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White and The perfect Light In A Small Swedish Studio

Remember the days when all 'on trend' Scandi homes (so it seemed) were black and white? You'll have noticed that over the past few years, the black accent has slowly evaporated, and a softer side has surfaced: brown - in just about any shade. This small, one bedroom Swedish home styled by Bon Interior features a beautifully serene, light beige / sand and white colour palette - perfect inspiration if you love blanc but want to add some nuances. Even though I'm sharing this home more for the colour inspiration there are a few nice ideas to steal if you're living in a one room bedsit all the same. Oh, and I think I've found the perfect lamp too...


Here she is: the 'Pendant Tropez' - from Globen Lighting (I know, because as soon as I saw it, I was on the case). It's currently out of stock right now *rolls eyes*, but a little birdie tells me more are expected on 23rd October, 2020 and I'll be the first in line! Isn't it lovely? 


Another favourite lamp (to the left) - the Flos Cocoon Gatto


Rare for me to say this - but I wasn't going to show a shot of the kitchenette as I'm not so keen on the style. BUT then I realised that the layout / corner wrap could be super inspiring for anyone dealing with a tight spot - such a clever use of space! 


I'm such a big fan of this palette!

Could you imagine opting for a white and light sand / beige scheme in your home? 


This lovely Gothenburg apartment is for sale here

Wishing you a serene day! 

Niki

Photography: Anders Bergstedt for Alvhem

LATEST COMMENTS:

  1. Easy like (a latte on) a Sunday morning. L O V E the chairs.

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  2. Glad you showed the kitchenette too! Very inspiring. Beautiful home overall.

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