Sorry, this entry is only available in Russian. But you still can enjoy photos. Сдержанный минимализм и лепнина на стенах и потолке вполне могут уживаться – доказывает этот интерьер квартиры в Гётеборге. Гостиная здесь проходная и ведет в две спальни – получается красивая перспектива, украшают которую помпезные дверные наличники и необычные люстры. Квартира просторная (114 кв.м) так что, помимо стандартных спален, кухни и гостиной, здесь нашлось место для столовой и второго санузла. И, конечно, сложно представить шведскую квартиру без уютного балкона, утопающего в зелени.
We love everything about this apartment in Stockholm: the location in the heart of the Swedish capital, panoramic windows with a view of the cathedral and laconic, stylish interior. This is not a usual Scandinavian interior, but rather its more modern and expensive interpretation – such apartments we often see in latest movies and TV shows. But it still feels so cozy, especially if you are in the armchair in the evening in watching the city from above.
Scandinavian interiors are amazing! Even with the use of dark tones, they are cozy and fairly light. Just like this wonderful apartment of 51 sqm in Stockholm. The designer here used a rather unusual and, of course, a winning combination: shades of gray and blue plus warm brown. This trio changed the space abruptly. Some minor details and a couple of unusual pieces of furniture were added to complete the look. Great interior!
This wonderful apartment in Stockholm shows perfectly that plenty of details in the decor could be a good way to add a highlight to your home and make it special. Also, the zoning and furniture arrangement here is just right: apartment’s total area is not so big (only 64 sq.m), but it looks much more spacious. Also note how interesting the Scandinavian interior can be if you take it as a base and add color accents, lots of light and unusual details. So, this style does not at all imply strict minimalism and a combination of white and gray. And we really liked the balcony in this apartment – drinking coffee in the morning with a view of the awakening city is priceless!
All the shades of gray, blue and purple – this is how the design of this Scandinavian apartment is made. These are the colors of an overcast autumn city: the gray sky, trees almost without foliage and more bright facades of buildings. This interior in many ways illustrates this image. Dark furniture here played great in contrast with pastel tones, and white color helped the apartment to become as bright as possible. Beautiful palette framed by interesting decor. Great home!
Black and white interiors are usually loved by those who prefer minimalism and graphics. But it is very important that black and white home is cozy and bright. This attic apartment in Sweden is exactly like this: graphic, interesting and very homey. Here we have few small other color inclusions: leather armchair, wooden table and several gray details. The whole interior is united by one idea, and even the smallest accessories, like candles, books, paintings, everything works for a common image. Excellent modern apartment!
Sometimes Scandinavian interiors can be too gray and cold, but not this wonderful apartment in Gothenburg. Here Swedish designers added some warmth to the white-and-gray palette: light wood, brown and powder toned accessories and textiles. Red brick wall in the kitchen perfectly fits the interiors and looks very organic. Some black and gold details, as well as textiles with a geometric print, were also added to complete this stylish interior. Great home!
Scandinavian interior does not need to be just black and white or monochrome gray. The owners of this Swedish apartment have chosen for their home different color combinations for each room. White used in furniture, and black as an accent. The living room is decorated with contrasting tones: a magnificent white oven of the early 20th century and dark walls with a collage of bright modern pictures in frames. The main bedroom is painted in a cozy beige, and the guest bedroom is in a beautiful shade of green. Great city living!
The mix of gray, white and black in this Swedish apartment is diluted with pink accents, including a beautiful vintage pink sofa. The kitchen here is neatly inserted into the living room and does not have much space. There is also a small bedroom, a kids room and a compact bathroom. Incidentally, the bedroom has some lovely retro feel – floral wallpaper, a mini cabinet built into the wall, and antique items, but all this is perfectly adjacent to modern furniture. There are also knitting needles in the nursery – look at this antique baby crib. Wonderful home, modern and at the same time extraordinary!
This beautiful home in Sweden was recreated with vintage and antique elements of decor, family relics and restored furniture of the last century. At first, it seems that everything here is very old, but, having looked narrowly, you understand that modern decor objects and household appliances are perfectly inscribed here. The designer has done his best to make the separate parts into a single picture. Note that the owners of the house decided to leave the original old doors, switches, and it was a great idea! As a result, the interior has become not just a successful replica, but a place with a history, character and a very warm atmosphere. You want to light all these candles, sit comfortably on the couch and drink tea. A beautiful house!