Thanks to almost five meter high ceilings and huge windows on two walls, pleasant daylight penetrates into every corner of this wonderful Swedish apartment. Its unusual architecture was inherited by the school that was situated in this building many years ago, and the house itself was built in the distant 1850. The apartment plan is an open space with a bedroom on the mezzanine level, the interior feels airy and fresh. Enjoy!
In this spacious and very bright apartment just outside Stockholm, Sweden, the atmosphere of country living is felt literally in everything. The greenery surrounded the house from all sides and seems like it tries to get inside the home. The rooms are designed in such a way that the owners always have a feeling that they live in a small house of their own: natural materials, aged furniture, floral wallpaper. A wonderful home, where the soul rest!
We love everything about this apartment in Stockholm: the location in the heart of the Swedish capital, panoramic windows with a view of the cathedral and laconic, stylish interior. This is not a usual Scandinavian interior, but rather its more modern and expensive interpretation – such apartments we often see in latest movies and TV shows. But it still feels so cozy, especially if you are in the armchair in the evening in watching the city from above.
Scandinavian interiors are amazing! Even with the use of dark tones, they are cozy and fairly light. Just like this wonderful apartment of 51 sqm in Stockholm. The designer here used a rather unusual and, of course, a winning combination: shades of gray and blue plus warm brown. This trio changed the space abruptly. Some minor details and a couple of unusual pieces of furniture were added to complete the look. Great interior!
Studio apartments haves a number of advantages and are perfect for students, bachelors or very busy people – everything is compact and at hand. This Swedish apartment of 49 sqm is a great example of a modern open studio, designed in Scandinavian style – laconic, monochrome and stylish. The glass partition separating sleeping and living areas plays here only an aesthetic-decorative role as it provides a fairly nominal privacy. In general, wonderful accommodation!
The design of this cool Scandinavian apartment is built on contrasts: black kitchen furniture is contrasted with a white marble backsplash and light floors, a black round dining table with chairs looks very graphical against the backdrop of white walls. Throughout the flat, black and white photo frames adorn the walls as the finishing touch of this modern design. Only Scandinavians can do homes like this!
Despite all the austerity and minimalism, this small apartment in an old building in Stockholm leaves a pleasant impression. The whole deal, as we know, is in details, and they are chosen with a taste here. Black dining chairs on thin legs, decor of natural stone, textiles of light warm shades – designers managed to add trendy modern touches to the interior, highlighting the original structure of the rooms. Great budget home!
Despite the fact that this apartment is located in suburbs of Stockholm, in a place that looks like a countryside, in a rather simple and unremarkable house, the owners approached the design thoroughly. The interiors are decorated in a very refined and sophisticated style as if it is a housing of the urban family with a good tasted. Look at the gorgeous painted ceiling that feels like in some historical residence!
If you choose the right color of the walls, you can do almost without the wall decor at all – interesting color tones will attract all the attention and become a beautiful accent of any interior. In this Scandinavian apartment, the walls set the mood in each room and are an excellent background for a few, but stylish furniture. Beautiful!
The open living room in this modern apartment of 84 sqm in the old building in Stockholm has an impressive size, besides, it is not cluttered with furniture and decor. As if the author tells the observers “turn on your imagination, and think of what you would add to this interior, being its owner.” But the basis is certainly wonderful: high ceilings, gray walls, wooden floor. What a wonderful minimalist marble bathroom with copper details! Great job by Swedish designers.