Like many stylish folk before her, Evelina Kravaev-Söderberg—the head designer for the H&M's much-hyped home line—recently offered Domaine readers a peek into a 1920's apartment in Stockholm, Sweden that she's appointed with a mix of antique Eames pieces and trendy, inexpensive H&M accessories. The apartment itself offers open living spaces, warm parquet flooring, and a dramatic antique fireplace that Kravaev-Söderberg has paired with the most relaxed, neutral pieces from H&M's newest line. "I seek balance in everything—myself, collections, and how I spend my time," explains the Stockholm native. "When I come home I need to relax from the busy world of design."
Other stylish elements in the designer's serene home include an airy dining room lined in low-slung bookshelves, a minimalist all-white bedroom, and a railway themed, black-and-white tiled bathroom—which may actually be the most dramatic room in the apartment. Take a look at Domaine's full gallery, right this way.
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