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Styled by Tina Hellberg

Tina Hellberg is an interior stylist based in Stockholm who lives on an island in a very old house with her husband, Niklas Andersson, daughters Ebba and Hedda, and Australian Kelpie, Vira. A seasoned stylist veteran, Hellberg creates spaces and connections between the things that surround us. Inspired by nature, functionalism, literature, and artists such as Agnes Martin, Hilma af Klint, Joseph Beuys, Louise Bourgeois, and Tim Walker, it's easy to see how her influences are reflected onto her scenes. In addition to styling, Hellberg builds, hunts, arranges, and set designs most of her sceneographies—all part of the job.
March 8, 2013
Pink Spanish style door.

The Doors

A door is just a door…or is it? In a dream, a door may represent a new opening in your waking life. A locked door may represent a missed opportunity. From a fuchsia, Spanish-style door to its more modern sliding-glass counterpart, we’ve collected some of the most distinctive doors from homes featured in Dwell.
March 8, 2013
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Light-filled Living Room in Brooklyn

Architect Jeff Sherman, of Delson or Sherman Architects, has more guts and gall than your average home renovator. In 2000, strapped by a “very finite budget,” he bought a wrecked row house in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, that had been used as an illegal breeding kennel. Over the next ten years, working as his own general contractor and builder, he transformed the scariest building on his block into a high-design home, all for about $100 per square foot. One of our favorite rooms of the house is the bright, colorful and comfy living room. Here, Daphne the dog keeps company with a Case Study Day Bed from Modernica, a LCM chair by Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller, and a painting by the Brooklyn artist Joyce Kim.
March 8, 2013
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The Bookmarks of Dwell: 5 More Blogs We Love

This week’s cold weather has us spending more time on the internet than ever. Here are five fresh art and design blogs that make staying inside cozier. Don't miss our other favorite blogs, or ten Tumblrs every architecture aficionado should follow.
March 7, 2013
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The Long Hall

These hallways don't need a red carpet to grab your attention. Take a look at these stretching indoor and outdoor corridors.
March 7, 2013
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Spring Forward: 10 Clocks We Love

Daylight Savings Time is just around the corner on March 10th. Spring forward and welcome the longer days in style with ten of our favorite wall, table, and alarm clocks.
March 7, 2013
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A Ranch House Kitchen Renovation

For their lakeside retreat in northwestern Michigan, Keith and Mary Campbell renovated a 1970s ranch house to include a spacious kitchen-dining room. Clad in a warm mix of oak, pine, and maple, the modern home nods to vernacular cabin culture, though the horizontal layout and irregular plank widths add a sophisticated twist. A black granite island anchors the space, which is decorated with classic lighting and contemporary furniture. See the full resource list below.
March 7, 2013
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Brassy Brooklyn Kitchen

We explore an updated kitchen featuring rich materials, a warm walnut slab, and custom woodwork in a Brooklyn apartment.
March 7, 2013
The facade of the green-built Suttles and Shah residence.

10 Outdoor Gardens

From locations like a microcourtyard in Virginia to a prefab glass-shelled retreat in summery Finland, these ten outdoor gardens will make you green with envy.
March 6, 2013
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