时间：2018-12-13 来源：网络 作者：网络 阅读量：
I am especially pleased with the boards on the walls, says Lindvall, made from expanded metal that I found in Germany, cut into smaller segments and placed in black lacquered steel frames, which gives a hint of Art Deco style. Many interior details were found from auctions, and I have been searching online for unique materials and objects that have not been seen before, like the pendants we imported from China, and the French oyster baskets holding the menus. I designed the tables and sofas and had them made by a carpenter in Lithuania, sending material samples back and fourth until we found the perfect finish. The big fig tree at the entrance was a special request that I ordered from Ulriksdals Trädgårdar and chose mainly for the amazing gray bark. The tree is in full bloom now, so the trunk isn’t that visible, giving a very different expression than in the winter when it is all bare and minimalist.