All posts with tag:Scandinavia

This spacious house in Sweden with a total area of ​​282 sqm has beautiful and laconic interiors in white and gray colors. But no less interesting is the thoughtful backyard with several zones. The first is by the pool, there are sun loungers, a shower, a hanging chair and a small table with a sofa,…

Until recently the condition of this house in Sweden was very bad, but the owners fell in love with it so much that they were ready to invest in a thorough renovation. They started from the kitchen, which used to be decorated with white tiles. Little light enters this room, so the new snow-white took…

Designer Matthias Vural has turned his small apartment of 34 sqm into a functional and beautiful home. He carefully thought out the layout and was not afraid of the active color, painting the walls in deep blue. Wood and warm accents in the form of furniture and decor helped to balance the dark tones. Plants,…

In almost every home, the kitchen is the most important place, and the Swedes are no exception. The owners of this apartment obviously love to cook, because in their beautiful gray kitchen they have provided not only a large hob but also spacious cabinets for storing food and equipment. The best room in the house,…

The highlights of this apartment in Sweden: wood, shades of gray and charming wallpaper. The Swedes are very fond of natural materials, and here the owners tried to make the most of flax, wool, and rattan furniture. And floral wallpaper helped to refresh the interior: attracting attention, but not flashy. One of the most beautiful…

Not all Scandinavians choose minimalism for their homes. For example, in this Swedish apartment, an abundance of objects looks like a highlight of the dwelling. Brown and caramel tones perfectly balance the black and white scheme and make the atmosphere in the apartment warmer. From the whole decor, the owners especially love vases and flowers…

This Swedish apartment is a great example of integrating classics into modern interiors. The central elements were painted centuries-old faience stoves, and they do not age the space, but make it incredibly interesting. Modern furniture and a curious color scheme also help in this – it’s not just white and gray, olive, blue, and wine…

We are used to the fact that the office means workplaces, a kitchen and rare relaxation areas. However, PR agency Grand Relations in Stockholm chose a completely different way. Their new office is located near Vasaparken Park, in an old house with five-meter ceilings and large windows. The agency decided to divide its headquarters with…