the other week we got a sneak peek into the stockholm home of katarina andersson of happy sthlm, and today we’re getting a peek into her business partner’s home! designer kajsa aronsson lives in this colorful home (i love all of the blue and red!) with her husband björn and their three children: mirjam, elof, and estrid. their central stockholm flat is originally from the 1940s but has been updated with kajsa’s “mix and match” style and her love of colors. kajsa explained that she “likes the idea of a home as an expression of the people who live there and the life they are living” and i think this home seems like its full of happiness and life. thanks so much to kajsa and her family for sharing this space with us. be sure to click “read more” at the bottom of the post for full-sized images. stay tuned for many more peeks today!
[image above: This is the dining section in the kitchen where most of the things happens. My father bought the painting by the artist (Eikeland) when he was in Norway during the 50ʼs.]
[image above: Detail from the book shelf where we have let the middle shelf be a zone for small personal memories. The portrait of my grand-mother beside our childrenʼs small sculptures.]
[images above: The ﬂoor in the kitchen are made of Hovi compressed quartz vinyl tiles
in three different colours. Painting by my friend Ebba Bring. Detail from kitchen corner with a plastic pitcher from Cairo]
[image above:I love these pots in different colours made by Sven Möller and the gi-
raffe is made by my oldest daughter when she was at play school]
CLICK HERE for the rest of Kajsa’s peek after the jump!
[image above: The passage between living-room and kitchen / dining section. Painting by my friends Ebba Bring (red one) and Magnus Carlén (smaller one). Textile design at the cushions is my own, made for Frösö Handtryck AB]
[image above: We have a friend, Mimi Regelson, that has a vintage shop, Exile, in Richmond, Virginia. Now and then we recieve what we call ”America- parcels” from her with the most imagintive mix of things. The small ﬁgures that we have placed in our kitchen window are gifts from her. The ceramic object that I use as a vase is made by a friend; Gustaf Nordenskiöld.]