In Stockholm, Sweden, apartments are known for being a bit of a squash and a squeeze. But when you're as skilled as the Swedes at creating beautiful light-filled homes in a limited space it's never a problem! The key, it seems, is a coherent colour sceheme throughout, an open plan design and fabulous windows as room dividers. This 45 metres square (484 square feet) in the lovely district of Östermalm has all of this and more! How inspiring?!
Credits: for sale though Bo Sthlm.
The way the bedroom has been incorporated into the space is fantastic! For privacy and to cosy it up a little you could add some curtains to pull across at night.
I absolutely love the grey, cognac and wine colour scheme, it's so elegant!
You might be wondering about clothes storage etc. (I was!) and after a quick look a the floor plan I see it's all in the spacious hallway. Perfect!
Is there anything in particular you appreciate about this space?
Steal the look from this Stockholm apartment: sitting room - EOS pendant light by VITA Copenhagen, try The Poster Club for similar prints, By Lassen Kubus candleholder. Bedroom - linen bed set.
Interestingly,whenever I feature a home in shades of grey I inevitably receive a few comments requesting more colour. What are your thoughts - is this look for you? Do you have a favourite colour in your home? I'd love to hear your thoughts!
Have a wonderful day!
PS I'm on the hunt for homes with pops of colour and pattern to feature this week - submissions welcome!