If you’re looking for a way to make your room look bigger than take a good look at this grey toned Stockholm apartment. They very smartly placed three large mirrors on the sideboard to make the living room look twice as big. Not only the mirrors in the living room but also the glass doors to the kitchen and the glass window between the bedroom and the bathroom help create a more spacious feeling in this apartment. I also love the industrial vibe in this apartment and all the plants that decorate this space make this clever industrial Stockholm apartment even more perfect.
Earlier I showed you a Scandinavian styled apartment that I found on Behance. These 3D images of an artistic studio are created by the same person who created that apartment and I think I’m in love. The studio walls are filled with artwork (that owl is magnificent) and on one side storage was created with String shelves. There is plenty of workspace with the long desk underneath the industrial windows and the large table in the center of the studio. It’s a beautiful combination of industrial elements with Scandinavian design and I think many artists would love to have a workspace like this.
When I have some spare time I love browsing through the Behance website and get amazed by all the creative talent. Behance is a website filled with online portfolio’s in all kinds of creative fields. In the interior design section the projects are usually 3D impressions and sometimes you can barely see that they’re not actual photographes. Just now I came across a wonderful Scandinavian apartment decorated in grey and white with beautiful large windows that’s giving me some major inspiration.
Micro homes or tiny houses are very popular at the moment, I know that in America the ‘tiny house movement’ is huge and here in The Netherlands it’s starting to pick up (only last week did I see a tiny home being transported on the highway to its destination). I have seen images of the micro home of stylist and blogger Pella Hedeby on instragram for a couple of weeks now and I’m very happy that a full tour was published on My Home. Pella’s tiny home is not the primary home but it is mainly used as a workspace and a guest stay. Even though the tiny home is only 25 square meter there’s a full kitchen, workspace and a loft area creates a sleeping space. The home has a typical minimalistic Scandinavian feel with the concrete floor, light colours and wooden elements (I’m in love with the wooden table). I don’t know about you but I could easily live in a micro home like this.
The Line has just launched their new store in the form of a Shingle-style summer house in The Hamptons. This summer house in Amagansett is the third home The Line has created after their permanent homes in Los Angeles and New York and this summerhouse is also filled with beautiful and carefully chosen home, fashion and beauty items giving this summer house a luxurious vibe.
Green and grey is a colour combination that I’m seeing a lot lately and in this recently renovated apartment in Gothenburg it shows how well the colours fit together. The open floorplan leaves you with a light and spacious feeling and I like how the small steps seperate the kitchen area from the living room giving you two seperate spaces but without losing light or the feeling of space. I’m starting to think that I should add more green to my own apartment seeing homes like this attic apartment.
I’m a big fan of the serene atmosphere in this large home in Gotland that came on the market friday by Fantastic Frank. Beautiful limestone floors, whitewashed walls, original details and lovely large loft-like attic bedrooms. It’s beautiful how the light floods through the many windows and if that isn’t enough there is also a seaview from the garden. It’s a little paradise in Gotland, Sweden!
The kitchen is the focal point in this light Scandinavian apartment thanks to the tapering walls but also because of the 1920’s style and the cozy feeling they created. The entire apartment is styled in a typical Scandinavian style with many white and grey tones and I love that they placed the sofa in the middle of the room facing the kitchen and the large windows. But the best part is definitely that lovely cozy and light kitchen.
I love attic apartments, I know slanted ceilings may not always be very practical but it looks so charming. This small attic apartment in Gothenburg is definitely charming. This cozy attic apartment is painted in grey and blue tones and is filled with vintage items which also makes my heart beat a bit faster. I really like the look of this and it makes me wish for an attic apartment even more.
A lovely combination of light and dark colours in this Gothenburg apartment by Stadshem. The living room and kitchen are kept white and decorated with greytones and I’m in love with the beautiful wooden double doors that seperate the kitchen and living room. In the bedroom and the office they used contrasting colours. The beautiful dark grey walls in the bedroom look wonderful in combination with the white sheets and canopy above the bed, which reminds me a lot of the bedroom in this apartment. In the office they were creative in combining storage with a workspace by building a desk in between the dark painted wooden closets. It’s interesting how they switched up the colours in this home, keeping the living spaces very light and giving the private rooms these dark colours, very nice.