Steal This Look: A Dream Dressing Room from Sweden
A perfect combination: a dressing room with built-in closets, a place to perch, and a mine-and-yours sink (plus an adjacent bath). This paneled, shades-of-gray design is the work of Kvänum of West Gotland, Sweden, specialists in traditional millwork and an official supplier to the Swedish Royal Court. It’s in one of their showrooms—so it’s a conceptual closet, but a lovely one. Take a look.
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Above: A leather-cushioned bench overlooks a bank of built-in storage for two. The leather-and-wood hanging bar is a classic Kvänum detail: the company, which dates to 1923, specializes in custom kitchens and closets created from elements in its repertoire: this is the , an in-house color.
Above: Italian sinks with Dornbracht Tara faucets are set in a Kvänum vanity with slatted storage. The subway-tiled backsplash meets beadboard paneling in a warm gray from Norwegian paint company Jotun (NCS code ). Contemplating your own beadboarding? See .
Above: Kvänum’s version of a Shaker peg rail. For more, see .
Above: The bench provides a place to sit while putting on shoes and contemplating the day. Note that it’s fitted with two drawers, so there’s no heavy lifting required,
Above: The center cupboard offers shelf space. Kvänum delivers to the US and suggests interested customers contact their design team at email@example.com.
Here are two of the company’s kitchens:
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