All posts with tag:Sweden

In the completely white interiors of this small apartment in Stockholm, the only insertions of color are green accents in the furniture, and most interestingly, in many exotic living plants. It is thanks to the latter that touches of colonial style interiors are felt in the living room, which definitely adds twist to the regular…

It is immediately evident that this Stockholm apartment is located not in one of the city’s many old buildings, but in a new house: a non-standard layout, two floors, the low ceilings and the absence of classical stucco molding. In addition, the floor and ceiling are uneven here, with several levels, which makes the space…

A mix of Scandinavian modern classics and elements of industrial style – this is how you can characterize the design of this Swedish apartment, which turned out to be rather unusual. In the living room, attention is drawn to an accent brick arch – this is a fragment of the original masonry, which the owners…

The Swedes are masters of balancing function with beauty. For their apartment in Goteborg, the owners chose white and gray walls, wooden floors and furniture in neutral colors. A brick wall, caramel-colored textiles and wooden furniture play the role of accents. If desired, you can easily fit any other pastel or bright objects into such…

This summer house in Sweden is a real miracle, you can’t call it otherwise. Incredible 25 sqm of the total area, which fit almost everything needed for a romantic weekend in nature for owners couple. The snow-white interior here not only looks fabulous, but also allows not to feel the lack of space, and the…

You would agree that interior preferences have properties to change over the years, and this is especially true for designers, as they need to constantly monitor new products and fresh trends at work. Swedish designer Pella Hedeby is no exception – 5 years ago we posted about her beautiful home, but now its interiors look…

We see this Swedish apartment as an excellent option for a student’s living, when the pace of life is frantic, you have not much of personal belongings and are not at home so often. The total area of ​​the apartment is only 22 sqm and all the main events take place in a single small…

Conversions of non-residential homes usually always turn out to be very interesting, and religious or sacral buildings do cause a special resonance. Today we have an old chapel in Sweden, which, after a recent renovation, has got a very interesting and unusual residential look. The main huge space of the living-kitchen-dining room is especially impressive:…

This apartment in Sweden is a fairly typical example of Scandinavian housing, and that’s why it is interesting to us. There are almost no walls and partitions, but nevertheless, the space is clearly divided into three functional areas: kitchen-dining room, living room and bedroom. A large dining table is an important attribute for Swedes who…