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Anna gillar: In the kitchen

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by Make it last on 3 April, 2015

Our favorite interior stylist Anna Mårselius and house photographer Pauline Suzor got together to show you some favorite kitchen things.

Our favorite interior stylist Anna Mårselius and house photographer Pauline Suzor got together to show you some favorite kitchen things.

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Antique porcelain plate, 30 SEK, Stockholms Stadsmission. Wooden plate and bowls, 60 SEK, Stockholms Stadsmission. Blue cup, 40 SEK, Stockholms Stadsmission. Vase, 15 SEK, Myrornas. Sugar bowl Ostindiska Kompaniet, 200 SEK, antique shop. Brass candle holder, 40 SEK, Myrornas. Lighter, 50 SEK, Myrornas. English antique plate, 40 SEK, Myrornas. Swedish Grace/Rörstrand plate, 60 SEK, Öppen Hand. English antique saucer, 10 SEK, Myrornas. Napkins, 15 SEK/each, Myrornas. English antique saucer, 15 SEK, Myrornas. Saucer Ostindiska Kompaniet, 20 SEK, Stockholms Stadsmission. Blue glass mug, 5 SEK, Myrornas. Vase with bubbles, 30 SEK, Myrornas. Small plates, 15 SEK/each, Stockholms Stadsmission. Notebook, 15 SEK, Myrornas. Wooden plate, 10 SEK, Öppen Hand. Flower pot dish, 5 SEK, Myrornas. Brass candle holder, 150 SEK, Södra Skattkammaren. Bottle, 70 SEK, Öppen Hand.

All products are vintage or made of sustainable and/or ecological materials.

Styling: Anna Mårselius Photographer: Pauline Suzor

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