Still Life practice 2

We had another still life practice yesterday at the Interior Styling Master Class at Beckmans. Our mission was to create an advertising photo for one or several products from Lotta Agaton Shop. It was lots of fun, and so exciting to see how much everyone had developed! Elin Strömberg was our photographer for the day, and she did a great job again, as you can see below.


I am really happy with my photo this time, I feel like I found my style now.

This weekend is spent at Färgfabriken, shooting the graduation projects. I am already done, and I must say it feels good. I think the photo will be ok… I will publish the photos from this later, as they all need to go through some retouching etc.
Below are yesterday’s still lifes. Enjoy!
Styling: Anna Gorecki
Styling: Emelie Wååg
Styling: Emma Fexeus (me)
Styling: Klara Kristin
Styling: Maliin Stoor
Styling: Monica Hökars


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Ems Designblogg is all about Scandinavian style, soft minimalism and beautiful functionalism. The blog is Sweden's oldest interior design blog and has been up and running since 2005. I strive to fill it with a mix of inspirational and aspirational images from all over the world, while keeping true to my own voice and style, where transparency is key and creative criticism is highly valued. When I'm not blogging, I bake chocolate cakes for my kids, hang around Stockholm's cafés and drink way too many cappuccinos, do some occasional styling work, and try to fit in some inspiring travel adventures in between. If you have any suggestions, propositions for collaborations, other ideas or just want to say hi, throw an email at: [email protected].


  • SteMphanie
  • Fantastiskt fina skapelser ni fått till!

  • Väldigt fint!

  • You all did a great job. I'm really impressed!!! 🙂

  • Katy Vella Pace

    Your work is poetic Emma.

  • Katy Vella Pace

    Fine work all!

    Poetic work Emma.

  • Emma I love yours!! you did an awesome job.. well done

  • Thank you so much!! I think we did good. 🙂 And I'm so happy to hear that you think so too!

  • Gud vilka fina bilder älskar dem verkligen!!! 🙂

  • Fantastiska bilder, som vanligt. Det ska bli så kul att se era slutprojekt!

  • Yours is beautiful! I love these images..

    follow me.

    Aymee! x

  • I love the one you styled and the one with the boobies 🙂
    XX from Barcelona

  • I love the timber , ceramics , metal combinations and my favourite colors too….I have just started a collection of black myself ….looking forward to playing around with styling.

  • Din bild är sååå fin och min favorit. Fin jobbat!

  • Din bild är såå fin och min favorit. Fint jobbat!!

  • Önskar dig en fin lördag 🙂

  • Men åååh så snyggt! 🙂

  • Precis hur fint som helst Emma!! Bra jobbat. Ska bli väldigt kul att se examens-bilderna sedan också! Kram

  • Älskar lamporna av Emelie klarblom! Vart kan man köpa dom?

  • Thank you all so much!

    Sara, lamporna finns hos Lotta Agaton Shop.

  • Snyggt! Bra jobbat! Kul att få ta del av resultatet. Spännande med exjobbet sen då… Lycka till!

  • Lilly

    Jag saknar en diskussion av vad de här bilderna är för någonting. På många av bilderna är prylarna ett disparat hopplock av saker som ser fina ut ihop. Finns det fler dimensionser i de här bilderna som inte jag ser, eller är det bara just en bunt grejer som passar fint ihop?

  • Lilly, jag tycker nog ändå att de flesta bilderna har något slags sammanhållande tema. Men visst, en del valde nog bara saker som är snygga ihop utan någon större tanke bakom. Uppgiften var som sagt att skapa en reklambild för valfri produkt/er från Lottas butik.

    Jag kan egentligen bara svara för mig själv här, och temat för min porslinsreklambild är "saker man inte äter". Ungefär. Delar av maten som inte går att äta. Men det tror jag är rätt uppenbart?

  • Yours is most certainly my favorite and I would not just say that. I don't know how much of it was the photographer but the edges of the composition have been utilized in an interesting way, contrasting the photographic frame with organic lines rather than neatly containing it all in a rectangle, which is a common trend. And I'm always a sucker for odd object pairings. Well done.

  • Your still life is like an baroque poem. but quite minimalistic and modern. love that you used O-shapes as it is not so easy to play it out in an still life. of course your "classmates" did an excellent job as well.

  • Fint!!! 😀

  • Gorgeous work from everyone! I would love to attend a similar class in London. I featured a few from your selection along with my latest stying for the B&F catalogue

  • Love every single one of the stylings!!!

  • I love this life-composed little quiet. shows as in the full Extent interior designer simply are true artists

  • inspirerande

  • I was really enjoying watching all those life style details ..and maybe I like the most style by Anna Gorecki