Why This Room Caught My Eye

24 June 2014 0


Bedrooms have a special attraction to me. As the most private room in a home they are usually not as accessible to the curious eye of a beholder and the interior styling speaks strongly about the personality of its dweller. As a zone of relaxation and unwinding, some people keep their bedrooms minimalistic and clean, others like to decorate a bit more and some go all the way to liven-up to their eclectic style.

Today’s bedroom that caught my eye belongs to the Swedish set & prop stylist Joanna Lavén and is part of her stylish home in Stockholm. The mid-century vibe caught immediately my attention and its grown-up and sophisticated style is definitely a benchmark for bedroom projects. Here’s what caught my eye in detail:

  • Vintage Art Piece: Lately I am totally drawn to vintage art pieces. This large, statement piece of art sets the tone in this mid-century inspired bedroom styling.
  • Mid-Century Sideboard: Even though the wooden sideboard is pretty much on the edge of this photography, it caught my eye due to its sleek style and carved fronts.
  • Houseplants: No mid-century styling without houseplants! These two plants perfectly accentuate the room’s interior design and enhance the room’s climate.
How do you like this bedroom?

Photography by Idha Lindhag via Dustjacket Attic

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  • Reply Jan 24 June 2014 at 09:27

    Wirklich sehr schön! Das Bild gefällt mir außerordentlich gut, so ruhig, perfekt für schöne Träume!

    Liebe Grüße, Jan

    • Reply Igor Josifovic 24 June 2014 at 22:22

      Ich dachte mir schon, dass Dir das auch richtig gut gefallen würde:-)

  • Reply caroline @trend-daily 24 June 2014 at 12:14

    A really lovely room to choose dear Igor. Calm, nice eclectic retro feel and some lovely house plants-perfect!!

    • Reply Igor Josifovic 24 June 2014 at 22:22

      Isn’t it Caroline? And that vintage painting is just so amazing! Love every detail in it!

  • Reply Lisa Hjalt 25 June 2014 at 19:34

    For me it’s the bedlinen and rug. I love the mix of neutrals and the pattern of the rug.

    PS. I saw your previous post. Me and cork is an absolute no-no (probably because it was the floor material of my childhood home and I hated it, haha) but I love it that you get to travel to Portugal 😉

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