miércoles, 13 de febrero de 2013

Ett Hem Hotel

ETT HEM is Swedish for ‘A Home’. A phrase that encompasses all that it stands for when residing in this Hotel. The designers behind it, British interior designer Ilse Crawford of Studioilse and Swedish owner Jeanette Mix, have renovated the 1910 Swedish building originally designed by architect Fredrik Dahlberg, converting it into a hotel where luxury resides.

Located on Sköldungagatan, in Stockholm’s upmarket Lärkstan district, it is stated very strongly that this is not a luxury hotel but a hotel where you see, touch and enjoy luxurious elements. Originally built for an official and his wife, this structure has a beautiful history, surrounded by beautiful things. The original lady of the house had a love for the aesthetics ofKarin Larsson - the wife of the famous Swedish water-colour painter Carl Larsson (1853-1919) - who collected objects, textiles and furniture from all over Sweden.  The Arts were a great part of the couple’s lives and the residence incorporates this through truly unique ‘objèts’ and artwork. Yes this house had the privilege to be brought up amongst true eclecticism. Ett Hem has always contained beautiful things such us the finest furniture, antiques and designs, and like all great homes where great women have left their aesthetic footprint, opens its doors to us and allows us to get very close indeed. via yatzer

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