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.
Petra Bindel is one of those Swedish photographers who present a creative modern Scandinavian design. The interiors she shoots are usually interesting and fresh, and the color scheme is diverse. Her talent has already been appreciated by leading Swedish home brands and designers, and her works are often found on the first pages of best interior magazines. Enjoy the best photos from her portfolio!
Black and white interiors are usually loved by those who prefer minimalism and graphics. But it is very important that black and white home is cozy and bright. This attic apartment in Sweden is exactly like this: graphic, interesting and very homey. Here we have few small other color inclusions: leather armchair, wooden table and several gray details. The whole interior is united by one idea, and even the smallest accessories, like candles, books, paintings, everything works for a common image. Excellent modern apartment!
New interiors from IKEA‘s upcoming Fall collection are just fascinating! Despite the fact that this is Scandinavian design, there are no white or just light spaces, rather very dramatic rich-colored (often dark) scheme. Our special love goes to beautiful interiors with green walls, the atmosphere in which in some ways is even fabulous. Enjoy!
This lovely apartment under the roof in Stockholm feels like the attic at the grandmother’s house, simple and cozy. The airy and light-filled open space of the living room occupies most of the small total area of 50 sqm. It’s interesting that this tiny home has two separate bedrooms: the bigger master bedroom and very tiny one at the mezzanine level. Such a nice home!
Sometimes Scandinavian interiors can be too gray and cold, but not this wonderful apartment in Gothenburg. Here Swedish designers added some warmth to the white-and-gray palette: light wood, brown and powder toned accessories and textiles. Red brick wall in the kitchen perfectly fits the interiors and looks very organic. Some black and gold details, as well as textiles with a geometric print, were also added to complete this stylish interior. Great home!
Popular home brands are slowly preparing for the next season and autumn notes are already felt in their fresh photosets. The Swedish H&M Home slightly opened the veil over its future Autumn 2017 collection and showed some wonderful designs with their new products. The interiors are still very warm in color, but the shades are already more saturated with some accents of dark colors. WE love the mustard-beige combinations with ethnic motifs in textiles. Inspiring, as always.
This small Swedish apartment has a rather complicated layout: no corridor, tiny kitchen and connected rooms. In addition, the total area of 46 sqm is not the most impressive. But the home attracts its lovely decoration and Scandinavian strict aesthetics, built on a monochrome gray scheme. Stylish and cozy living!
Scandinavian interior does not need to be just black and white or monochrome gray. The owners of this Swedish apartment have chosen for their home different color combinations for each room. White used in furniture, and black as an accent. The living room is decorated with contrasting tones: a magnificent white oven of the early 20th century and dark walls with a collage of bright modern pictures in frames. The main bedroom is painted in a cozy beige, and the guest bedroom is in a beautiful shade of green. Great city living!
There is a spirit of art in this Stockholm apartment: paintings and photographs in frames occupy all walls in the living room, plenty of books in each room, artistic wall decor and high ceilings. The design here is generally modern, although some vintage details have been found in the decoration. Light and beautiful city home!