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sneak peek: hetta

by anne

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erika and patrik mörn run hetta – a beautiful and clever homewares line out of stockholm (erika is the designer and patrik takes care of the business side of things). i’m so happy that today we’re able to travel to sweden for sneak peek into their home which feels so swedish (without feeling like an ikea catalog!). they bought their house last year in august, but waited another few months to move in, in order to complete some renovations first. don’t miss the full post below, and click here for additional images. {thanks erika and patrik!} anne

[above: The wallpaper in our bedroom is designed by Hanna Werning and our bed comes from my grandmother’s home.]

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Our dinner table is from my parent’s home, they bought it in the ’70s. The chairs are from Kartell. At the kitchen-table there’s some products from HETTA, box for warm bread, wine stocking etc (click here for detail shot).

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The small chair we found at the show Maison et Objet Paris, were we met a French couple who made these chairs by hand in Normandie

CLICK HERE for the rest of Hetta’s sneak peek after the jump!

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The blanket on the bed is a gift from my grandmother that I got when I was young.

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The painting above the sofa (to the right) in the living-room is a self-portrait of me… the other pictures is small memories of the family.

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The small chairs in Charlie’s room is also French, you can find them at www.thecollection.fr.

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