All posts with tag:Stockholm

The owners of this small apartment in Sweden just love spending time together, but the technical restrictions of the house did not allow connecting the kitchen with the living room (as they dreamed about). But the way out of the situation was found very original: they made an opening from the kitchen into the living…

Thanks to Scandinavians for teaching us to love interiors with classic details again. We really adore the way the Swedes fill their apartments in 100-year-old houses with stylish modern furniture, perfectly blending old and new. This wonderful apartment in the heart of Stockholm has a completely classical basis: French parquet, wall panels, stucco moldings, doors…

Today we have not a typical Scandinavian apartment. Firstly, with a total area of 65 sqm the layout is completely open, even the bedroom – and that is separated from the main space by an only completely transparent partition and curtain. The brightest accent in the apartment – the brass wall on the kitchen –…

In this Scandinavian apartment, in addition to various bright colors, we can see elements of different and sometimes opposite styles. So, the main wall in the kitchen is decorated with bright wooden panels, like a clapboard – it clearly reminds the country style. At the same time, the living room with an elegant fireplace and…

The furniture and decor in this small one-bedroom apartment is lighter in color than walls and window frames. Thus, the designers managed to achieve a pleasant soft effect, as well as add uniqueness to the space. It is interesting that the corridor here is bigger in size than the only bedroom, which is unusual for…

This apartment in Stockholm is designed in a trendy gray-beige color scheme with almost no color accents. The choice of calm shades here is not accidental – in this way the designers tried to emphasize the noble elegance of the space located in the old 100-year-old house. On the other hand, the furnishings in this…

This Stockholm apartment in Stockholm is a real delight for the eyes. The softness and tenderness of textures and shades, as well as the elegance of modern forms of furniture and decor merged here in one beautiful combination. The apartment is relatively small, but it has a lot of light and a sense of lightness,…

Bright walls, retro chest of drawers and warm atmosphere – almost nothing in the decor of this Stockholm apartment gives out the industrial past of the building, which used to be an old leather factory. Of course, the industrial spirit of the premises is still felt: the ceilings with a height of almost 4 m…

In the design of this Swedish apartment, there are two important decor elements that usually create coziness in any home. Firstly, the abundance of books  – a bookcase with open shelves in the living room looks, as always, very beautiful and adds life to the space. Secondly, it is a warm color scheme, which has…