The interiors of this apartment in Stockholm captivate with their refined Scandinavian simplicity, attention to the smallest detail and a nice warm color scheme. By the character, the space can be attributed more to traditional style (vintage buffet in the dining room, old oven, wallpaper in the bedroom), although the light notes of modern design are also felt. Despite the presence of gray in the decoration of furniture, the home has enough wooden surfaces and beige tones to call it warm and cozy. Enjoy watching!
The main design feature of this modern two-bedroom apartment in Sweden is the contrasts of dark accents and white background. In the kitchen, dark cabinets and an island are contrasted with white tiles on an apron, in the living room – a sofa, carpet and wall decor act as expressive details against the white walls. The bathroom is a perfect example of a black and white design. As always – a stylish and functional home from Scandinavian designers!
Aged wooden furniture and sofas, natural pastel colors, fireplace – in this Swedish apartment, designers managed to skillfully convey the atmosphere of an old country house. In the interiors, there was also a place of even few modern details – refined coffee tables in the living room, a large glass table in one of the rooms, paintings on the walls. The home turned out very unique and cozy!
Black, white, gray and brown – this combination is increasingly becoming a classic for Scandinavian interiors. It is universal, but brown, beige or copper imparts warm to the room. It is this palette that was used in this apartment in Gothenburg, Sweden. Opposite wooden and brick walls helped to diversify the space in the main room, uniting the living room and kitchen space. There is also a bedroom and a small guest room with a couch. The home looks very stylish and comfy!
In this cozy little cottage in a quiet suburb of Stockholm, the elements of traditional Scandinavian country design and modern Swedish city apartments are mixed. As for the exterior, it is a typical private sector of Scandinavia – a black facade made of wood, with cozy windows in white framing, a small veranda and an open balcony. Inside a simple wooden wall and ceiling finish, as well as classic wallpaper perfectly coexists with modern furniture, tiles and stylish photo frames. Enjoy!
How often Scandinavian apartments and houses are blamed for their greyness and coolness. But today’s flat in Stockholm seems like want to prove to everyone: Swedish interiors can be very warm and heartful. And the main reason is the color scheme – gentle shades of beige and brown in this home attract a lot of sunlight and envelop the residents with a warming comfort. Inspiring!
The owner of this small apartment in Stockholm adores color. Therefore, right after she bought this home, she decided to repaint the walls in all the rooms to give each space its own atmosphere. For example, the living room is decorated in a beautiful unusual shade of peach color, at the same time a tiny kitchen and a bedroom are in darker colors. Such an interesting color design!
If gray and beige shades are rather common in Scandinavian interiors, then you will not often find an apartment in Sweden with green and yellow accents. These color details here are rather timid, not at all screaming, but even they, combined with snow-white decoration, add to the interiors an incredible freshness. The beautiful lemon tree seems to be the center of the whole home. It is echoed by paintings, textiles and greenery (this, by the way, is another proof that the plants wonderfully change the space). Nice city living!
If you remove all furniture and decor out of the living room and kitchen of this Swedish apartment, you will get a completely white box – the walls, ceiling and floor here are snow-white. Interior items here are also of a light palette, but thanks to calm pastel shades the cool white interiors gained cozy colors and lively touches. Great work with color.
Today we have a little wonder from Sweden. This miniature apartment in Stockholm, with only 23 sqm of total area, has among other important things a separate bedroom (albeit mezzanine) and even a small walk-in wardrobe. The flat also has a lot of style: nice color scheme of gray tones, wall frames, white modern kitchen – it turned out to be so cool and charming. Hope you’ll enjoy it!