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This redbrick Stockholm mansion, completed in 1916, has been Jeanette Mix’s home since 2002. “[It was] beautifully decorated with antiques and contemporary furniture but always felt a bit too formal,” says Mix. She and her husband, Harald, an investor and philanthropist (who most recently funded research to combat advanced ovarian cancer with immunotherapy), and children Carl Johan, Alexandra, and Christian, gravitated to the kitchen, leaving the main rooms largely uninhabited. Ironically, the Mixes own @etthemstockholm, Swedish for “at home,” an Arts and Crafts townhouse three blocks away that Jeanette transformed into a 12-room hotel renowned for its hygge chic since it opened in 2012. So she posed the same question that she did when developing Ett Hem: What would Ilse Crawford do? “The process of doing the hotel made Jeanette realize that she had to circle back and look at her own place,” says Crawford, the London-based #AD100
creator of magnetically cozy, spiritually calming interiors. (See Ett Hem and @sohohousenewyork, as well as @refettoriofelix, star chef @massimobottura’s community kitchen at St. Cuthbert’s Centre in West London.) The Mixes’ house, built for an insurance magnate, was full of elegant spaces, Crawford allows, “but they only really used the kitchen and sometimes the library. Then everybody went up to the bedrooms, which were arranged like apartments. Is that fair?” See how the designer invigorated the historic mansion for the large family through the link in our profile. Photo by @magnusmarding; text by @adaesthete; styled by @jcbhrtzl
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