3 February 2012 at 15:03

    thanks for the introduction, his work is beautiful
    I love what’s going on in the kitchen corner in the second photo and the white home, the one with the white fire place

    have a wonderful weekend 😉

  • Reply Lauren 3 February 2012 at 22:01

    There is some really fun and unexpected stuff going on there! Those lightbulbs in the archway! And then he gets really subtle with the white on white. Brilliant.

  • Reply Gina @ Oaxacaborn 3 February 2012 at 23:11

    As soon as I saw how his name was pronounced, I thought it sounded like something from the former Yugoslavia, and then yes, you mentioned that! Always exciting for me to see. 🙂

  • Reply leslie carothers 6 February 2012 at 21:07

    You got my vote for #BlogBlitz today…. I just wanted to share that I enjoy reading your blog even though I don’t have time to comment. It’s always full of great visual content that inspires me, Igor. Thanks for taking the time to write it!

    Sincerely, @tkpleslie Leslie.

    • Reply Igor Josifovic 6 February 2012 at 21:52

      I am very honored and happy to welcome you in my little happy digital home, Leslie! Thank you so much! This means a lot!

  • Reply Lisa 8 February 2012 at 09:46

    Amazing! Great find Igor…some gorgeous images here.

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