Black, white, gray and brown – this combination is increasingly becoming a classic for Scandinavian interiors. It is universal, but brown, beige or copper imparts warm to the room. It is this palette that was used in this apartment in Gothenburg, Sweden. Opposite wooden and brick walls helped to diversify the space in the main room, uniting the living room and kitchen space. There is also a bedroom and a small guest room with a couch. The home looks very stylish and comfy!
If gray and beige shades are rather common in Scandinavian interiors, then you will not often find an apartment in Sweden with green and yellow accents. These color details here are rather timid, not at all screaming, but even they, combined with snow-white decoration, add to the interiors an incredible freshness. The beautiful lemon tree seems to be the center of the whole home. It is echoed by paintings, textiles and greenery (this, by the way, is another proof that the plants wonderfully change the space). Nice city living!
This wonderful apartment in Gothenburg, Sweden feels so soft and delicate: light colors, weightless fabrics and comfy furniture. Of the catchy accents here, perhaps, only black and white abstract paintings and shelves with books. To further enhance the effect of lightness, the owners did not overload the spaces with curtains or dark furniture. Here everything works to ensure that the home has as much light as possible, because in Scandinavia, especially in winter and early spring, the sun is not the most frequent guest.
The Scandinavian interior does not necessarily have to be minimalistic and exclusively modern. In this apartment in Sweden, the owners mixed elegant wall decor and antique interior pieces, such a chest of drawers, vintage velvet armchairs and a crystal chandelier. The main color accent here is noble green. The old faience stove also fit the interiors perfect – it does not look odd, but complements the design concept. Such an interesting combination of old and new!
The dark kitchen in this apartment in Stockholm is perhaps its main feature. Open living room with kitchen occupies alsmost the whole total are of the apartment (64 sq.m), while the rest of the space is given to the bedroom, dressing room and bathroom. Cloakroom, by the way, here is not allocated in a separate room, this is the former part of the bedroom, separated by a wall. A wonderful light interior for a city dweller!
A small size of the apartment always throws the owners a challenge – what to sacrifice for the sake of comfort. Owners of this small flat (44 sq. m) in Stockholm had to compromise in only one – the sleeping area which they placed under the ceiling so that there is a study below it. Between the bedroom-study and living-dining room there is a small kitchen, which is connected to the corridor. Interesting, that even in the smallest apartments in Sweden there is a small cozy balcony, where it is customary to take time for a cup of warm drink. Did you know that the Swedes have a special word that denotes the tradition of taking a break from work to drink coffee? And this tradition is called “fika”.
First of all, this apartment in Sweden is interesting for the fact that there are two levels – living room, two bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor, and the second floor is given to the kitchen, dining room and second living room. Moreover, this home has a cool glass ceiling with a dining area on it. The dining chairs were intentionally made transparent. Also, there are a lot of details of warm color and wooden elements, they perfectly soften the combination of white and gray, bringing to the interior a cozy warmth. A wonderful combination of creative layout and beautiful decor!
Normally Scandinavian interiors are compact enough, however, this apartment in Stockholm surprises with its big total area. On 161 square meters, there are three bedrooms, a living room, a dining room, a kitchen and three bathrooms. The special feature of the house is an old fireplace and a faience oven. These can often be found in Stockholm apartments, but they are very loved and cherished here. The apartment stands out thanks to posters and paintings, and especially laconicism in the combination of furniture and accessories. A perfect example of a modern city apartment!
If you want to let more light into some rooms, glass partitions can be a good choice. This is what the owners of this apartment in Sweden did. From the living-room area, two small bedrooms are visible. The room on the right got a window, while the other on the left would be completely dark if not a glass wall. Also, white decoration and dairy and gray furniture and decor helped to make the interiors lighter. A practical and chic modern apartment!
The main feature of this Swedish apartment is the view of the bay, which you can admire from the cozy balcony. But inside there much more to see. The typical Scandinavian interior is flavored with interesting posters, photos and colored decor elements – especially the pink armchair. In the owners’ collection there are also a lot of unusual dishes and an impressive number of green plants. Lovely home!