All posts with tag:Scandinavian style

Saturday morning is a perfect time to talk about some kind of lovely country home. And the other day we found one such in the Swedish outback – a traditional Scandinavian cottage with a red facade and soulful interiors. This is a summer house for one friendly family with kids, and we are sure the…

Even by the standards of Scandinavia, this apartment is very minimalistic. Only straight lines and right angles, only necessary furniture and few decor pieces, strict black and white scheme. But it should be noted that this is rather stylish minimalism, decorated with taste: contrasting black kitchen with a marble island, herringbone parquet, laconic wall moldings….

It’s only May here, but in this Swedish apartment, it seems like winter holidays are coming. But really, who can forbid the owners to have a festive atmosphere at their home all year round if they have such a state of mind! :) Of course, this effect was achieved primarily thanks to a bulb garland…

This tiny traditional Swedish cottage (its area is some 30 sqm) with a red facade is located by the water, just a few steps from a small beach. Despite the size, the house has everything to feel more than comfortable: the owners have at their disposal a cozy veranda with views, a living-kitchen room in…

It used to be a typical studio apartment, but Swedish designers easily turned it into a functional two-bedroom flat. To be more precise, the main room was divided by a light wall into two spaces: bedroom and living room. The latter, by the way, was left without windows, but with a gorgeous old stove. It…

Not all Scandinavians choose minimalism for their homes. For example, in this Swedish apartment, an abundance of objects looks like a highlight of the dwelling. Brown and caramel tones perfectly balance the black and white scheme and make the atmosphere in the apartment warmer. From the whole decor, the owners especially love vases and flowers…

This Swedish apartment definitely has something from Spanish homes. Its space radiates warmth and coziness, and exclusively simple natural materials of natural shades were used in the design, as is customary in sunny Spain. The abundance of living plants also makes Scandinavian interiors related to their Spanish counterparts. In a word, this apartment has a…

There are two stylish accents in the design of this Scandinavian apartment. Firstly, there are two brick walls in the living room, one of which is rounded due to the special architecture of the building. Original brickwork always adds character to the room, and the Scandinavians usually try to use it wherever possible. The second…

A new wallpaper collection by the famous Scandinavian brand Sandberg is called ‘Family’, but the emphasis in it is made primarily on children. Bizarre fabulous prints, sea creatures, animals and palm trees – the smallest inhabitants of our homes will be especially happy to get such a decor for their rooms. At the same time,…