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sneak peek: camilla engman

by Amy Azzarito

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if you’ve read design*sponge for any length of time, you’re probably pretty familiar with camilla engman.ย  if not, well then, you’re in for a treat! camilla’s an artist/illustrator living in gothenburg sweden. both her illustrations and her home reflect that airy, clean and light look that is so typical of swedish style. aren’t those white floor are gorgeous? {thanks camilla!}amy a.

[The armchairs are copies of the Papa Bear armchair by Hans J Wegner. I didn’t knew about the original before I bought the copies. I just liked how they looked. The dog is a Danish/Swedish farmdog, Morran. The cloud on the wall is made by Lisa McNamara. I made the table myself. The lamp and plant pedestal are thrift-finds.]

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[The lamp is by David Trubridge. The chairs are Arne Jacobsen, Sjuan/seven. The concrete pot wasmade by my brother]

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[Above: Bedroom shelf with Sara Paloma pottery. The print is “Kiss and tell”, Camilla Engman.]

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