Friday, 15 June 2012

At home with Therese Sennerholt

Following on from my post on Therese Sennerholt yesterday I have just discovered that her home is up for sale so for me the excitement is now complete!  Here is a chance to see how this celebrated art director has chosen to style her own home

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Images via Purodeco

14 comments:

  1. I like that her home is cool and cosy at the same time! A real artist, you can tell from her home!

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    1. I agree Igor, I love monochrome interiors but at times it can be too harsh! But she manages to get the balance spot on!

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  2. Love the style in this house! Thanks for the mention. Have a fab weekend!

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  3. THANK you for the tip! Have a good one x

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  4. Love that it says "horny" on one side of the bed and "love" on the other ;)

    She is an expert at making monochrome interesting in her work and with her prints. I think her home is another proof of just that :)

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  5. You're so right about "horny" and " love' Marianne, now why didn't I notice that! :)

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  6. Oh, what a lovely black and white home! I like how it feels so inviting and cozy.
    Found your blog via BYW and as I'm a big fan of Scandinavian design I'll definitely follow you from today!

    Anu

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    1. Thanks for stopping by Anu see you soon on BYW :)

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  7. Gosh for a monochrome home this is utterly gorgeous.
    I love that wallpaper in the bedroom. Actually I love it all!

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    1. Yes, isn't it gorgeous? I don't miss colour at all in this home as I feel the prints and wallpaper provide all the interest needed.

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  8. Thank you for kind and uplifting comments. I am happy you like my home, and I hope the new owners will like it as much. The house is now sold. :) //Therese Sennerholt.

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  9. Thank you so much for stopping by Therese! The new owners are very lucky and I'm convinced that they will LOVE it :)

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  10. Now this is definitely the way to do monochrome, lots of interesting designs and shapes and thank goodness for the wood floor, it seems to frame everything :-D

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  11. I love this home! Thanks for the inspiration Toni!

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