13 March, 2012

A little bit of mid-century modern: visiting Jonas Ingerstedt’s home

Stil hunting for Scandinavian furniture treasure. Jonas Ingerstedt, a talented Swedish photographer obviously has an excellent eye for mid-century modern pieces - he selected some beautiful classics for his masculine-style, elegant home. 
 
First: timeless "Berlin" daybed by Bruno Mathsso, a great Swedish architect and designer. Next: raw "PK-1" chair by Poul Kjaerholm, a Danish designer known for his minimalist approach. Not to mention Hans J. Wegner's "CH 24" chairs ("The Wishbone") - a design that stays fresh for over 60 years now!

www.ingerstedt.se

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23 comments:

  1. I'm a huge fan of scandinavian interiors, the design is so perfect.
    His home is fabulous, congratulations on your post.
    Wish you a great week.
    Tereza

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  2. The kitchen is beautiful! The striped rug, the light blue cupboards, the art works, everything fits perfectly in that space.
    Ada

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  3. I am obsessed with anything Scandinavian...this is fabulous!

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  4. The images are all great. But, I really can't get past the daybed- perfection.

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  5. I love the modern simplicity of this home.

    Lynn
    CARMEN VOGUE

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  6. I'm more of the McIntosh style ... but may be it's cause i lived so many years in Germany and there the furniture is simmilar...

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  7. They're all fabulous and I juist love that daybed!

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  8. I love the chairs that have been spotlighted on the last few posts.

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  9. Oh yes, detta är så sjukt snyggt, detta hemmet!
    jag fastnade speciellt för de där skåpen som sitter liksom lite högre än väntat..
    Bilderna ligger redan i min inspo-mapp (som för övrigt håller på att svämma över ;)

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  10. Obrigada pela sua visita. Adoro a forma simples de se fazer casas e o design moderno escandinavo.
    Abraços.
    Maruska

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  11. Looove that bench on the first and 2:nd picture! Do you know whose design it is?
    great inspo! XoX

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  12. It's my favourite piece here as well.
    It was designed by Bruno Mathsso, around 1960.

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  13. The kitchen chairs are incredible. The fact that color is not muted but is incorporated in such a way to preserve the minimalism is fascinating, an interesting study. People often think to accomplish a minimal look colors must be muted and neutral, this space blows that theory out of the water.

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  14. what an amazing home, so sleek and with amazing details throughout
    great share!

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  15. Amazing pieces...love that bench!!

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  16. haha so funny, just posted this home yesterday too! it's so stunning, the crispness and colors are just so inviting. Love going through your most recent posts! xoxo

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  17. I absolutely adore Scandinavian interior. Thanks for sharing these pictures! I always try this style at home but finding myself in the middle of simplicity and hollywood regency ;) happy weekend to you!
    sofie

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  18. nice interior really clean! i like it a lot!

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  19. Love these interiors, so bright, fresh and clean! Timeless!!

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  20. What an interesting and wonderful interior! I like the combinations of furniture and decorations, all well thought into perfection. Scandinavian interiors are always top rated in my opinion, great!

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  21. What a fantastic space. I want that daybed!

    Hugs, Stephie x

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