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March 8, 2013
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.
Color Combinations in Interior Design series by Tina Hellberg
From the Color Combinations in Interior Design series. Photo by: Magnus Anesund for Elle Interior.
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Color Combinations in Interior Design by Tina Hellberg
A pink and yellow interior close-up with various ephemera such as a movie director typography poster, paper beehive ball, wooden beads, and a models artist hand sculpture. Photo by: Magnus Anesund
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Garden Furniture 2011 by Tina Hellberg
Inspiration for the new season, Garden Furniture 2011, shot by Petra Bindel for Elle Interior.
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Greenhouse lounge area styling by Tina Hellberg
A greenhouse lounge area shot. "I am very inspired by nature and love to include flowers and green plants in my styling," says Hellberg. Photo by: Petra Bindel
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Interior styling by Tina Hellberg
"When doing private homes either for real or just rearranging them to make more inspirational and understandable pictures, it’s about regrouping, adding, or taking away stuff. When do I know that it all works out in a good way? Well it’s a feeling— a good feeling, a satisfaction of sorts when there is a harmony in the layout and the furniture and the other stuff you have in a home plays the same tune or maybe sometimes even a bit of disharmony is vital for an interesting look." Photo by: Petra Bindel
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Interior design styling by Tina Hellberg
"Things and small details matter, of that I am convinced." Photo by: Petra Bindel
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Scandi House styled by Tina Hellberg
The Scandi House is a modern furniture lover's dream—painted Drawing Room Blue by Farrow & Ball wooden chair made after a description by Nina Tolstrup of Studiomama, small blanket by Pia Wallén, Couch Continental by Claesson, Koivisto, Rune for Swedese, Cushion Dot by Hay, white wooden logs by Paola Navone, Kinto teapot set from SLOWFASHIONhouse, AJ Floor Lamp by Arne Jacobsen for Louis Poulsen, vintage orange Tolix chair, grey Moln(Cloud) armchair by Anderssen & Voll for Stolab, Rondo Stool by Jakob Thau for Källemo, and Francis lamp wall installation by dmoch. Photo by: Per Ranung
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Scandi House styling by Tina Hellberg
A close-up of a whimsical tabletop setting featuring Cloth Fold Unfold by Margrethe Odgaard for Hay, Themis Mobile by Clara von Zweigbergk for Artecnica, wooden objects by Note Design Studio, ceramics by Asplund, and porcelain Purnukka from Iittala.
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GREY by Tina Hellberg
A textured grey interior juxtaposition in collaboration with photographer Petra Bindel.
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The Collectors styling by Tina Hellberg
A dining table scene from The Collectors series. Photo by: Magnus Anesund for Skanska Nya Hem
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The Collectors series by Tina Hellberg
"I used to study anthroposophy and then I worked for some years in a biodynamic garden, cooking and arranging feasts. Food is an important part of my life and it was through cooking that I came to be a stylist." Photo by: Magnus Anesund for Skanska Nya Hem
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The Collectors styling by Tina Hellberg
Geometric shapes from the wall to the floor scattered throughout. Photo by: Magnus Anesund for Skanska Nya Hem
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Wallpaper display by Tina Hellberg
Wallpaper display for Elle Interior, shot by Magnus Anesund
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Tina Hellberg portrait by Hedda Hellberg
The stylist Tina Hellberg shot by her 13-year old daughter, Hedda.
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Color Combinations in Interior Design series by Tina Hellberg
From the Color Combinations in Interior Design series. Photo by: Magnus Anesund for Elle Interior.

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