Design and style from a Scandinavian perspective

Plaster, love and metal wire

Another great home from Sköna Hem, shot by Madeleine Söder and styled by Linda Åhman. This is the home of Norwegian ceramist Maria Øverbye, located in Oslo. Maria lives here with her husband and three daughters and has her studio in the basement where she creates her art; odd little creatures made of plaster and metal wire. The house was originally built as a school in 1893, and the Øverbye family resides on the 95 sqm top floor which they renovated but left some areas raw and unfinished. The house feels very personal thanks to all the little vignettes that Maria makes all over the house, and the photos and prints adds warmth and interest to the white walls.



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