Located in Stockholm, Sweden, Ett Hem was a private residence built in 1910. It has now been tastefully transformed into a luxury hotel. A tranquil home away from home, steeped in the Scandinavian aesthetics where functionality meets beauty.
The success in intricately transforming the house into a hotel, whilst still retaining the personality of the original, is a testament to the tenacity of interior designer Ilse Crawford.
The Hotel is decorated with a varied collection of furniture, including Ilse Sofas; designed by Ilsa Crawford and made by George Smith. It also showcases a range of Scandinavian antiques and design. With just twelve rooms, this gorgeous hotel offers discerning guests comfortable interiors full of summery light.
Ilse Sofas in the Lobby of Ett Hem Hotel, Stockholm | Photography: Magnus Marding
The Ilse Crawford Collection
The design of this fine hotel features The Ilse Sofa, and was done by Studio Ilse. Ilse Crawford is known for creating environments where humans feel comfortable and public spaces that make us feel at home.
The collection, handmade by George Smith, has been designed to support and enhance human behaviour and actions in everyday life. The pieces are upholstered in a range of signature colours in mohair, chosen for tactile experiences.