The apartment is 34 m2 in the beautiful Swedish city of Stockholm, decorated very elegantly. Despite the fact that the Scandinavian style in the interior is not uncommon, it is here that you can see how the classic plays in a new way, redone to a modern twist. This is today and will tell the site about small interiors.
Luxurious and cozy, with a droplet of "north", the decoration of this apartment can be attributed to the minimalist style: too reserved, laconic this Swedish interior.
In a small area, decorators managed to place everything that is necessary for a comfortable life, without cluttering up space. Everything inside is "permeated" with fresh air and natural sunlight, which, however, fully meets the traditions of the Scandinavian style.
As in most Swedish apartments, this used a lot of natural materials: you will find here glass and wood, twine and natural fabrics. The basis of the color range is white, beige and brown tones.
The main feature of this design is the allocation of the sleeping area using surfaces of transparent glass.
Thus it was possible to solve several tasks at once: separate the intimate space from the living room, visually unite the room into a single whole and increase it due to the optical effect that glass creates. In the dark, walls can be covered with curtains or blinds.
The chairs of natural wood in the living room emphasized the traditional Swedish folk style.
The TV found a place on the closet, thanks to which it was possible to save even more small space.
As a result, it turned out to create a cozy and light atmosphere, which was emphasized by such decorative elements as snow-white candles standing at the glass wall of the bedroom, hearth in the living room, vases with flowers, posters, black and white photos decorating the walls.
The kitchen is located right at the entrance to the apartment, merged with the hallway. But it does not catch the eye, because the shades of the kitchen set have been specially chosen so as to coincide with the tones of the walls. And a smooth flow from the hallway into the kitchen can even not be noticed.
To the right of the kitchen is a dining area. Its highlight was a gentle light, pouring from a refined non-standard chandelier, whose lampshade is woven from the rope. Walking inland, you can see the veranda, which was turned into a regular balcony.
A small area of the apartment did not allow to place a full bathroom in it. Instead, a stylish and comfortable shower was installed.