All posts with tag:Sweden

The monochrome harmony of this elegant Stockholm apartment is slightly disturbed by a tv bookcase with books above the TV and a couple of colorful posters on the walls. Otherwise, this is a calm and noble space in the style of modern classics, decorated in all sorts of shades of gray. Interestingly, windows, doors and…

This small apartment in Sweden has only one window, but a spectacular one. Due to its location on the first floor, which was intended for commercial use, the property inherited a luxurious large arched window – a real highlight of the interior. The bedroom is located in the deep end of the apartment, behind a…

This duplex apartment in Goteborg attracts attention with its interesting colors and interesting design solutions. Muted shades of pink, peach, green were added to the snow-white finish, and the beautiful mustard color became the main theme in interiors. The kitchen space has played out in a new way thanks to the green wallpaper with a…

Famous Swedish country cottages look wonderful over time – the older the home, the more atmospheric and charming its interiors look. The owners of this purely Scandinavian cottage in the Swedish outback do not hide the fact that the house is almost a hundred years old – there are a lot of old cracked furniture,…

This apartment had all the prerequisites to become a loft home: location in a former industrial building, huge industrial windows in black profile, high ceilings. But the designers chose a softer and more elegant style in the design, while retaining some elements of the industrial style as a twist. Thus, a black metal staircase and…

Black and white colors create an elegant space, while warm accents and cane decor soften and add coziness – this Stockholm apartment is built on contrasts and a combination of opposites. The snow-white walls and ceiling here act as a blank sheet on which the designer skillfully ‘painted’ his masterpiece with the help of skillfully…

You can add the “mini” prefix to almost everything in this apartment. The kitchen here is quite small, usually they do such in hotels or holiday homes. The same can be said about the dining area – a small round table and a few compact chairs. Yes, and the bedroom is clearly not the largest…

This small one-bedroom apartment in Sweden is decorated in a calm, almost monochrome key, where the prevailing beige shades are in perfect harmony with the wooden floor and furniture. Thus, the spaces turned out to be as relaxing as possible and conducive to quality rest. The apartment has a rather unusual layout – a walk-through…