Sorry, this entry is only available in Russian. But you still can enjoy photos. Зеленый бархатный диван – это главная фишка и основной цветовой акцент в интерьере этой элегантной трехкомнатной квартиры в Стокгольме. Благодаря ему монохромное серо-белое жилье обрело свою индивидуальность и характер, а также модные современные черты. Нельзя не отметить отдельную комнату-библиотеку с пианино и гитарой – это рай для творческих людей!
Serene, noble, elegant and cozy – these words can be easily applied to describe this beautiful Stockholm apartment. Here the gorgeous antique bureau in the living room successfully coexists with austere modern armchairs, and stylish photos in frames do not argue with the original stucco on the walls. The color scheme, gentle and warm, just completes so cozy image of this home. Pure beauty!
The second life may be given not only to old houses with several hundred years of history but also to architectural objects of the 20th century. A new Stockholm hotel At Six is situated in a building that not so long ago was occupied by local bank. The interiors of the hotel are dominated by dark gray shades with rare impregnations of white and brown. There are rooms of six different categories, a gym, conference rooms, a restaurant and several bars. In general, the hotel is designed for business travelers, hence the clean lines minimalist style in design. After all, hotels At Six represents the true spirit of Scandinavia!
Scandinavian interiors are sometimes blamed for lack of life and for a too sterile look, but this apartment is definitely not the case. The rooms look alive and livable, carelessly scattered pillows, rugs create a real and fair comfort. Even the bed in the bedroom is quite sloppy, but still it looks attractive. An excellent example of a simple but beautiful home!
Adding vintage aged or worn decor items into an elegant modern interior is an excellent and so popular recent trend in design especially if it is an apartment in a historic building. There are not much of such details in this Swedish apartment, but they certainly add a character to very sophisticated modern interiors. Home for people with a good taste!
One can tell this apartment in Sweden was designed for a girl only by posters of a pale pink shade, feminine photographs in and a velvet pouf in the living room. If you take them away, you get a pretty neutral Scandinavian interior in its best form. We also liked the laconic leather sofa, which fits perfectly into the overall image. Simple and stylish!
The truth is that beloved home can inspire a person to create. Some time ago we posted about a wonderful young Swedish brand Layered. and its founder Malin Glemme says she was inspired to create a collection of furniture just after moving to her new apartment in the suburbs of Stockholm. This stunning dwelling is located in an old 100-year-old villa with only 5 apartments and has a total area of about 200 sqm. Interiors are the epitome of the company’s main concept that implies multilayered and elegant spaces. Enjoy!
This small apartment in Stockholm has a total area of a hotel room – only 26 sqm, but look how smartly it is designed! It offers pretty good conditions for a young family of two living (as much as possible in such a tiny space) – there is a comfy place to rest, read a book, compact kitchen and dining. An excellent option for those who are not so often at home!
This two-bedroom apartment in Stockholm is a perfect example of a modern Scandinavian-style dwelling. Grey-toned walls, stylish photographs and posters in frames, bright textiles, minimalist kitchen in blue color and gold details in the bathroom – everything that the northern designer love recently. And we just want to admit that the apartment looks great!
We really like Scandinavian interiors and often post them here. Usually, it is a city flat or apartment, while Swedish country houses are rare guests on the pages of our site. But recently we found a real little treasure – a wonderful villa in the suburbs of Stockholm, which was built at the beginning of the last century. The interiors are surprisingly traditional and impregnated with history, but at the same time refined and cozy. Lovely design!