All posts with tag:Scandinavian style

In this very compact apartment in the center of Stockholm there is actually no bedroom – only a small bed in the corner of the main living space. The kitchen here is quite small, so the designers had to show all their skills to create the maximum storage space, as well as to a convenient…

This spacious apartment occupies the top floor of a beautiful five-story building in Goteborg and has all charming advantages of an attic home: high sloping ceilings, plenty of windows, unusual layout and spacious rooms. The style of interior design can be described as traditional Scandinavian with the addition of vintage elements (gorgeous dining is simply…

A gorgeous spiral staircase and a large mirror in a classic golden frame added some touches of French style to this compact apartment in Stockholm. Although the home is located on two levels, it is impossible to call it spacious – the total area is only 68 sqm. By the way, here we have rather…

H&M Home never saved on shooting of their catalogs, but this time the company seemed to surpass itself. Designers of the brand decided that their beautiful new fall collection would look best in gorgeous historical walls, so they rented a magnificent mansion with several centuries of history for a photoshoot. The company’s products are still…

Scandinavian interiors indeed look awesome even in cold colors. Despite popular this season warm beige-brown tones, designers chose gray-white shades with splashes of aquamarine to decorate this apartment in an old house in Stockholm. We have to say that such a choice, combined with classic panels and stucco molding, made the space quite strict, but…

Homes on the first floors of apartment buildings in Sweden are very popular and has a number of advantages. Typically, such units have high ceilings, enlarged windows, unique layout and finally, there is no need to go up to your home by lift or stairs. Today we have just such an apartment in one of…

Scandinavian interiors are primarily distinguished by functionality and simplicity, but this apartment in a 19th-century house in Stockholm also has a lot of elegance and nobility. Velvet armchairs, abstract wall art, designer furniture, laconic shapes and expensive textiles – modern interior design is in perfect harmony with classic stucco moldings and panels. The kidsroom for…

The first look at the photos of this cute apartment in Stockholm leaves no doubt – a girl lives here. Delicate pastel colors, an abundance of soft textiles, vibrant fresh flowers throughout the home – the designers managed to create a very pleasant and stylish feminine space. And even the total area of only 35…

Autumn is an incredibly interesting and wonderful period, which has its own special charm. We must admit that wonderful Danish brand Tine K very successfully conveyed the autumn atmosphere in its new home collection called Slow. First of all, it’s about color – complex muted shades already create the right mood and set the style….