Scandinavian studio apartments always make me happy. This one from Entrance Mäkleri is definitely very lovely. With the traditional wooden floor and white walls this apartment gets some nice colour touches in the blue sofa and dusty pink bedding. Combine this with nice wooden items and a big mirror to give the illusion of some extra space and you’ll end up with a great looking apartment.
This studio apartment is going against the common ‘interior decoration rules’. Firstly it shows that small spaces don’t have to be painted in light colours. And secondly it shows that not all Scandinavian apartments are decorated white. I love this unique home with dramatic black walls and vintage furniture. I just want to settle myself on that bed with a book and a cup of tea, what more do you want?
What better way to start the weekend then with a cozy studio apartment. You know I love studio apartments and this grey beauty is no exception. The small space is filled with plants and cozy textures in grey-tones, which I love. And I like the open shelves in that teeny tiny kitchen (I’m pretty sure that used to be a closet!) I wouldn’t mind calling this my home. Have a great weekend everyone 🙂
Scandinavian design is often associated with white and bright spaces. But when they do use colour they often choose for deep warm hues like blue and green. This studio apartment of only 38sq. meter is cozy, functional and decorated in stunning warm colours. The base of the studio is a lovely grey wall colour that almost hints to a soft purple which is lovely in combination with the green velvet sofa and blue kitchen. The dark blue is also visible in the practical hallway that has a large closet space. And the tiny bathroom has lovely vintage-style green tiles. I really like the space, it’s not big but so stylish and warm!
This studio apartment styled by Josefin Hååg fits perfectly in the ‘slow living’ trend you see so much right now. The entire space is decorated is soft tones like grey, beige and natural materials. By not stuffing the space with many items the small home feels spacious, light and very comfortable. It’s a Scandinavian beauty (and it’s for sale through Fantastic Frank).
As you know I always love a good Scandinavian home. This small studio apartment came on the market today and it’s perfect Scandi style. The grey and white colour scheme gives the small space a serene vibe. Combine this with cozy fabrics and some wooden elements and you get yourself a perfect Scandinavian home. Love it!
There are so many things that I love in this apartment. First of all it’s a studio (yay) plus it it has a gorgeous wooden floor ánd it is filled with plants. They’re even growing out of the stunning Swedish fireplace! It’s certainly styled Scandinavian but I think it also has a nice boho vibe to it. I love it!
It’s no secret that I love studio apartments. I love the cozy feeling and it’s nice to see what people can create in a small space. This studio apartment is a wonderful combination of Scandinavian design with bohemian touches. Not extreme ‘in your face’ colorful bohemian, but very subtle with plants, fabrics and earth colours. When a studio apartment is decorated like this then living small doesn’t look so bad does it?
This studio apartment in Gothenburg was sold before it even properly hit the market. Luckily interior stylist Emma Fischer published the pictures of this studio on her website so we can all enjoy it. It might be small but it really has everything you need; a sofa, a double bed and a large dining table for dinner parties! I love Emma’s styling, you can see more studio’s that she styled here, here & here on my blog. Or just look at this gorgeous dark apartment styled by Emma. Really I could move into any apartment that she styles!
Living in only 19 square meter is probably not everyone’s wish. But this tiny studio apartment that came on the market yesterday shows that it is possible. They decorated the studio with only greys, whites and black which is typical for a Scandinavian home. They certainly didn’t clutter the studio with only a (day)bed and a small bistro table bút there is plenty of artwork and pillows which gives the space a cozy feeling. It’s not enough room for a lot of entertaining, but a studio like this is ideal as a pied-à-terre or for a student.