The interiors of this apartment in Stockholm captivate with their refined Scandinavian simplicity, attention to the smallest detail and a nice warm color scheme. By the character, the space can be attributed more to traditional style (vintage buffet in the dining room, old oven, wallpaper in the bedroom), although the light notes of modern design are also felt. Despite the presence of gray in the decoration of furniture, the home has enough wooden surfaces and beige tones to call it warm and cozy. Enjoy watching!
One of the brightest furniture brands Fritz Hansen occupies a special place in the Scandinavian design. The company has existed since 1872, some famous Scandinavian designers (such as Arne Jacobsen) worked for it, and some chair models became real style icons. So, the world famous Egg Chair and Swan Chair were invented and created exactly in Fritz Hansen. The company still releases new collections of furniture and decor every year, without forgetting and constantly updating its most successful positions. Today we share cool new photos from the brand new catalogs.
The main design feature of this modern two-bedroom apartment in Sweden is the contrasts of dark accents and white background. In the kitchen, dark cabinets and an island are contrasted with white tiles on an apron, in the living room – a sofa, carpet and wall decor act as expressive details against the white walls. The bathroom is a perfect example of a black and white design. As always – a stylish and functional home from Scandinavian designers!
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!
In this cozy little cottage in a quiet suburb of Stockholm, the elements of traditional Scandinavian country design and modern Swedish city apartments are mixed. As for the exterior, it is a typical private sector of Scandinavia – a black facade made of wood, with cozy windows in white framing, a small veranda and an open balcony. Inside a simple wooden wall and ceiling finish, as well as classic wallpaper perfectly coexists with modern furniture, tiles and stylish photo frames. Enjoy!
Some time ago we posted about beautiful kids rooms from the portfolio of the American stylist Kate S Jordan, but this is not the only good thing about her work – she decorates “adult” interiors for leading brands and companies with the same passion and great style. Interestingly, Kate lives and works in New York, but her style can rather be described as Scandinavian. In any case, her work pleases the eye and gives a sea of inspiration!
Usually, an average city apartment has one balcony or a maximum of two, but in this Spanish apartment, there are as many as 7 of them! The thing is in the gorgeous historical architecture of the building in the center of Madrid, which was designed with many small French-style balconies throughout the facade. Interestingly, the interiors have a clear Scandinavian feel, with its minimalism and contrasts, although there are also elements of French and Spanish aesthetic. Wonderful city home!
How often Scandinavian apartments and houses are blamed for their greyness and coolness. But today’s flat in Stockholm seems like want to prove to everyone: Swedish interiors can be very warm and heartful. And the main reason is the color scheme – gentle shades of beige and brown in this home attract a lot of sunlight and envelop the residents with a warming comfort. Inspiring!
To understand the design concept of this small Moscow apartment of 53 sqm, we need to take into account that the owners live in another country, they come to Russia quite often, but rather as for a business trip. Hence the restrained and strict character of the interiors, which we usually see in modern hotels of Paris or New York. The color scheme matches – calm and cool gray shades are ideal for this kind of home. Great design!
The owner of this small apartment in Stockholm adores color. Therefore, right after she bought this home, she decided to repaint the walls in all the rooms to give each space its own atmosphere. For example, the living room is decorated in a beautiful unusual shade of peach color, at the same time a tiny kitchen and a bedroom are in darker colors. Such an interesting color design!