Design of tiny apartment with separate bedroom in Sweden (34 sqm)

This apartment of 34 sqm in Sweden is a good example of how to get the most out of a small ​​housing, which is especially true in our realities. Initially, it was an ordinary studio apartment, but the designers decided to reduce the kitchen size and thereby create a separate, albeit small, bedroom. Of course, there are pitfalls here as well – the bedroom turned out to be without windows, but thanks to the light decoration of the walls, it feels cozy and bright  – a great option for those who need to have a separate sleeping place. Everything else is very functional and stylish in a Scandinavian way. Let’s take a look!

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Anna Pufik is the founder and creative mind at blog. Anna specializes in interior design, together with her husband Sergiy they head the PH Studio design firm. She loves Scandinavian style and sophisticated timeless interiors. Follow Anna on Instagram.
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Comments: 3
  1. Natalie

    Скандинавские интерьеры как кофе при выборе духОв – чтобы глаз не замыливался от красок))) нравятся очень, хоть может и нет изысканности и явной индивидуальности, как в остальной Европе…но не о том… такое впечатление, что фотографы носят с собой одни и те же горшки с цветами, чтобы разбавить нюд :D

  2. Алена

    Ковер в ромбик в каждом скандинавском интерьере :)

    1. Anna Pufik (автор)

      Ну это выглядит классно + есть в ИКЕЕ:)

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