Gray, but not boring – this is how we can describe this apartment in Sweden. Despite the fact that the entire interior is decorated in various shades of grey, it does not look dull. The monochrome palette is diluted by milky shades, light wood, as well as powder pink and light green. Plants, mirrors and interesting lamps made the interiors even more attactive. It’s amazing how cozy and stylish can be gray space. See for yourself.
Daniel Lindstrom works as an editor at the popular Swedish men’s magazine CAFE, where he heads the fashion department. Recently Daniel also tried himself as an interior designer, having decorated his apartment with a terrace, where he lives with wife and children. You will be very surprised, but this Scandinavian home has a lot of gray color:), but it is more important to pay attention to stylish, exquisite details, which the owner skillfully added to the interiors. Enjoy!
The color scheme of this Georgian townhouse in north London is fairly monochrome and neutral, with light gray and white colors ruling the ball here. The English style is recognized in the classic forms of upholstered furniture, books, textiles, but it’s not totally without elements of modern design. The owners really wanted to get a quiet and relaxing home, where they could hide from the city bustle, and thanks to Studio Duggan they got it!
The truth is that beloved home can inspire a person to create. Some time ago we posted about a wonderful young Swedish brand Layered. and its founder Malin Glemme says she was inspired to create a collection of furniture just after moving to her new apartment in the suburbs of Stockholm. This stunning dwelling is located in an old 100-year-old villa with only 5 apartments and has a total area of about 200 sqm. Interiors are the epitome of the company’s main concept that implies multilayered and elegant spaces. Enjoy!
This small apartment in Stockholm has a total area of a hotel room – only 26 sqm, but look how smartly it is designed! It offers pretty good conditions for a young family of two living (as much as possible in such a tiny space) – there is a comfy place to rest, read a book, compact kitchen and dining. An excellent option for those who are not so often at home!
Grey interiors can be light and airy (like here), but they can also be muted and atmospheric, like in this Swedish apartment. Several shades of grey were used in decoration and thanks to this the space looks rich and noble. But it’s not only about color: moldings, wooden panels on the walls and windows, exquisite textiles – the home in general feels very harmonious!
This modern Swedish apartment with the walls painted gray looks very bright and even airy. Large windows and their white slopes also contributed to the overall impression of the home, which literally bathes in the gentle daylight. The spaces are not overloaded with items, and those few interior details are mostly white. Joyful home!
Swedish photographer Ragnar Omarsson adores gray color and all its shades. Just look through his portfolio and you will immediately understand that interiors in this scheme make up almost half of his works. Not surprisingly, in his house near Stockholm, gray also plays a key role, although it is complemented by a bright decor. In general, the interiors of the house turned out to be quite stylish, with a city character, but at the same time very comfortable. Cozy nest of a modern family!
When an interior is quite small in size, some simple and useful design solutions can be applied. Swedish designers in this Stockholm apartment made one of the walls mirrored and as a result – the room now looks more spacious. In addition, such mirror surface perfectly complemented the elegant and noble concept of the apartment that was created with the help of stylish furniture and decor. Lovely home!
Country home and natural materials is always a great combination. Not every apartment can have wooden beams, a fireplace, a dining area-veranda – all these are attributes of a country house. After all, when from your windows you see a lawn, a garden and a piece of wood, natural materials look incredibly organic. In the spacious and bright house in Hamptons, there are also leather furniture, ethnic accessories, and of course loft style elements. Very cool and inspiring home with an abundance of interesting details!