The lair of this creative combination flea market finds carefully developed, heirlooms and natural light effects.
Inspired by the 50s, the studio Hilda Grahnat is a den of discoveries he discovers flea and decorative items that the young woman has inherited. However, no overload feeling in this space where the photographer, blogger and interior designer associated trivial objects and works of art with care and originality. The result ? A house that has its own style, without being overbearing. The real success of Hilda: achieving organize a sleeping area, a work area and a lounge in a small volume. Peek
Who lives here: Hilda Grahnat
Location: Malmo, Sweden
Living Area: 40 m²
Hilda Grahnat inherited this love seat in the shell folder and accompanying chair of his grandparents, who had furnished their first apartment. The floor lamps are never far from the seats, revealing his passion for reading and the afternoon relaxing by the window.
Near the lounge area, an eclectic gallery wall welcomes family photographs and mottled finds in flea markets. Most executives are mismatched, but here the goal is to get a consistent collection of favorite images of the blogger.
The wide angle view of the main room highlights the immaculate walls and teak furniture of the mid-twentieth century. An association that gives Hilda the “freedom to let go” , in his words, the colors of its decorative items, without compromising the lightness of the room.
In passionate great flea markets, Hilda engages in compulsive buying pretty things in all the flea markets in the world, from Berlin to Brooklyn. His growing collection of wall clocks, books and vintage cameras is grouped in internetages that are reserved to a vintage site.
Next to the seating area is the Hilda office, where she hosted her blog and realizes some of his creative work. Creative cans of various colors and shapes are carefully placed under the desk.
Hilda keeps his tools and inspiration in pots or pin with clips. Different fonts of newspaper clippings and posters, adhesive rolls with colorful drawings and old family photos give it a visual inspiration.
This photo, taken by Hilda, said the greatest asset of his apartment natural light. We see the shadow of the light that is projected on a comfortable armchair, whose frame is teak.
Large windows and the light they let in are one of the main attractions of the studio. This is yet, according to the creator, one of many blocks “very boring brick buildings,” dating from the 70’s.
In the kitchen, explosions of red and turquoise on the shelves placed above the microwave oven bring touches of color in this space that wants rather neutral.
The warm wood tones of the Danish teak chest counterbalance the primary colors of the decorative elements that are above. When it begins to get tired of the way the objects are arranged, she simply reorders the whole. “This is my first apartment”, she confides. “I love being able to do things as I hear it.”
Simplicity is the watchword of the night space. Hilda was allowed the luxury of a top hook bed and a wall display of album covers. The space itself summarizes the philosophy of the studio, Hilda describes as ” easy shoebox become a paradise vintage “.
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