All posts with tag:posters

When Camilla found out that a neighbor was selling his living space, she was in seventh heaven with happiness, because she had long dreamed of combining two neighboring apartments and making a large common space. To bring the idea to life, Camilla had to draw more than 50 different floor plans and go through a…

This apartment in Sweden is a fairly typical example of Scandinavian housing, and that’s why it is interesting to us. There are almost no walls and partitions, but nevertheless, the space is clearly divided into three functional areas: kitchen-dining room, living room and bedroom. A large dining table is an important attribute for Swedes who…

Wall posters are another great budget-friendly way to spice up a boring space or make an interior more dramatic. Without posters, this small two-room apartment in Goteborg would be well, absolutely insipid: white walls and furniture, minimum decor, no prints and bright accents. But now the home seems both alive, bright and stylish – all…

The small total area of this one-bedroom apartment in Sweden did not hinder the use of interesting design solutions and rich color combinations. For example, the walls in the living room-kitchen are painted dark gray, while the floor was decided to be white. Framed posters look spectacular against the background of such walls, as well…

In this Swedish house, the breath of the south is clearly felt. Blue, yellow, fuchsia feel at home here, on a par with white and gray, which are usual for Scandinavian interiors. The tone in design is set by a blue kitchen with gold fittings and a hood, opposite the kitchen is a wall of…

For Danish stylist Mette Helena Rasmussen, Christmas starts much earlier than for most people. Due to private shootings of holiday catalogs for brands, the designer buys the first tree in September, and when, after the New Year, everyone throws away their trees for recycling, but picks them up and re-uses them to decorate their photo…