Isabella Löwengrip is one of the most well-known names in Sweden. One of the most popular bloggers in the country, and today an incredibly successful businesswoman and entrepreneur, Löwengrip has grown into one of Sweden’s most influential individuals.
Recently, Löwengrip moved into a new home on Stockholm’s Lidingö island and came to Fogia to help furnish her magnificent space. With a home rich in wood, and deep neutral tones, the resulting curation of pieces enhance and reference the existing space to create a warm, inviting home.
Fogia’s pieces can be found throughout the home, from Bollo’s in the bedroom, to Figurine barstools in the kitchen and Luca Nichetto’s Jord sofa, which might be the only sofa capable of not being dominated by Löwengrip’s vast lounge space.
Other pieces include Pastille by TAF Studio, Tondo by Stefan Borselius, Poppy by Nina Jobs and in her office, Myko by Stefan Borselius and Big Sur by Simon Klenell and Kristoffer Sundin.
We’re delighted to have worked with Löwengrip and her team to make her home complete, and the results pretty much speak for themselves.