Normally Scandinavian interiors are compact enough, however, this apartment in Stockholm surprises with its big total area. On 161 square meters, there are three bedrooms, a living room, a dining room, a kitchen and three bathrooms. The special feature of the house is an old fireplace and a faience oven. These can often be found in Stockholm apartments, but they are very loved and cherished here. The apartment stands out thanks to posters and paintings, and especially laconicism in the combination of furniture and accessories. A perfect example of a modern city apartment!
Each country understands the coziness at home in its own way: for some warm colors are the most important, others find peace in the classic furniture. But this family house in Sweden is a beautiful example of the Scandinavian way of home comfort. Here we have white walls, an old stove, modern furniture and lots of DIY decor. Enjoy!
Two vintage faience ovens are really the central design elements in this 59 sq. meter apartment in Sweden. Most likely they inspired designers to use beige and orange details, which, like wood, give warmth and comfort to a monochrome interior. Scandinavians have a unique ability to skillfully decorate even the most ordinary nook – for example, a simple tiny balcony here was decorated with a garland, and now this is not just a boring balcony, but one of the main attractions in this home.
At first glance it may seem that the interior of this small Scandinavian apartment is slightly cluttered with details and objects in it do not quite fit together. But this is only the first impression, as with further observations, the space begins to attract with its uniqueness. Not everyone will decide on a wood stove in such a small house, but it is here, together with an armful of firewood, which also acts as a decor. Aged-with-time vintage dining table is simply gorgeous. Also, there are several figurines, the nicest of which is, of course, a white sheep in the corner of the living room. What an interesting home!