Trine Skoller brings her love for ethnic textiles from her profession as a fashion designer into the decoration of her house. She is the owner and creative director of Stella Nova.
A fascinating selection of colors, materials and patterns create an eclectic home with furniture and decorative pieces ranging from Eames chairs, vintage furniture to Peruvian rugs. This house is a perfect example of the scandi boho style that we like so much here in the blog.
The decoration of each room has been created using vintage furniture found in flea markets, as well as some Eames chairs. They are furniture that adapt perfectly to the scandi boho style. And finally using decorative pieces from different parts of the world such as Peru, Brazil, India, France, Sweden and Africa or pieces found in vintage or second-hand stores. Accessories like ethnic textiles, rugs, ceramic vases, illustrations, decorative pieces, etc.
As she well indicates, we must learn to experiment in the decoration of our house. The way we decorate says a lot about our personality and our own tastes. You can combine colors and patterns using ethnic textiles, rugs, cushions or accessories. These pieces are easier to change or move if you want to change your decoration later.
Another idea to rescue: for those like me, who are moms and have little ones that come with their artworks from school (or even kindergarten) Take the ones you like best, frame them and together with illustrations and artworks of the same scale, create a beautiful art gallery on one of your walls.
Did you like these beautiful textiles and decorations?
Styling: Julie Løwenstein
Photography: Thomas Dahl
Images source: Boligmagasinet Magasinet