Lots of details and nice little things in design does not mean that the owners have nowhere to put them. Such accessories, on the contrary, refresh the house or apartment, fill it with life and coziness. A vivid proof of this is this bright home in Sweden. There are so many details of different colors and “caliber”: lamps, kitchenware, decor, textiles, and, of course, paintings and books. Looking at these photos, it is clear that a happy and friendly family lives here. What a great home!
Brazil as always entertain us with bold and colorful design, and this time it’s also about interesting solutions for small spaces. This bright apartment in Sao Paulo has an area of just 55 sqm but thanks to an open layout and abundant natural light it seems much larger and more spacious. It is necessary to admit color scheme of such unusual shades and combinations. Enjoy!
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.
This wonderful apartment in Stockholm shows perfectly that plenty of details in the decor could be a good way to add a highlight to your home and make it special. Also, the zoning and furniture arrangement here is just right: apartment’s total area is not so big (only 64 sq.m), but it looks much more spacious. Also note how interesting the Scandinavian interior can be if you take it as a base and add color accents, lots of light and unusual details. So, this style does not at all imply strict minimalism and a combination of white and gray. And we really liked the balcony in this apartment – drinking coffee in the morning with a view of the awakening city is priceless!
Retro and classics could not be better friends like in the interior of this apartment in Paris. Furniture of the 60’s neighbors here with stucco and crystal chandeliers. By the way, such bright colors (blue, orange, pink), are not typical for Parisian interiors, but what a wonderful mix they can make when used properly. A special mood in the apartment is also created by numerous photographs and paintings, unusual mirrors and lamps. Looking at this interior, you understand what is a real Parisian chic!
All the shades of gray, blue and purple – this is how the design of this Scandinavian apartment is made. These are the colors of an overcast autumn city: the gray sky, trees almost without foliage and more bright facades of buildings. This interior in many ways illustrates this image. Dark furniture here played great in contrast with pastel tones, and white color helped the apartment to become as bright as possible. Beautiful palette framed by interesting decor. Great home!
The mix of gray, white and black in this Swedish apartment is diluted with pink accents, including a beautiful vintage pink sofa. The kitchen here is neatly inserted into the living room and does not have much space. There is also a small bedroom, a kids room and a compact bathroom. Incidentally, the bedroom has some lovely retro feel – floral wallpaper, a mini cabinet built into the wall, and antique items, but all this is perfectly adjacent to modern furniture. There are also knitting needles in the nursery – look at this antique baby crib. Wonderful home, modern and at the same time extraordinary!
Swedish designers perfectly know how to combine simplicity and chic, just look at this stylish interior in Gothenburg! Scandinavian modesty here is supplemented with stucco and crystal chandeliers, and a black and white palette is mixed with the details and furniture of powder and brown shades. In such a monochrome interior, it is very important to maintain a balance, here it was done with living plants and the tasteful accents. And a wonderful garland with lamps on the balcony creates a unique atmosphere in the evening they. Nice and memorable apartment!
38 sqm – not a big space to make something functional and stylish. But Swedish designers managed to do it. In this tiny Stockholm apartment, there is a connected kitchen-living room, a bedroom, a spacious hall, a bathroom and a veranda. It’s important to mention the sleeping area is located above the living room – you have to climb up the stairs. This house is perfect for a student or a young couple as there is everything for a comfortable city life!
Sorry, this entry is only available in Russian. But you still can enjoy photos. Близ озера Järla в Швеции, в здании бывшего кожевенного завода теперь можно приобрести вот такую прекрасную квартиру. Высота потолков примерно 4,4 м в сочетании с большими окнами создает пространство, наполненное светом и воздухом. Интерьер апартаментов оформлен сдержанно и элегантно, во многом благодаря цветовой палитре, в основе которой лежат оттенки серого, что всегда привносит изысканность и некую строгость в общую атмосферу. Что касается функциональности, то места для хранения здесь достаточно – и в спальне есть вместительные шкафы, а также встроены отделения под лестницу, и есть небольшой чердак, который можно оборудовать под кладовую или дополнительную спальню при необходимости. Замечательное городское жилье!