I am a huge fan of styled corners and also in my own home I like to add small objects together to make little still lifes. The thing I love personally is to have a little starting point as a base, like a marble plate, a bunch of magazines or as in the picture above adding objects together in a mini vitrine. A cubistic form designed by Eva Lilja Lovenhielm for Asplund in lacquered metal with a thick crust in wood or like here in Carrara marble.
They caught my eye when we visited the store during our Blog tour in Stockholm recently, where we got a tour through the shop. And Johan Ridderstråle, who together with Mats Broberg designed the Tati tables one of Asplund’s big success stories, took us through their collection. The Tati tables are available in a variety of colours, including lilac, white, grey and green. This year the series is extended with a mirror, coatrack and two different tables — a rectangular and a circular dining table.
After our tour through the shop we had a delightful Turkish dinner together with the lovely people from Asplund, designers, stylists and our group of bloggers at these minimalistic tables surrounded by great design. I loved to see the huge suspensions by Petite Friture and eating from the minimalistic elegant Frame tables. Thank you Asplund for the great reception and wonderful night!