Зеленый бархатный диван и большая библиотека: квартира в Стокгольме (123 кв. м)

Sorry, this entry is only available in Russian. But you still can enjoy photos. Зеленый бархатный диван – это главная фишка и основной цветовой акцент в интерьере этой элегантной трехкомнатной квартиры в Стокгольме. Благодаря ему монохромное серо-белое жилье обрело свою индивидуальность и характер, а также модные современные черты. Нельзя не отметить отдельную комнату-библиотеку с пианино и гитарой – это рай для творческих людей!

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Christmas inspiration by Ellos

Christmas preparations are slowly entering very active phase, most of the stores have already decorated the windows with festive decor. So, if you have not started to think about what your house will look like for the Holiday season, it’s really time to do so. Today we would like to share a wonderful Christmas collection by Scandinavian brand Ellos that will help us to tune in to Christmas mood. Hope you’ll like it!

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Beautiful modern classics in Stockholm

Serene, noble, elegant and cozy – these words can be easily applied to describe this beautiful Stockholm apartment. Here the gorgeous antique bureau in the living room successfully coexists with austere modern armchairs, and stylish photos in frames do not argue with the original stucco on the walls. The color scheme, gentle and warm, just completes so cozy image of this home. Pure beauty!

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White apartment in Gothenburg suburbs (52 sqm)

If you thought Scandinavian interiors are only for beautiful old buildings in the center of Stockholm or modern villas, then this is not so. Today we have an ordinary apartment with low ceilings and a small total area in the typical sleeping area of Gothenburg. Most of the space is occupied by a cool kitchen with a living room decorated in a win-win white. In addition, the room is beautifully zoned with a simple partition with niches. Great budget dwelling!

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Simplicity that attracts: lovely two-level apartment in Malmo, Sweden (71 sqm)

Does anybody know how they do it? There is nothing really supernatural and genius in the design of this lovely Swedish apartment, most of the things we have already seen many times before. But Scandinavian designers still managed to create a space that attracts and warms, even in photos. Is not it a great talent?!

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Loft on the top floor of office building in Copenhagen

“There is only 1 room in our hotel, but it’s the biggest in Denmark!” – the owners say about their magnificent loft in Copenhagen. And this is really a unique project: the famous Danish manufacturer Vipp recently decided to create a spacious modern rental apartment of 400 sqm on the top floor of its office building, and showcase the latest collection in it – designer kitchen and home accessories. One of the best local studios David Thulstrup was engaged in designing the interiors and that is why the loft is so stylish. Let’s have a look!

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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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Simple and cozy apartment in Stockholm (91 sqm)

Scandinavian interiors are sometimes blamed for lack of life and for a too sterile look, but this apartment is definitely not the case. The rooms look alive and livable, carelessly scattered pillows, rugs create a real and fair comfort. Even the bed in the bedroom is quite sloppy, but still it looks attractive. An excellent example of a simple but beautiful home!

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Home of men’s magazine fashion editor in Sweden

Daniel Lindstrom works as an editor at the popular Swedish men’s magazine CAFE, where he heads the fashion department. Recently Daniel also tried himself as an interior designer, having decorated his apartment with a terrace, where he lives with wife and children. You will be very surprised, but this Scandinavian home has a lot of gray color:), but it is more important to pay attention to stylish, exquisite details, which the owner skillfully added to the interiors. Enjoy!

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Sophisticated modern apartment with vintage touches in Stockholm

Adding vintage aged or worn decor items into an elegant modern interior is an excellent and so popular recent trend in design especially if it is an apartment in a historic building. There are not much of such details in this Swedish apartment, but they certainly add a character to very sophisticated modern interiors. Home for people with a good taste!

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