Stockholm apartment as seen in DECO's winter issue.

A collection of ethnic textiles and eclectic collectables sits comfortably amongst sleek Scandinavian design in the Stockholm inner-city home of Swedish fashion designer Åsa Stenerhag, as seen in DECO’s latest issue.

The shelf above the fireplace holds a vignette of gathered items, while earthy rugs and throws warm up the space.

Bathed in natural light with a big bay window overlooking the central Stockholm streets, the house was built at the end of the 1920s, whilst the interior clearly reflect the homeowner’s personal style and influences. This serene space (as shown in DECO’s latest issue) is home to Åsa Stenerhag – fashion designer for  European label Filippa K. As her home reflects, she is inspired by patterns and objects from nature,  and drawn to the tactile, structures and shapes.

Åsa is a fan of constantly changing the collection of artworks on the walls – unframed and easy to put up and down.

The walls are a constantly changing exhibition space for images, fabrics and artworks that serve as inspiration to the designer. Even so, the space is very serene as the owner believes in keeping it simple, buying for long-term and not amassing a lot of unnecessary things.

It is important that your home is a place where you can find peace and harmony

Photographs and production Jonas Ingerstedt/House of Pictures

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The Winter Issue is all about de-cluttering, de-teching and slowing everything down. Packed with inspiration and ideas for making your home a sanctuary, we share the ultimate comfort food recipes, master the art of nesting and take you on a tour of the dreamiest hideaways. Pick up your copy today and tell us what you think on Twitter @Elle_Deco using #WinterIssue.