The brick wall is not a new trend in the design and it feels already boring for some. But if you use it competently and in moderate quantities, you can still get a very stylish and memorable interior. In this Swedish apartment, the brick wall in the living room is very appropriate: high ceilings hint at the loft character of the space, also, only one wall is bricked, the rest are painted gray or white. The bedroom here is unexpectedly black with a secret extra place for sleeping on the mezzanine. Excellent city dwelling!
Not the first time that we notice that a light sofa and pastel gray walls form a very tempting and soft combination. Look at the living room of this unusual first-floor apartment in Stockholm – this was the method used that allowed creating a relaxing space. By the way, there are no prints and patterns in the design, only light monochrome fabrics and surfaces. Enjoy!
Ground floor apartment with a separate entrance fenced off from the street only by a low hedge – an unusual picture for our country, but in Scandinavia this is one of the most prestigious types of housing. This apartment in Stockholm is also very conveniently spread on two levels: a living room with a kitchen on the lower and bedrooms on the upper. Let’s have a look!
This modern apartment in Sweded with colonial motives in decoration inspires with cozy exotic touches. Filled with natural materials, it warms tactilely: the wooden finish of the accent wall, soft knitted plaids in which you want to wrap yourself, wooden steps that are pleasant to walk with bare feet, an abundance of ceramics and handmade textiles. The dining area is inspires with wicker furniture, it looks beautiful in contrast to the strict and simple geometry of the walls. The palm tree adds a touch of luxury to the main room. Enjoy!
This sunny ground floor apartment in Stockholm attracts the eye with its airiness and nice calm colors, thanks to which the photographs induce only warm feelings. Even though the interiors are decorated on a budget with many decor items bought in IKEA, there is the most important thing – a sense of coziness and comfort. And of course, a magnificent small terrace, that can be accessed from each room. Great!
Scandinavian interiors are sometimes blamed for lack of coziness and for slightly cold, lifeless atmosphere. But this hearty apartment in Stockholm just proves the opposite: the interiors breathes life, look simple but so warm and cozy. And the reason for that is a beautiful decor, skillfully chosen by the owner (who is on several photographs). Enjoy!
Pastel colors can be an excellent accent to a calm neutral interior. But in this lovely ground floor apartment in Netherlands, pastel shades are not just an addition, here they became the key decorative element that forms the look of the home. The pale light green walls in the living room are simply gorgeous, and the flamingo picture fits here ideally. Such a joyful modern home!
Usually, apartments on the ground floor are not very demanded, but this one has one big advantage – a wonderful private yard, which can be accessed directly from the living room. Just imagine how cool it is to spend evenings on the open air, have BBQ any time of the year, or just lie in the sun but living in the city center. The apartment interiors are also very bright and comfortable, there is an open living room connected to the kitchen, two bedrooms, even a small office nook. Simply a dream home!
We all love to walk the beautiful old streets of European towns, do window shopping and enter authentic family shops. But in Amsterdam, one of these cozy shops was recently transformed into a unique and charming home. The atmosphere in this apartment is very special as the windows face crowded streets. What do you think? Could you live here?:)
Sorry, this entry is only available in Russian. But you still can enjoy photos. Красивые большие окна – это половина успешного интерьера. А скандинавский стиль, с присущей сдержанностью, вместе с большими арочными окнами – это 100% успех. Данная квартира в Стокгольме занимает площадь около 200 кв. м и расположена в старой пивоварне 1600-х годов. Глядя на эти апартаменты невозможно отвести взгляд от огромных арочных окон, застекленных по всей высоте квартиры, которые насыщают пространство светом. Очень выигрышно смотрится контрастные рамы окон – они только подчеркивают и усиливают геометрию рисунка. Прекрасный ход – повторить рисунок окна с помощью внутренней стеклянной перегородки. Вариант функциональный и безусловно дизайнерски блестящий. В данном случае авторы проекта оформили квартиру в сочетании элементов скандинавского стиля, но внедрили очень много элементов роскоши: предметы искусства, много бронзы и золота. Очень наглядно это проявляется в дизайне ванной комнаты. Посмотрите – типичное для “северного” дизайна оформление белой плиткой “кабанчик”, серой затиркой. Но вся фурнитура золотого оттенка. Прекрасное сочетание […]