The minimal and cozy style of Lotta Agaton in a Stockholm apartment

Today post is about the last interior design project signed by one of my favorite stylists: LOTTA AGATON. If you love Nordic style, minimal, elegant but at the same time cozy, you should definitely look at his projects.

Her last work is the interior design of a beautiful apartment in Stockholm, inside the residential complex 79 & Park designed by Danish architect Bjarke Ingels.

The apartment, inspired by New York, features huge floor-to-ceiling windows and exposed beams and columns. With her unique style, Lotta Agaton has managed to warm and soften the environment with a palette of neutral colors ranging from white, beige and gray. The combination of natural materials such as wood make this minimal home also cozy. The selection of iconic design pieces selected to furnish the rooms is beautiful, mixed with ceramics, books and art work.

The study corner is dedicated to Italian design with Taccia, the Flos lamp designed by the Castiglioni brothers, and the Quaderna table of Zanotta designed by Superstudio.


Elegant and cozy, the living room is furnished with the Plana low table designed by Charlotte Perriand and the Confident armchairs designed by Piero Lissoni for Living Divani.


We also find another design icon, the beautiful PK 24 chaise longue by Poul Kjærholm and beside the NK Utö table by Axel Einar Hjorth.

Interior design and styling Lotta Agaton Interiors

Photography Erik Lefvander


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