This small Swedish apartment has a rather complicated layout: no corridor, tiny kitchen and connected rooms. In addition, the total area of 46 sqm is not the most impressive. But the home attracts its lovely decoration and Scandinavian strict aesthetics, built on a monochrome gray scheme. Stylish and cozy living!
If you like to stay in rental apartments rather than in hotels while traveling and if you are a fan of Scandinavian style, then you’ll love this small but lovely rental flat t in the Polish city of Lodz. The rooms here are completely white, only the sofa and the old stove in the living room dilutes the sterile whiteness. As it is a rental apartment, the layout is smart and functional: there are a separate bedroom and a small kitchen despite the total area of only 35 sqm. Such an airy home!
Blue color is becoming more and more popular recently, it can be found in many new design projects around the world. Since the Scandinavians are always at the forefront of design, no wonder this small flat in Stockholm is so trendy and stylish. The blue here is presented in various elements – from fine decor to the color of the walls in the bedroom. Hope you’ll like it!
This small apartment of 50 sqm in Odesa, Ukraine, was originally designed for rent, therefore, minimalism and practicality here came to the fore. There are only the most necessary items and almost no decor in this home. But, the main feature is, of course, a glass cube where the private bedroom hid. Simple and great solution!
Irina Sazonova believes that inside every woman there is a little girl who at the end of a difficult day, returning home, wants to take a break from adult life, relax on a swing, paint with chalk. The designer tried to realize this idea in the charming airy apartment of 43 sqm located in Kyiv, Ukraine. The abundance of white, pastel pink accents, beautiful floral wallpaper in the bedroom and a romantic hanging chair – here you can just stay young and carefree. Great home!
If every square meter of living space is used efficiently, incredible things could happen. This compact two-room apartment of 28 sqm in Sweden is a real miracle. The most important thing here is separate zones for public and private (though very small) use which is hard to do given the total area. Of course, someone will say corridor is missing but this specific layout definitely has the right to exist!
Sometimes for happiness you don’t need much. It can be simply a tiny charming apartment of 34 sqm on the top floor under the roof, with sloping ceilings and a cozy small kitchen. It’s like going up into your grand mother’s country cottage attic and living there for your own pleasure. This nice attic apartment in Stockholm evokes exactly such kind of feeling. Enjoy!
In Spain people are very proud of their magnificent historical architecture, therefore often try to preserve the original structural elements of buildings when reconstructing housing, and it’s just wonderful! This small apartment in Barcelona with an area of 40 sqm looks simply charming thanks to this – beautiful vaulted ceilings definitely add romance to the interior. And if you also take into account beautiful large windows and bright decor, then the owners can only be envied. Excellent city shelter!
A house in the mountains is a real dream, especially for those who live in the city all the time. At least, a small cozy cottage, just like this Spanish cabanita with a total area of only 90 square meters. Such houses are so tempting and attracting with their coziness and ability to unite with nature. Just look how cute it is, how harmoniously he blended into the surrounding woods. Despite the size, 9 people can comfortably settle here. It’s just wonderful!
Designers and decorators know all the latest trends in the world of interiors, so their homes are usually full with stylish details and fashionable tricks. Swedish decorator Mimmi Johansson has just finished her own apartment and it’s a perfect example of such. The apartment is small in size, only 46 square meters, but Mimmi did everything to feel great in it. We love almost everything here: pastel palette, velvet furniture, black kitchen, layout. Trendy Scandinavian design!