Therese Sennerholt’s Design-Packed Stockholm Home

Therese Sennerholt is one of the most talented art directors I know. I love her work – and on top she is super hilarious. We hung out this summer in LA, when she visited and I took her (she ended up paying, but that wasn’t my intention, I promise!) to one of my favorite places in Santa Monica for weekend brunch.

I have featured her many times before, from the very beginning with her graphic design print collections to her recent work for H&M. Today, you are getting a sneak peek inside her stunning, design-packed, apartment in Stockholm. The muted color palette is done so very well, mixed perfectly with different materials, lots of art pieces, and as I said, lots of great design furniture.

I love how her interior styles has evolved the past years. Her home anno 2013 were a lot more graphic, very minimalistic in black, white and a few wooden pieces. I loved her home in 2013, but I LOOOOVE her home in 2019.

I know her initial plan was to have a massive marble dining table, but when it showed up on her doorstep (yes, she did buy it), it was simply too heavy for the movers to bring it up the stairs. So it was returned and replaced with the custom made table by Kfk snickeri.

Styling: Lotta Agaton Interiors
Photos: Erik Lefvander for Residence

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