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!
Sometimes when we look at Scandinavian interiors, there is a clear desire to go and take half of the furniture out of our apartment to free up more space and let more air inside.:) Swedish designers are good in making the home lightweight and leaving more room for the life itself. Today we have a perfect example. Enjoy!
This bright apartment in Gothenburg with a total area of 67 sqm has totally open layout: all rooms are united into one large and light space. Only bedroom is partially separated with a partition from living and dining area. As a result, the interior is filled with natural light and there is a beautiful sense of freedom in this home. Awesome!
Today we have a wonderful Scandinavian apartment with an interesting layout and cool architectural features. The very first thing you notice when you enter is original brick arch which was used by designers as the main decor element. The kitchen here is also unusual – small, connecting corridor and living room, but very stylish. Also, we love the white staircase leading to the bedroom on the second floor. Realy unique home!
Sorry, this entry is only available in Russian. But you still can enjoy photos. Все-таки естественный свет – приятная роскошь в современных интерьерах. В жилых пространствах, которые купаются в дневном свете, легче дышится, есть ощущение свободы, их очень приятно и легко декорировать. Сегодня пред нам очень светлое, даже можно сказать воздушное жилье в Швеции – двухкомнатная квартира площадью 70 кв. м. Квартира почти вся белая, лишь кирпичная стена и легкий текстиль разбавили эту белизну. Приятного просмотра!
Sorry, this entry is only available in Russian. But you still can enjoy photos. Интерьер этой современной шведской квартиры построен на контрастах: темно-атмосферные гостиная и спальня с глубокими по цвету стенами противопоставляются белоснежной кухне, залитой дневным светом. Минимум мебели и максимум пространства – исконно скандинавский принцип реализован в этом интерьере очень наглядно. Интересно, что несмотря на преимущественно темные тона в палитре, проживает здесь девушка. Смотрим!