Hotel At Six in a former bank building in Stockholm

The second life may be given not only to old houses with several hundred years of history but also to architectural objects of the 20th century. A new Stockholm hotel At Six is situated in a building that not so long ago was occupied by local bank. The interiors of the hotel are dominated by dark gray shades with rare impregnations of white and brown. There are rooms of six different categories, a gym, conference rooms, a restaurant and several bars. In general, the hotel is designed for business travelers, hence the clean lines minimalist style in design. After all, hotels At Six represents the true spirit of Scandinavia!

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Grey symphony: monochrome apartment in Sweden

Gray, but not boring – this is how we can describe this apartment in Sweden. Despite the fact that the entire interior is decorated in various shades of grey, it does not look dull. The monochrome palette is diluted by milky shades, light wood, as well as powder pink and light green. Plants, mirrors and interesting lamps made the interiors even more attactive. It’s amazing how cozy and stylish can be gray space. See for yourself.

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Black and white one-bedroom apartment in Sweden (37 sqm)

Black-and-white interiors are perfect for those who like simplicity and clean lines, but even such laconic design can be full of interesting catchy details. In this Swedish apartment, such details are all sorts of lamps and metal objects on the walls. In addition, plants, textiles, and accessories of gold, bronze, and copper give this home really a unique look. Simple and cool!

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Charming scandinavian apartment in neutral tones

The combination of blue and white is always a bright and fresh choice for interior decoration. However, the color scheme of this apartment in Sweden has not a pure blue color, but rather a gray-blue tone, which makes the space even more interesting. Paintings and posters play an important role in the home: the wall in the living room is decorated with a large black canvas, and the central element of the kitchen is the Henri Matisse poster Creole Dancer. Elegant, and with a twist!

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Ground floor loft in Sweden (65 sqm)

Two-level apartments have some special charm and comfort. It’s like a small house in the city. So this light ground floor loft in Gothenburg, Sweden, makes only pleasant impression. On the first level, there is a kitchen, a bathroom and a small living room, and the upper floor is occupied by spacious bedroom. Two spaces are connected by a huge window and a brick wall, which makes the home look very organic. Great living!

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Lovely apartment with pink accents in Sweden

Delicate pastel shades sometimes can transform and prettify an interior no worse than bright and expressive tones. In this Swedish home, the main color is puddly pink and it’s mostly present in details. This gives the interiors charming and refined look. Kids room in such color scheme is incredibly tender, a real room of a princess. Wonderful apartment: stylish, elegant and very cozy!

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Beautiful modern Scandinavian home with a old stove

Harmony of past and present, color and style – that’s what you can say about this home in Sweden. The black and white “base” is successfully complemented by the turquoise accents, and the old faience stove tells us that this is an apartment with a history, and it stood here long before our days. Beautiful and welcoming modern living!

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Home full of life: bright apartment in Sweden

Lots of details and nice little things in design does not mean that the owners have nowhere to put them. Such accessories, on the contrary, refresh the house or apartment, fill it with life and coziness. A vivid proof of this is this bright home in Sweden. There are so many details of different colors and “caliber”: lamps, kitchenware, decor, textiles, and, of course, paintings and books. Looking at these photos, it is clear that a happy and friendly family lives here. What a great home!

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Scandinavian home in grey with bright details

Sometimes you don’t have to choose between calm and bright colors as everything can be successfully combined. Just like it is done in this spacious apartment in Sweden. The gray living room was perfectly diluted with catchy and unusual chairs, as well as carpets, paintings and posters – the interior felt immediately renewed and played with new colors. Quiet colors are very versatile, but it is the color accents and unusual details that inspire the soul of the interior. In addition, you can always create harmony, like here: calm decoration and bright accents.

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Apartment in pastel tones for a family with two kids

Calm pastel tones are a good choice for a home where a family with kids lives and this apartment of 93 sqm is just an excellent example of such dwelling. When you have light interiors, choosing the right details and color accents is crucial. Here it is gray, mint, pink, blue – they are perfectly combined with white walls. Wall posters and paintings complete the overall image. Excellent family nest!

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