As a huge fan of famed interior photographer Pia Ulin, I love seeing and sharing the incredible spaces that she captures behinds the lens. Now, thanks to Residence magazine we get a glimpse of her own home in New York where she recently relocated from Sweden. Together with architects Bangia Agostinho Pia has completely transformed the Brooklyn loft and I'm sure you'll agree the results are amazing.
Photographed by Pia and styled by her colleague and close friend Lotta Agaton, the monochrome palette that characterises Pia's photography is evident throughout. The darker shades of black and grey give depth, while touches of burgundy as seen in the antique rug that belonged to Pia's parents provide richness and texture. Despite being newly renovated, the house has so much soul thanks to a mix of vintage pieces, Scandinavian design classics and beautiful black and white photography.
Beautiful greys carry through to the the kitchen, which is paired with marble, plywood and brass pendant lights. I also love the shelf that runs the length of the beautiful grey toned bedroom below. Perfect for placing photographs and favourite objects.
Images via Lotta Agaton and Residence Magazine