Ceilings with stucco and modern furniture: white apartment in Sweden

Scandinavian interiors can amaze with their contrasts. In this Swedish apartment, the ceiling with stucco molding and antique watches perfectly coexist with chic photographs, pencil drawings, cushions with prints and modern furniture. This game of opposites makes the interiors live and extraordinary. To chose fancy contemporary details in the apartment in the old house requires a certain boldness, but the result is worth it. Great home!

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Spacious apartment with artistic decor in Stockholm

A spacious apartment in the heart of the city is a dream for any city person, and when it’s this stylish, it just gets ideal! The Stockholm apartment designed in modern Scandinavian styles amazes with its size: a huge bedroom with a dressing room, a bathroom with a sauna and a kitchen with a wine fridge. By the way, the cooker hood is so cool – the mirror is an unusual solution. We loved the big collection of paintings that contrasts with the interior and gives it a twist. Impressive home!

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Swedish apartment with old stove and warm details

Two vintage faience ovens are really the central design elements in this 59 sq. meter apartment in Sweden. Most likely they inspired designers to use beige and orange details, which, like wood, give warmth and comfort to a monochrome interior. Scandinavians have a unique ability to skillfully decorate even the most ordinary nook – for example, a simple tiny balcony here was decorated with a garland, and now this is not just a boring balcony, but one of the main attractions in this home.

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Swedish apartment with delicate pink and burgundy touches

Adding a color to a room with light neutral base is one of the most difficult and simultaneously fascinating tasks. How to choose the right tone, how to avoid too many accents, how to convey the atmosphere? The designers of this Swedish apartment know all the answers. Here, pink and burgundy do not play a major role, but without these shades, the interiors would not look so attractive. Everything here is decorated very subtly and competently, with scrupulousness and love. Charming home!

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Grey and bold: family apartment in Sweden

In a neutral interior a person always wants to add individuality. The owners of this Swedish apartment, a young family with a child, supplemented the grey interior with catchy black details. The living room was decorated with chic photos, guitar and accessories made of metal. In the bedroom and kids room, illustrations also play an important place. We also loved the cozy dining nook in the kitchen: a small marble table, two chairs and a shelf with dishes and decor – ideal for a quick coffee or tea break. Stylish, cozy and very Scandinavian!

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Swedish home with cool black and white photos on the walls (161 sqm)

Often the right atmosphere in a home is created with the help of details. In this Swedish apartment, the mood is set by original black-and-white photographs and paintings on the walls – they enliven the room and make the interior unique. In the living room – charismatic photos of celebrities and historical pictures, in the dining room, kitchen and bedroom there are graphics and abstract painting, and kids rooms are decorated with photos and images of animals. Also, we really loved the chandeliers in the dining room and living room and the wine cabinet in the kitchen – it looks very unusual. Whichever interior style you choose, it’s details that will breathe life into it, and this apartment is an excellent example.

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Cozy old house in Sweden

Small houses have a special sense of coziness due to the chamber atmosphere. But if it is also an old building with original wooden beams, an authentic oven and vintage furniture, everything becomes even more beautiful. This Swedish cottage itself looks so fabulous so it did not need lots of festive decor on Christmas. Only a few touches: a holiday tree, candles, lights and a pair of spruce garlands – that’s it! Now you can call guests and spend cozy evenings with loved ones.

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Minimalist holiday home in Sweden

Perhaps you have not thought about it, but the home can easily be decorated for the holidays with the help of a Christmas tree only. Of course, not just a single tree, and even two. In this Swedish house, there are more than a dozen of them: small and large, with decor or with no decoration at all. And candles, a pair of garlands and decorative ornaments and flowers. And all this in white and gray colors. This minimalism brings a new meaning to the concept of Christmas decor, it looks fresh, interesting and not less festive than lush ornaments and bright colors. Perfectly!

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Holidays in Swedish village

Christmas is all about the home, family, evening gatherings and sincere embraces. At this time more than ever we want to feel cozy and warm at home. In this country cottage in Sweden, the traditional festive decor is combined with rustic details: as decoration, the owners use not only fresh fir branches but also red apples that look like Christmas balls. The big red cat complements the ideal situation and he for sure will get many hugs on this holiday. This is such a wonderful Christmas in the village!

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Nobis Hotel in the former conservatory in Copenhagen

At the Nobis Hotel Copenhagen, which is located in the former conservatory building in the heart of the Danish capital, there features of the noble classic style, a chic Scandian style, as well as a touch of minimalism. Bright blue and yellow colors, as well as marble and stucco are balanced with milky and beige shades and simple geometry. There is a restaurant serving gourmet northern cuisine, as well as a swimming pool, a spa, a sauna, a gym, a bar and a lounge area. The hotel occupies an entire 5,400 square meter building, so there is a lot of beauty and comfort here!

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