You have all probably heard about Livet Hemma. For those of you who still live in the dark :) Livet Hemma (Life at Home) is IKEA's interior inspirational blog with a goal of creating inspiring images by styling Ikea pieces in interesting ways and in exciting environments.
Every week they launch a new series of exclusive photos, and this week is time for some Easter decorations, and not anywhere but in the castle! The Kristineberg Palace in Kungsholmen, Stockholm was built in 1740 during the Swedish Rococo period with lots of beautiful interior features. A bit unusual living arrangement in an apartment in the castle features in one of the rooms beautiful old teal folding table with a small drawing. It stands firmly on a mix of rugs so that guests will not get cold feet enclosed by Ikea's new fabulous chair Reidar designed by Ola Wihlborg and adds romantic feeling to the whole room. The table setting for cozy Easter lunch features Ikea's new porcelain series, the robust but delicate glasses, vases, kitchen linen tea towels and simple napkins.
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Nina Broberg for Ikea Livet Hemma