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This five-room apartment in Goteborg impresses with its delicate color palette and carefully selected decor. Gray, milky, coffee, peach – all these shades perfectly emphasize the relaxed and happy atmosphere of the home. Together with the apartment, the owners got three old stoves at once, two of which are amazingly painted with plants and flowers….

The main space of this Swedish apartment in Sweden is conveniently divided by a small wall into two zones: a kitchen-dining room and a living room. This is very convenient for receiving guests or, for example, when parents are in the kitchen in the evening and children are watching TV. By the way, the living…

With an antique stove and modern sofa, classic stucco and trendy posters, elegant doors and decor by leading designer brands, this apartment in Goteborg is full of contrasts that only adorn it. The interiors exemplify fine modern classics, where timeless meets sophisticated contemporary style. We would also like to note the incredible amount of daylight…

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…

Built in 1886 in the town of Hilversum in the Netherlands, this farmhouse has recently been completely renovated. With great attention to detail and historical accuracy, the designer has preserved many elements of the building and interiors: windows, stone and wood floors, ceilings. Crossing the threshold, the owners and guests are immersed in a warm,…

In this apartment in Malmo, there are a lot of unfading details of Scandinavian classics: luxurious stoves in each room, stucco molding, floral wallpaper in the bedroom. These are the things for which we love Swedish architecture. But the interiors do not feel old-fashioned at all thanks to some modern solutions. For example, the living…

This Swedish apartment is a great example of integrating classics into modern interiors. The central elements were painted centuries-old faience stoves, and they do not age the space, but make it incredibly interesting. Modern furniture and a curious color scheme also help in this – it’s not just white and gray, olive, blue, and wine…