It's always news when London-based Ilse Crawford designs a new project; we've been admiring her quietly luxurious hotel in Stockholm, Ett Hem, since it opened not long ago.
Located in a 1910 manor house designed by architect Fredrik Dahlber, the intimate hotel features "robust, paneled spaces that offer shelter from the harsh winters" on the downstairs level. Upstairs, "the house evokes the summery whiteness and lightness of Carl Larsson's Scandinavian interiors." Go to Ett Hem for more information; to see more of the designer's work, go to Studio Ilse.
Above L: A pair of Wegner Papa Bear chairs. Above R: A shearling-covered Pelikan lounge chair by Finn Juhl. Photo via AD Espana.
Above: The downstairs consists of several distinct reception areas for guests. Image via Studio Ilse.
Above: A brass chandelier and brass cabinet hardware add a note of warmth.
Above: An oval dining table where breakfast is served. Image via Studio Ilse.
Above: A guest suite featuring pieces from Crawford's collection for De Les Espada. Image via Studio Ilse.
Above: One of the 12 guest suites available for rent. Photo via AD Espana.
Above: Throughout the interiors, Crawford uses brass fixtures and fittings for warmth. Photo via AD Espana.
Above: A soaking tub carved out of a single piece of marble.
Above: A daybed for quiet moments. Image via Ett Hem.
Above: A moody bedroom featuring a mix of contemporary and vintage materials such as cane, wood, leather and velvet. Image via Ett Hem.
Above: A glassed-in atrium overlooks a private garden. Photo via AD Espana.
Above: The garden offers a retreat from urban life for guests.