Could you sleep in a cupboard - like the one in this Swedish pad?

In this lovely apartment in Gothenburg, the designers have decided to make smart use of the very small space by doubling the bedroom up with storage space in the living room. The door can be closed for privacy and a cosy feel at lights out - while the windows still allow a little light to slip in (thankfully or I might start to feel more than a little claustrophobic!). The rest of the apartment has beautiful high ceilings and large windows which flood the space with light  - and a beautiful white, grey cognac and brass combination. Let's take a peek....

Photography: Jonas Berg for Entrance Mäklari.

Such an inspiring use of space, don't you think? 

There are quite a few items I know and love in this space, including: Butterfly chair, source a Beni Ourain rug here, Tom Dixon tealight holder (I've got one of these and it creates the most beautiful patterns!). Gervasoni sofa, Gotland sheepskin throw. Bedroom: white stonewashed bed linen.  Kitchen - Ant chair.

There's lots and lots more small space inspiration to be found in this archive...(clear the calender!).

Have a wonderful day!

PS If you love an autumn table you'll absolutely love this (and this) table setting by one of my Instagram favourites _foodstories_ - so incredibly beautiful, don't you think?!


  1. I think it would be great for sleeping in. Maybe my kids would lie in?

    1. I think it looks really cosy too! Worth a shot with the kids....;)


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