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I’ve been following the Swedish interior designer- and stylist Madeleine Asplund Klingstedt for a while and admire her sense of style and the way she creates timeless and harmonious interiors. Not only is she an talented interior designer she has also designed a collection of furniture for her own brand as she was missing certain things when doing projects for clients. Her brand Lineaire is also seen throughout her home and together with other personal objects, beautiful muted colors and high quality materials – and some furniture classics high up on my wish list, she has created an elegant, timeless and personal home. Photos taken for the Swedish magazine Residence by Kristofer Johnsson, with thanks to Madeleine for sharing.

Sideboards from Lineare in Walnut, one with a brass line and the other with a chrome line, Okura sofa designed by Eric Jourdan for Ligne Roset, the statue is an antique, Taccia lamp by Achille and Pier Castiglioni for Flos. The chairs is designed by Poul Kjærholm for Fritz Hansen, the pouf PK33 also designed by Poul Kjærholm for Fritz Hansen. 

Custom built kitchen designed by Madeleine, both kitchen and walls are painted in Farrow and Ball’s Skimming stone. The ceiling lamps Aim is designed by Erwan & Ronan Bouroullec for Flos and the table bought at the auction house Bukowski’s. Series 7  chairs by Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen and walnut sideboard from Madeleines furniture collection Lineaire.

Plate in tin with dried fruit and sage (suppose to drive away bad spirits when its lit).

Luminator lamp designed by Achille Castiglioni and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni for Flos. Antique vase, table bought at the auction house Bukowski’s.

Place built desk and shelves designed by Madeleine, both painted in Farrow and Ball’s Purbeck stone, textiles in different nuances and qualities from Astrid Textiles, Snoopy lamp from Flos, book holder in walnut from Madeleines brand Lineaire and desk chair seven designed by Arne Jacobsen for Fritz Hansen.

Place built sideboard and shelves designed by Madeleine painted in Farrow and Ball’s Skimming stone and Parentesi lamp designed by Achille Castiglioni and Pio Manzù for Flos. Zig Zag chair in cherry wood designed by Gerrit Rietveld for Cassina.

The photo Towel tower by Klara Fowler and book stand from Livrest.

Sideboard in walnut and black pedestal från Lineaire, wool bedspread, the chair Pratfall in cherry designed by Philippe Starck, The Buds Light tavolo from Foscarini, antique yellow, crystal lamp.

Wardrobes and bed designed by Madeleine and room divider in oak from Lineaire. 

Photography © Kristofer Johnsson for Residence Magazine, interior and styling by Madeleine Asplund Klingstedt 

To see more from Madeleine Asplund Klingstedt you’ll find her Instagram here and her blog here. One to follow! 


  • Abi | These Four Walls blog

    7. November, 2018at16:33 Reply

    A stunning apartment! I love Madeleine’s work – so beautiful.

    • Elisabeth // elisabethheier.no

      Elisabeth // elisabethheier.no

      8. November, 2018at10:17 Reply

      Couldn’t agree more, its beautiful!

  • Tristan B.

    11. November, 2018at01:13 Reply

    Just gorgeous! Love the texture of the curtains.

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