We love everything about this apartment in Stockholm: the location in the heart of the Swedish capital, panoramic windows with a view of the cathedral and laconic, stylish interior. This is not a usual Scandinavian interior, but rather its more modern and expensive interpretation – such apartments we often see in latest movies and TV shows. But it still feels so cozy, especially if you are in the armchair in the evening in watching the city from above.
Scandinavian interiors are amazing! Even with the use of dark tones, they are cozy and fairly light. Just like this wonderful apartment of 51 sqm in Stockholm. The designer here used a rather unusual and, of course, a winning combination: shades of gray and blue plus warm brown. This trio changed the space abruptly. Some minor details and a couple of unusual pieces of furniture were added to complete the look. Great interior!
Studio apartments haves a number of advantages and are perfect for students, bachelors or very busy people – everything is compact and at hand. This Swedish apartment of 49 sqm is a great example of a modern open studio, designed in Scandinavian style – laconic, monochrome and stylish. The glass partition separating sleeping and living areas plays here only an aesthetic-decorative role as it provides a fairly nominal privacy. In general, wonderful accommodation!
In this cool Swedish apartment of 41 sqm, there are elegant touches of modern American style: clear moldings on the walls, photographs in golden frames (by the way, there are plenty of gold-colored accessories throughout the home), marble coffee table and kitchen backsplash, velvet sofa. By the way, the flat, despite its size, occupies the top two floors of the apartment house allowing for wonderful views of the roofs of Stockholm!
The key to success of almost any design lies in harmony and sometimes harmony can be achieved by playing on contrasts. This bright London townhouse is a good example: interiors combine elements of a country style and loft-themed objects. A similar story with colors: beige and gray are mixed with yellow, gold and brick. There was a place for furniture in the style of the 60’s, bright paintings and unusual lamps. If you look closely at the details, then the interiors can be thought as eclectic, but if you look at the big picture, you feel only the comfort and the fact, that everything is done with love and heart in this home. Wonderful!
Just look at this a delightful cottage near the city of Glastonbury in England that is for rent! The house is designed for 8 people, with three bedrooms, a stunning bathroom and, most importantly, the warm atmosphere of a stylish village house. The basis of the interior design is a combination of white, gray, all shades of red, and such tones are so attractive, very unusual and stylish. Interior designers carefully preserved all the old elements, restored the furniture and added the house with new, but no less authentic, details. Especially we liked the copper table, the bath on the legs and the cozy area near the fireplace. A great place for a weekend with family and friends!
All the shades of gray, blue and purple – this is how the design of this Scandinavian apartment is made. These are the colors of an overcast autumn city: the gray sky, trees almost without foliage and more bright facades of buildings. This interior in many ways illustrates this image. Dark furniture here played great in contrast with pastel tones, and white color helped the apartment to become as bright as possible. Beautiful palette framed by interesting decor. Great home!
The open living room in this modern apartment of 84 sqm in the old building in Stockholm has an impressive size, besides, it is not cluttered with furniture and decor. As if the author tells the observers “turn on your imagination, and think of what you would add to this interior, being its owner.” But the basis is certainly wonderful: high ceilings, gray walls, wooden floor. What a wonderful minimalist marble bathroom with copper details! Great job by Swedish designers.
White interiors in this bright California home in Los Angeles is filled with lovely ethnic elements, such as mosaic, carpets, wicker furniture. Such accents always add the feel of relaxation to the interior and make it warmer, as well as wooden elements beams, countertops, chests of drawers. Wonderful!
Sorry, this entry is only available in Russian. But you still can enjoy photos. Владельцам этой итальянской квартиры очень повезло – у есть них два отдельных входа с улицы и мини-сад, отличное преимущество для города. На 65 квадратных метрах здесь разместились две спальни, две ванные комнаты, гостиная, кухня и небольшие гардеробные. Всё продумано до мелочей и размещено очень компактно. Настроение и тон задают бело-серая цветовая гамма, геометрические принты и фигуры, и яркие аксессуары. Спальни получились более спокойными по цветам (к каждой примыкает небольшая ванная комната), а зона гостиной и кухни, напротив, более активными. Соединяют всё воедино декор и цветовые акценты. В итоге получился практичный и стильный городской интерьер!