Alt-bau Liebe by Magdalena Lindstedt

Styling for Real Estate Agency by Magdalena Lindstedt

Home Staging by Magdalena Lindstedt

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Home Staging by Magdalena Lindstedt

Through thoughtfully selected interior design and well-composed imagery, I create an attractive and inviting environment, which successfully enhances the inner qualities of the apartment before sale. This aids the potential buyer to mentally ‘move in’ even prior to a viewing! My goal is to give you the edge in regards to your housing business, which in turn satisfies sellers as well as buyers.  

This Home Staging project was for the Real Estate Agency Fantastic Frank.
Shot by: Khuong Nugyen

A Scandinavian Home by Magdalena Lindstedt

Interior design of private home in Berlin. Furniture and décor is selected based on budget and wishes from the client and in close collaboration to make sure the end result is everything they wanted, and more.

Photography: Oskar Melander

Art Direction Campaign by Magdalena Lindstedt

This catalogue campaign was created for the online homeware and luxury texile brand Urbanara, for their autumn / winter season. The art direction of the campaign is influenced by mid-century designs and colours, with teak wood and deep greens and reds throughout the photography and product line.

Photography: Anders Schønnemann

Kitchen made smart by Magdalena Lindstedt


This kitchen is designed for the E-Commerce giant of home ware Wayfair, for their European head quarter. The kitchen is made completely from IKEA products but with smart, and thought through decisions the end result is a high end, classic and well designed space. Herringbone metro tiling helps to create an unique and elaborated style while simple grey cabinets matched with a dark brown wooden kitchen counter grounds the classic and minimalistic look.

Photography: Oskar Melander

Store Design by Magdalena Lindstedt

Developed the interior- and exhibition design for the first pop-up shop by the Berlin based, high end home ware and textile brand Urbanara. The shop is located in the mall Bikini Berlin in Charlottenburg and had industrial influences from the architecture of the building. Colors and materials are natural but according to the brand color palette.

Photography: Nicola Walsh