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Hagler's dining room is subtle but bold in her signature crisp black and white palette. Ikea sideboards store essential dishes, while decorative items are put on display on shelves.
"I like simple things," says Hagler. "Too much color overwhelms me, so it seemed natural to choose a simple black and white, neutral color palette. This way it's easier to layer colors without it feeling overdone."
Hagler especially loves the Design House Stockholm rug in her living room, which she found at House & Hold. "After searching for so long for the right rug, we love this leather-trimmed woven rug so much," she says. "It's equal parts durable and attractive, and I think it really brings together all the other elements of the room."
An Ikea bedframe in the master bedroom plays off of Hagler's Scandinavian style. A striped rug, a gold pillow and Componibili tables provide the only necessary decor in this soothing space.
Because Hagler's home is rented, there's plenty she'd like to change if she could — namely the wall-to-wall carpeting. For now, she does her best to make do with cute rugs and cowhides on top of the carpeting in every room.
Hagler created these diorama-style shelves in the master bedroom using old wooden wine crates. Screwed onto the wall and painted in white, the old crates became instant display cases.
The midcentury-style desk is a find from a local store; Hagler had it refinished to pristine condition. Industrial and modern accessories, such as the glass cube lamp from Design House Stockholm, contribute to Hagler's signature look.