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 cozy little house right at the foot of the mountain in Spain until quite recently was not so heavenly and cozy. When the owners bought it, very little light came into the home, the rooms were small and dark. But thanks to a thorough renovation, now it’s a completely different story – in such a living room you want to spend your holidays enjoying the views and the heartful atmosphere by the fireplace. Dream!
This modern one-bedroom apartment in Stockholm is designed on the principle of “fewer objects and more space”. The interiors are dominated by simple clean lines, laconic furniture, and the layout is maximally open after kitchen, dining area and living room were united together. Comfortable, fresh, modern!
Interesting wooden constructions, colorful scheme, and unique furniture – the interiors of this Danish apartment make it clear that a creative family lives here. The owners are a couple of designer and architect who design both pieces of furniture as well as full-fledged houses and apartments. The family has 4 children and this apartment is child-friendly as much as possible. Of course, they created these interiors by their own. Such a bright and stylish home!
Even on 38 sqm it is possible to create a modern, stylish, and most importantly functional interior, and this Polish apartment successfully proves it. This cool small home has a kitchenette, a dining room, a living room and a full bedroom. The design of the rooms was inspired by mid-century style with the addition of modern furniture and decor pieces. In addition, the color scheme is fresh and hip, with turquoise, white and gray making a great combination. Enjoy!
Thanks to the abundance of plaids, tender-pastel pillows and a high pile carpet in the living room, this Scandinavian home in the grey tones feels so soft and charming. In the kitchen, there are clear hints of suburban life: painted wooden panel on the walls, vintage dining table and chairs, jars on the shelves. Every corner in this home was decorated with great love and with lots of heart!
Adding a color to a room with light neutral base is one of the most difficult and simultaneously fascinating tasks. How to choose the right tone, how to avoid too many accents, how to convey the atmosphere? The designers of this Swedish apartment know all the answers. Here, pink and burgundy do not play a major role, but without these shades, the interiors would not look so attractive. Everything here is decorated very subtly and competently, with scrupulousness and love. Charming home!
All the coolness of the concrete surfaces in this loft in Austin, Texas, were diluted by the sophisticated modern furniture and wooden decor elements. Thanks to this, the interiors do not feel lifeless, but on the contrary, they have cozy and look very stylish. By the way, this is a real industrial building, converted from an old factory into a cool dwelling for young and progressive. Enjoy!
In a neutral interior a person always wants to add individuality. The owners of this Swedish apartment, a young family with a child, supplemented the grey interior with catchy black details. The living room was decorated with chic photos, guitar and accessories made of metal. In the bedroom and kids room, illustrations also play an important place. We also loved the cozy dining nook in the kitchen: a small marble table, two chairs and a shelf with dishes and decor – ideal for a quick coffee or tea break. Stylish, cozy and very Scandinavian!
Often the right atmosphere in a home is created with the help of details. In this Swedish apartment, the mood is set by original black-and-white photographs and paintings on the walls – they enliven the room and make the interior unique. In the living room – charismatic photos of celebrities and historical pictures, in the dining room, kitchen and bedroom there are graphics and abstract painting, and kids rooms are decorated with photos and images of animals. Also, we really loved the chandeliers in the dining room and living room and the wine cabinet in the kitchen – it looks very unusual. Whichever interior style you choose, it’s details that will breathe life into it, and this apartment is an excellent example.