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This stunning modern apartment in Stockholm is filled with unique designer furniture and original decor pieces. The apartment owner, designer Eric Bratsberg, decided to emphasize the amazing contrasts of the luxurious classical details of an old modernist building and trendy interior items from leading Scandinavian designers. The space turned out to be so elegant and…

The mere fact that you have the opportunity to live in such an amazing house with history is a great success itself. The building in which the apartment is located is one of the most famous in Goteborg: built in the 19th century, it has characteristic towers on the facade and a unique roof –…

The main advantages of industrial spaces, such as open floor plan, high ceilings and natural light, are fully present in this beautiful loft in Stockholm. Housing is located in the former factory, built back in the 19th century, and several years ago converted into a unique residential complex. The space is really impressive: ceilings of…

This beautiful townhouse in London belongs to a family with two children. The living room in gray colors with bright accents has an elongated shape and is divided into two zones: for gatherings by the fireplace and watching TV, and for reading and games. Zoning continues in the kitchen. Cabinets with lots of storage space…

The combination of laconic modern furniture and minimalist decor within a classic space is a favorite technique by Scandinavian designers, given there are lots of great architecture in northern countries. This apartment in Stockholm serves as an excellent example of such a design: in the living room there is only a sofa, several wall posters…

Gray walls in the design of this Swedish apartment were diluted with pleasant decor in warm tones – paintings and photos in wooden frames, bouquets of dried flowers, small furniture made of natural wood. This solution made it possible to soften the spaces and make them feel more cozy. As for the premises themselves, the…

Perhaps this apartment in Sweden cannot boast of a big total area, but it has a cool feature that makes the space impressive – high 6-meter ceiling. It not only allowed to abundantly fill the housing with natural light but also to create a mezzanine floor with a bedroom, a working corner and a spacious…

In this very compact apartment in the center of Stockholm there is actually no bedroom – only a small bed in the corner of the main living space. The kitchen here is quite small, so the designers had to show all their skills to create the maximum storage space, as well as to a convenient…

Scandinavian interiors indeed look awesome even in cold colors. Despite popular this season warm beige-brown tones, designers chose gray-white shades with splashes of aquamarine to decorate this apartment in an old house in Stockholm. We have to say that such a choice, combined with classic panels and stucco molding, made the space quite strict, but…

Scandinavian interiors are primarily distinguished by functionality and simplicity, but this apartment in a 19th-century house in Stockholm also has a lot of elegance and nobility. Velvet armchairs, abstract wall art, designer furniture, laconic shapes and expensive textiles – modern interior design is in perfect harmony with classic stucco moldings and panels. The kidsroom for…