Ground floor apartment with a separate entrance fenced off from the street only by a low hedge – an unusual picture for our country, but in Scandinavia this is one of the most prestigious types of housing. This apartment in Stockholm is also very conveniently spread on two levels: a living room with a kitchen on the lower and bedrooms on the upper. Let’s have a look!
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!
Black outside, white inside – this recipe works great in this cozy wooden cottage, where one family from Sweden found its harmony. Despite the strict and gloomy facade (by the way, black houses are common in Scandinavia), the interiors are very bright and filled with light, with owners’ personal decor pieces creating real warm family nest here. Hope you’ll like it!
This Swedish apartment is like a Swiss Army knife – many functions fit in one small space. 30 sqm did not become an obstacle for designers to place a living area, a bed, a small kitchen and even a dining table. Very compact home, which would be ideal for a student or a bachelor!
The interior of this one-bedroom apartment in Sweden is inspired by classic English design, and it is possible that the owners are big fans of it. The characteristic furniture of classical forms, checkered upholstery of armchairs and pillows, lamps and a fireplace – all this is a usual set of almost any traditional English house. But no, it’s just an ordinary and not even the biggest Swedish apartment. Excellent decorator’s work!
Do not look for exquisite design solutions and art objects in decor in this charming Swedish apartment. This is a simple, but very soulful nest, created by the owners for a happy everyday life, with all its “imperfections” and light creative mess. And yet, it was not without clever zoning and interesting storage ideas. Enjoy!
This modern one-bedroom apartment in Stockholm is designed on the principle of “fewer objects and more space”. The interiors are dominated by simple clean lines, laconic furniture, and the layout is maximally open after kitchen, dining area and living room were united together. Comfortable, fresh, modern!
Those who believe Scandinavian interiors are all “the same”, should look at this unique Swedish apartment in the suburbs of Gothenburg. The interior spaces reveal an unusual combination of exotic decor and plants, furniture of different styles and a dark, almost black color scheme. Paintings in frames deserve special attention here. Also, the apartment boasts a spacious roof terrace. Very unusual home!
Interesting wooden constructions, colorful scheme, and unique furniture – the interiors of this Danish apartment make it clear that a creative family lives here. The owners are a couple of designer and architect who design both pieces of furniture as well as full-fledged houses and apartments. The family has 4 children and this apartment is child-friendly as much as possible. Of course, they created these interiors by their own. Such a bright and stylish home!
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!