All posts with tag:Stockholm

Black and white colors create an elegant space, while warm accents and cane decor soften and add coziness – this Stockholm apartment is built on contrasts and a combination of opposites. The snow-white walls and ceiling here act as a blank sheet on which the designer skillfully ‘painted’ his masterpiece with the help of skillfully…

Today’s apartment is one of those that usually are designed on a grand scale and with respect for great details. The home occupies an entire floor of an incredibly beautiful Art Nouveau house for which the Swedish capital is famous. Luxurious arched windows, unique moldings on the ceiling, an antique fireplace and spacious rooms with…

Small spaces, as a rule, are of great interest from a design point of view, because designers need to manage to place the maximum in a limited interior – hence the original solutions and non-standard techniques. In this Swedish apartment, created for a single living, we can observe interesting zoning: a low wooden partition with…

The design of this gorgeous apartment in the heart of Stockholm is based on a balance of modern simplicity and classic elegance of the historic building where the residence is located. There are moldings and classic panels on the walls, herringbone parquet on the floor, but everything is played very subtly and unobtrusively. At the…

In this Swedish apartment, luxury windows make the design. The living room, albeit small in size, boasts a magnificent bay window, which repeats the classic outlines of an old historic building, as well as a second large window with beautiful artistic decor. Anyway, this room, thanks to its non-standard form, turned out to be unusual…

This bright Swedish apartment has a yellow and blue color theme in design, but the shades are pale and muted rather than rich and vibrant. A great option for those who want to add more life to the interior without a riot of colors. The apartment captivates with a wonderful sunny open living-kitchen room –…

The time has passed when people were afraid of completely beige interiors, and the Scandinavians were the first to return the people’s love to this color. Today we have a completely monochrome apartment in Sweden, but the all-embracing beige looks very so cozy and evokes only pleasant emotions. Since the apartment is located on the…

A black minimalistic kitchen is a great accent for any interior, even an elegant one with classic elements. This apartment in Stockholm is located in an old house with all the ensuing consequences (high ceilings, large windows and classical stucco molding), but the designers have projected a modern kitchen with laconic facades and no handles,…