Some interiors could have a masculine character or raw decor elements, but there are spaces that are real bachelor caves – just like this apartment in Sweden. The home was created for a single man, and it is his environment, where he feels comfortable to the fullest. The stylist picked up the perfect entourage for such a space: carelessly scattered clothes, dark pottery, ethnic decor of natural materials. Even a man model was invited for a photo shoot.:) Such a moody home!
This small Scandinavian apartment is open to a lovely courtyard. Its light, air and the atmosphere of romance freely penetrate into the home. Slipping off the roofs, warm terracotta shades first painted the delicate balcony, ran past the laconic white kitchen. Powder pink gently touched pillows, paintings and lampshades in the living room with its haze. Easy breakfast in the mini dining room at a small table, as in a street cafe. Or maybe sincere conversations in the evening on the open air? Herbal tea, plaid and glare of light bulbs… All in this space is a part of an open dialogue with the street and the roof slopes. Lovely!
All the walls, ceilings and floors of this Gothenburg apartment are painted white. The owners are clearly big fans of this color and feel in such a space as if in their natural environment. In terms of decor, a snow-white base is always a win-win option, as almost any color accents and objects will look great. In this home, there are only a few inserts of brown and black which emphasizes the designer’s aim for minimalism in everything. Very clean, bright and airy accommodation that inspires. Do you also think so?
This space was once an ordinary and dull attic space, but Swedish designers turned its flows into advantages. Now it is a beautiful apartment with a unique architecture and unusual ceilings, thanks to which the interiors are bathed in gentle daylight. Inspiring!
In one of the quiet suburbs of Swedish city of Gothenburg, there is a small oasis with the atmosphere of old England. A few townhouse blocks inspired by English architecture form a private quarter with own territory and infrastructure. In one of these townhouses, designers have tried to create a country house feel with wooden beams on the ceilings, a country-style kitchen, and aged furnishings. The result is a unique home with its character!
If you thought Scandinavian interiors are only for beautiful old buildings in the center of Stockholm or modern villas, then this is not so. Today we have an ordinary apartment with low ceilings and a small total area in the typical sleeping area of Gothenburg. Most of the space is occupied by a cool kitchen with a living room decorated in a win-win white. In addition, the room is beautifully zoned with a simple partition with niches. Great budget dwelling!
This two-level apartment in Gothenburg, Sweden, showcases an interesting design solution: the original brickwork of the 1885 building was completely preserved on one of the walls. And this wall is common for both levels, which makes the apartment space integral and harmonious. Thanks to this technique, the completely white interior immediately got unique and so stylish features. Great!
When a space is completely white in its finishing then style and character of a home are set with the help of decor and objects, so designers this case can use their creativity. For the interiors of this one-bedroom apartment in Gothenburg, an elegant modern style was chosen and it is created by chic pieces of furniture and lighting, golden and silver details, velvet textiles. We think the designer managed to find a wonderful mix!
This wonderful apartment on the top floor in Gothenburg attracts not only with beautiful sloped ceilings but also with a plenty of windows along the entire perimeter of the flat. Thanks to this, the whole home baths in the gentle daylight. The room decor is simple, but everything is in its place: a gallery of framed photos on the wall, floral wallpaper in the bedroom, contrast white and gray palette. Nice home with no frills!
Houses with magnificent architecture and history have always admired us. And the Scandinavians, like no other, can masterfully integrate modern design into historical buildings. This apartment in a 100-year-old house in the center of Gothenburg is just the case. The ceiling is just awesome!