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Together with a colleague, I drove to a fantastic house in Norrtälje a few weeks ago. The journey felt more like a holiday than a day of work. That day, for the first time since our emigration we had a fantastic amount of snow. Everything looked so fairy-tale like shrouded in the white landscape.
Touch of Blue
Looking inside other people's homes often provides you with new insights. I regularly get inspired during my work. In this house I fell in love with the colors on the wall. It gives such an atmospheric look, yet the space retains the light and peaceful basis.
Back in The Netherlands I was working as a real estate photographer, but due to my move to Stockholm I had to find a job again. Pretty fast it was clear that the best way to work as a photographer is to start your own company. So that’s what I did. After a long time of waiting to be registered I finally had my first assignments. Which is now already a couple of months ago, but I would love to show the interior and photos that I made.
To the Top
The day before I got the message, you have to photograph Torsplan 8 in Stockholm. You probably know the building said my colleague, it's one of the most famous architecture designed buildings in town. After a quick internet search I directly knew where I had to go. The building is high, outstanding and newly built.
Behind the same main entrance I had to photograph two different apartments. At first I didn't noticed the similarities between both apartments since they are so different, but it was built the same way originally. With the photos in this blog I would like to show you the different styles, floor plans and functions for each room.
For years I’ve been taking photos of interiors. As a real estate photographer that can be at a large variety of locations and all different interiors. Within my work you sometimes come across a diamond of an apartment. I want to give you a peek into this apartment in one of the most beloved streets of Stockholm.
The past week a few of our European royalties were in the spotlights and to stay in the royal style I want to share this apartment with you. At least I really got the feeling that I entered a palace. All the furniture would fit easily in such an interior. This apartment might not be in the hands of a royal family, but I think it has a lot of elements to create the place of your dreams.
Interior for Inspiration
Some of the interiors that I enter are a feast for the eye. This apartment on a very popular street in Stockholm was definitely one of them. After entering the apartment you immediately stepped into the open space where you could see almost the entire apartment at once. Let me show you the rest, because this interior is magazine worthy if you ask me.
This week I was on the road again to photograph several houses. Including an apartment in Vasastan which is in the center of Stockholm. We made two appointments, one was during the day and the other one for an evening shoot. For me it was the very first time to photograph a balcony with sunset. Therefore I thought it will be nice to show you the photos that I made.
When entering an apartment I never know what to expect. Before I go to the assignment, I always ask how big the apartment is so at least I know how much time I approximately need. This was definitely one of the apartments where I got surprised in a very positive way. The Swedes know how to prepare their interior for the real estate photos that is one thing I already learned.