Small Stockholm apartment with plenty of vintage decor (50 sqm)

Open space and minimalism are now in trend, but there are people for whom things that are close to heart and personal collections are more important than living space. Each corner of this not the largest apartment in Stockholm is filled with various vintage details, statues, whimsical decor pieces. It seems that the home is fully packed with things, but the owner just feels the ideal home is this way. Enjoy!

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Stylish shades and art objects: actor’s home in Stockholm

Famous Swedish actor Andreas Wilson and his wife recently moved to the suburbs of Stockholm to the home of her parents, but in design nothing says the house is more than a dozen years old. Andreas was lucky: his wife is the interior designer and it was she who made the beautiful transformation of the old cottage into a stylish modern home of a young and progressive city couple. The design is dominated by stylish gray-blue shades and art objects that filled almost all the wall space. Enjoy!

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Soulful small apartment in Stockholm (40 sqm)

Do not look for exquisite design solutions and art objects in decor in this charming Swedish apartment. This is a simple, but very soulful nest, created by the owners for a happy everyday life, with all its “imperfections” and light creative mess. And yet, it was not without clever zoning and interesting storage ideas. Enjoy!

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Spacious apartment with artistic decor in Stockholm

A spacious apartment in the heart of the city is a dream for any city person, and when it’s this stylish, it just gets ideal! The Stockholm apartment designed in modern Scandinavian styles amazes with its size: a huge bedroom with a dressing room, a bathroom with a sauna and a kitchen with a wine fridge. By the way, the cooker hood is so cool – the mirror is an unusual solution. We loved the big collection of paintings that contrasts with the interior and gives it a twist. Impressive home!

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Shades of green in top-floor Scandinavian apartment (65 sqm)

Green color and its variations is an excellent alternative to grey, which became so widespread recently. In the design of this apartment on the top floor in Stockholm, green is the main theme in decoration. Designers have chosen beautiful and stylish shades for furniture and accessories, and live plants perfectly complement the picture. The home looks and feels very fresh and non-trivial!

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Chic dark tones in Stockholm apartment (50 sqm)

This small one-bedroom apartment of 50 sqm in Stockholm would be perfect for a person working in fashion industry or an editor of a glossy magazine, as the interior is full of trendy decor items. Textures, pictures in frames, modern pieces of furniture, exotic plants – the decorator feels the style so well. But a special aura here, of course, is set by a color range of moody dark tones. A memorable home!

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Milk coffee: Swedish apartment with warm beige interiors (66 sqm)

Grey color in interior design, despite the general popularity, is often perceived by many as cold and uncomfortable. But if you still want a relaxing, light and easy soft scheme, then you should pay attention to soft pastel-beige tones, just like in this charming two-bedroom apartment in Stockholm. Here, the beige tones are diluted with brown accents and the palette looks like coffee with milk. Wonderful!

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Gothenburg apartment with soft grey interiors (78 sqm)

Thanks to the abundance of plaids, tender-pastel pillows and a high pile carpet in the living room, this Scandinavian home in the grey tones feels so soft and charming. In the kitchen, there are clear hints of suburban life: painted wooden panel on the walls, vintage dining table and chairs, jars on the shelves. Every corner in this home was decorated with great love and with lots of heart!

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Contrast interiors with retro touch in Stockholm (87 sqm)

A delicate mix of dark tones and contrasting details, pieces of retro furniture, expressive pictures and photos in frames – this is very unusual and even a bit mysterious home. The apartment most likely belongs to a man of art, a creative person, maybe a writer, who often likes to “go into himself” and who needs a special aura. In any case, it’s definitely a design worth looking closer!

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Contemporary lake house of concrete with a swimming pool

It’s amazing how the architecture of this contemporary residence in the suburbs of Stockholm has only 4 parallel concrete walls, which are connected by glass partitions to form interior spaces! Such a structure helped to maximally open the house to natural light and nature, and also virtually clear the boundaries between interiors and the environment. The house also has its own swimming pool and access to the lake. Impressive design!

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