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!
Yes.. I love a good studio apartment. This studio in Stockholm came on the market today and it’s completely decorated in grey tones. I love the dividing wall to create a seperate sleeping space. And with the windows in the dividing wall it doesn’t become a dark corner. I can easily see myself living in this beauty.
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?
Next up in my best of series are studio apartments. I always love studio apartments because I feel that people are most creative in small spaces. Here are my favourite studio apartments of 2016.
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.