Recently we've been admiring the inviting interiors of Studio Ilse's Ett Hem Hotel; in particular, this guest suite inspired by a Carl Larsson painting. As Ilse Crawford told Monocle last June, the color palette features "the sort of tones that human skin looks good against."
To replicate the look, see our sources for furniture, lighting, and fabrics below (we even found a source for the tiled Kakelunger stove). See our previous post on the rest of the hotel: Subtle Splendor in Stockholm.
Above: A mix of rich tones and soft, Dutch colors mingle in the guest suite at Ett Hem.
Above: Source a small piece of Studio Ditte's Porcelain Wallpaper Colorful to function as framed art; €135 per roll.
Above: Bernard-Albin Gras' Lampe Gras in black is $875 from Design Within Reach.
Above: Ikea's Lack Coffee Table is $39.99.
Above: Studio Ilse's 456 Sidekick Table is made from solid European chestnut with a black-brown high gloss finish; contact De La Espada for sourcing information.
Above: The Fauteuil Chair by Christopher Howe is an upholstered French 19th century chair with deep buttoned horse-hair, beechwood legs, and brass castors; contact Christopher Howe for pricing and availability (also see Manor-Worthy Furniture from Christopher Howe).
Above: Coyuchi's Ruched Muslin Cloud Coverlet is woven from four layers of 100 percent organic cotton muslin; prices range from $518 for a full/queen size to $562 for a king.
N.B.: Looking for more ways to steal a hotel's style? See 216 more Steal This Look posts.