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Shop the Look of an Offbeat Spanish Apartment

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The eclectic Palma de Mallorca home of gallery owner and collector Stefan Lundgren and his wife Pärnilla is nothing short of spellbinding. 'Since we are art nerds, everything revolves around art,' explains Stefan. And he's not exaggerating. Despite the architecture of the house being dressed in weatherworn tonal colours, the interior pops with striking hues and quirk and feels very much like a living art show - there are paintings, sculptures, photographic works and abstract creations everywhere you look. Of course, their unusual home also features all the necessary comforts, including a welcoming dining room, long open terrace and cosy lounge. We at HL selected three rooms and have shopped around locally to show you how to recreate their looks in your own space.

dining room

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ROOM 1 _ Layout 1. Large Antique Hanging Chandelier R49 995, Weylandts. 2. Donna Solovei Endlessness wallpaper, part of the Abstract collection, available from Robin Sprong. 3. Estetico Quotidiano, Static Coffee Set by Seletti, available from Generation Design. 4. Metal and Glass Cabinet, price available on request, Amatuli. 5. Tone Wall Clock, Generation Design. 6. Tivoli Apache Chair R3 950, Vintage Vista

living room

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Room 2 _ Layout 1. 8811 Afra Rug from the Planet Collection, price available on request, Papilio. 2 Geometric 55 print R99, Superbalist. 3. Alexa Glass Vase R225, Woolworths. 4. Oscar Armchair R9 995, Weylandts.



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ROOM 3_Layout 1. Metallic Coated Pots and Pans R375 - R599, Woolworths. 2. Arctic Marble Pestle & Mortar R449, 3. Set of Four Side Plates by Mervyn Gers R439, 4. Granite Pestle & Mortar by Master Class R549,


Find the full story on this eccentric Spanish house in our September 2016 issue.

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