Black, white, gray and brown – this combination is increasingly becoming a classic for Scandinavian interiors. It is universal, but brown, beige or copper imparts warm to the room. It is this palette that was used in this apartment in Gothenburg, Sweden. Opposite wooden and brick walls helped to diversify the space in the main room, uniting the living room and kitchen space. There is also a bedroom and a small guest room with a couch. The home looks very stylish and comfy!
In this cozy little cottage in a quiet suburb of Stockholm, the elements of traditional Scandinavian country design and modern Swedish city apartments are mixed. As for the exterior, it is a typical private sector of Scandinavia – a black facade made of wood, with cozy windows in white framing, a small veranda and an open balcony. Inside a simple wooden wall and ceiling finish, as well as classic wallpaper perfectly coexists with modern furniture, tiles and stylish photo frames. Enjoy!
In the past, this building on the Estcourt Road in London was used as a tire shop, but in 2017 the house got a new life – not it’s a stylish modern apartment. The new design is based on the combination of black, white and gray colors with touches of warm tones. The home does not have many windows, but here it lots of light, thanks to the large window in the ceiling of the living room. The interiors are not overloaded with color combinations and complex shapes, but at the same time it turned out to be very voluminous, relief: wood, partitions, white brick wall, mosaic in the bathroom – all this makes the apartment look interesting and fee comfy.
To understand the design concept of this small Moscow apartment of 53 sqm, we need to take into account that the owners live in another country, they come to Russia quite often, but rather as for a business trip. Hence the restrained and strict character of the interiors, which we usually see in modern hotels of Paris or New York. The color scheme matches – calm and cool gray shades are ideal for this kind of home. Great design!
A house for a big family is always a challenge for a designer as it’s not easy to create a home both stylish and maximally functional. The huge total area of this residence in Denver, Colorado, fortunately helped to clear up and implement all the design ideas. The first floor is reserved for rooms where the whole family can spend time: a kitchen-living room, a quiet lounge-zone, a study and a stunning stylish bar that even hotels can envy. The second floor is a family area, with bedrooms and bathrooms. Bunk beds in kids rooms are so cool as they are convenient to climb, besides, they do not spoil the image of the house. And, of course, the heart of the residence is the verandas and backyard, it is difficult to imagine a more beautiful place to relax with friends and family.
Today we have a little wonder from Sweden. This miniature apartment in Stockholm, with only 23 sqm of total area, has among other important things a separate bedroom (albeit mezzanine) and even a small walk-in wardrobe. The flat also has a lot of style: nice color scheme of gray tones, wall frames, white modern kitchen – it turned out to be so cool and charming. Hope you’ll enjoy it!
We just cannot stop admiring Scandinavian design. The ease and sense of style with which Swedish designers create their spaces without big budgets is something amazing. This one bedroom apartment in Stockholm is another good example of this – the interiors are rather simple and plain, but incredibly cozy and beautiful to watch. Excellent budget living!
Before replanning this Swedish apartment of 69 sqm had one open living space, only the small entry area and bathroom were separated. Designers built one additional wall, thus creating a small bedroom, and the remaining area was left for combined living room with kitchen. The interiors have lots of open shelving and small decor details, which certainly adds life to this home. Beautiful and functional!
Today we have an excellent example of an interesting solution to the small space decoration dilemma. In essence, this Swedish apartment has one common space of 34 sqm which was skilfully zoned and decorated. Again, a glass partition is here to help designers, as they allowed to install a private sleeping space for two. We also loved to admit lots of storage – seems like numerous cabinets can hide hundreds of small home accessories and stuff. Excellent budget accommodation!
At first glance, it may seem that this Scandinavian apartment is very large and spacious. In fact, the designers just decided to make the entire space of a small one-room apartment completely open, connecting all the functional areas into one. Even the bedroom is separated from the large common space by a completely transparent glass partition. How do you like this?