All posts with tag:Scandinavian style

This magnificent apartment attracts with its impeccable style and light. The apartment is two-level and quite spacious. On the lower floor, there is a beautiful bright living room, which smoothly flows into the kitchen area. On the second floor, there are two bedrooms, one of which with an amazing bathroom. The design of the apartment…

Frankly speaking, glass partitions between rooms are our favorite method of dividing space inside small-sized apartments. In addition to practicality (they let in a lot of light; you can vary between open space and two separate rooms), it also looks very stylish. For greater privacy, it is recommended to hang beautiful curtains from the bedroom….

In this modern urban apartment in Sweden, everything is in its place and there is nothing superfluous. Designers have chosen a clearly winning scheme – neutral gray shades are not only an ideal backdrop for any kind of furniture and decor, but they always look stylish and fresh. The design has many interesting bright details…

The owners of this Swedish apartment clearly wanted to have all the amenities of an open-plan, maximum personal space and plenty of storage solutions. But based on a modest total area of 49 sqm, their wishes were perhaps too ambitious. Nevertheless, the designers managed to do the almost impossible: the apartment now has an open…

This design is provocative. In a good way. On 35 sqm we have a catchy Scandinavian home. Thanks to the high ceilings, the designer managed to place the bedroom under the ceiling of the living room, and this not only saved space, but also turned the sleeping corner into a cozy nest. The staircase to…

Scandinavian style is unique in its simplicity and amazing in its variety of details. Decorator Daniella Witte seems to most subtly feel the soul of her native styel, because she was born in Sweden and from a young age was fond of creating beauty in all kinds of spaces. The designer says that she is…

More than half of the total area of this apartment (74 sqm) in Swedish Goteborg is given to an open bright space of the kitchen and living room. Due to the unique architecture of the building, the room received an unusual layout and broken walls, which adds a twist to this home. By the way,…

35 sqm by today’s standards is a very modest size, even for a one-room apartment. Although, if you try very hard and plan everything correctly, then in such an area you can even design a two-room home without significant loss in comfort and style. Proven by Swedish designers on the example of this wonderful apartment…

The designers of this home took the definition of “black and white interior” very seriously. However, the monochrome apartment, despite its apparent severity, is not devoid of elegant stucco molding, delicate contours and soft fabrics. On an area of ​​94 sqm, there is a spacious living room, kitchen, two bedrooms, a bathroom and a dressing…

It is no secret that the Scandinavian countries are one of the most advanced in terms of social infrastructure and the number of innovations in the organization of housing for their citizens. For example, in the capital of Norway, they build such absolutely wonderful innovative residential buildings as the Green House. This residential complex of…