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!
The design of this Scandinavian apartment is created around warm shades of beige: the wall paint in the living room, leather sofa, wallpaper in the bedroom, wooden furniture throughout the home. The refinement and style were added by black and white photographs in frames on the wall and contrasting dark decor elements. Because of this, interiors (especially living room with kitchen) look like from an interior magazine, although this is an ordinary Swedish apartment from the site of a local real estate agency. Great!
Sorry, this entry is only available in Russian. But you still can enjoy photos. Сдержанный минимализм и лепнина на стенах и потолке вполне могут уживаться – доказывает этот интерьер квартиры в Гётеборге. Гостиная здесь проходная и ведет в две спальни – получается красивая перспектива, украшают которую помпезные дверные наличники и необычные люстры. Квартира просторная (114 кв.м) так что, помимо стандартных спален, кухни и гостиной, здесь нашлось место для столовой и второго санузла. И, конечно, сложно представить шведскую квартиру без уютного балкона, утопающего в зелени.
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!
Scandinavian interiors are sometimes blamed for lack of coziness and for slightly cold, lifeless atmosphere. But this hearty apartment in Stockholm just proves the opposite: the interiors breathes life, look simple but so warm and cozy. And the reason for that is a beautiful decor, skillfully chosen by the owner (who is on several photographs). Enjoy!
Georgeous low-rise building in which this modern two-level apartment is located used to be an old brewery, but now it is a unique apartment house with few apartments with a unique architecture and a quiet inner courtyard. This apartment occupied the first two floors of the building and has an interesting layout: on the lower level there is a kitchen with a dining room, and all living rooms are on the top floor. Interiors are an example of a very stylish modern Scandinavian design – a monochrome gamma with contrasting black and white combinations and metal elements perfectly fitted into the overall concept of the residential complex. Great project!
This small Swedish apartment of 41 sqm simply bathes in natural light: high ceilings and large windows, all-white interiors, glass partitions separating the bedrooms. Only the floor here is dark in color, all other design elements are made either in white or in light tones. If the ceilings are so high, then why not make a mezzanine bedroom – the Scandinavians often use this technique. Very light and compact city living!
Imagine an ideal living room, which has a large sofa and armchair for the whole family, a working area with a table (which can turn into a dining table), a roomy closet, and a cozy place by the window for reading and dreaming. But actually, you do not have to imagine because IKEA has created such a living room on the area of 29 sqm. In addition to its functionality, the room looks very stylish due to the beautiful colors and trendy furniture. Enjoy!
In this very bright one-bedroom apartment of 73 sqm plants and nature is the main theme in decoration. Each of the rooms is filled up with live plants in pots, from trees to small wildflowers. This gives the interiors summer feel and freshness. In addition, botanical motifs are also in wall decor: a beautiful shade of green in the living room, cool wallpaper in the bedroom, wooden furniture and details. An excellent example of a city living!
This flat has everything needed for a busy city girl who values her time and comfort. But the main advantage of this home is compactness. Just look how many wonderful storage or zoning ideas are here. Seems like it’s not possible to find more functional and comfortable home on 36 sqm than this. There is even a separate bedroom. At the same time, the apartment is not cluttered at all. And how do you like the romantic roof terrace, which goes with the flat? What a wonderful home!