Andy Liffner

Posted on Wed, 19 May 2010 by midcenturyjo


Love all things Swedish interior design? Can’t make up your mind if you are a white wall and floor sort of gal/guy? Maybe Gustavian? Classic Scandinavian midcentury modern? Out and out retro brick and knotty pine? Any or all of these and you’ll love the portfolio of Stockholm based photographer Andy Liffner. The whites are right, the colours pop. The light is bright and the wood is golden. A veritable smörgåsbord from the super talented snapper. Is there something wrong with me that I’m strangely drawn to a blonde brick and knotty pine 70s time capsule? Must be the power of Andy’s shots 😉








Tanya says:

Great spaces/rooms. I love the use of space in all of them.

Lovely spaces – I’m especially inspired by the olive green couch and that gorgeous view! I blogged about that one today.

Such amazing spaces. I was at Brimfield last week drueling over the scandanavian stuff there. If only I could start from scratch at my house! 🙂

Gorgeous! Now I’ll have to eat my words about people living with white walls lacking creativity 😉 I especially love the white kitchen with blue backsplash.

Absolutely gorgeous! So many great ideas!

jenn says:

gahhhhh… can i just live in these photos?!?!?!

Leanne says:

I am so inspired by both the photography and the designs. Love them all

Keyse says:

the green couch and sunshine…i think i would thrive in that environment! my blogging would improve by 100% 😉

{tig} says:

gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous! especially adore the first two…

Sammy says:

The northern light is similar to what we experience here in NZ. Clean, crisp and bright. Thanks for a lovely post.

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