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Swedish homes can be as relaxed and creative as they are incredibly elegant. This time we have just the second option – in an apartment with a total area of ​​73 sqm there are two bedrooms, a kitchen, a living room and a balcony. High ceilings and stucco moldings on the walls inspired the owners…

This small one-bedroom apartment in Sweden is decorated in a calm, almost monochrome key, where the prevailing beige shades are in perfect harmony with the wooden floor and furniture. Thus, the spaces turned out to be as relaxing as possible and conducive to quality rest. The apartment has a rather unusual layout – a walk-through…

Loft spaces have entered our lives so deeply that nowadays such housing can be found for every taste – from extravagant and brutal, to calm and intended for family living. Today we have a story about the latter. This apartment is located in a former factory building in Stockholm, but the interiors are decorated in…

The owners decided to diversify the light interiors of their apartment in Sweden with the help of dark furniture, bright accents and objects with prints. For example, an ordinary sofa and table were diluted with an armchair and chairs with rattan inserts, and the living room space was decorated with square coffee tables. The printed…

Swedish and Scandinavian homes are interesting because their owners and designers are not afraid to experiment and mix different styles, textures, prints. For example, this apartment in Stockholm has a lot of vintage items, stucco moldings, old stoves, but it cannot be called old-fashioned at all. The designer has done a tremendous job, combining here…

This small attic apartment in Barcelona is an example of smart and stylish modern living for an active and purposeful girl. All the necessary functions for relaxing and receiving guests are perfectly implemented here: a large sofa with a view for a large company, a dining table for 6 persons (also a home office), a…

The owners of this spacious apartment in Sweden have filled the white and gray space with rich colors. They complemented their basic furnishings of white walls, stucco and wooden floors with bright decor pieces (much from Ikea) and cheerful paintings. At the same time, they managed to find a balance between classics and non-standard solutions:…

Scandinavian style is very versatile – we see it in numerous interiors in Sweden, Denmark, Norway. Even the simple beige-gray apartments of the Scandinavians turn into individual projects with interesting nuances and unexpected design techniques. This Stockholm 69 sqm apartment has a multifunctional and thought-out space of the kitchen-living room. There is a large area…