Apartment Published by Amanda Holguin, Friday, June 16th 2017, 07:14:04 AM.
Scandinavian style at its finest is noticed in this beautiful urban Stockholm apartment, founded in what was formerly a brewery. The early factory black mounted windows with high ceilings generated the living rooms more captivating also supplied plenty of natural lights as well as views. This Stockholm apartment was built in a transformed brewery but not anything evokes of its industrial as it is furnished in Scandinavian apartment with industrial elements.
The furnishings are plain in style with palette, with shades of grey from white to charcoal offset by the warmness of natural leather, wood or textiles. The dwellers have selected big statement parts such as the living room hanging light to make an exaggerated effect. There is an exquisite blend of textures to give interest, such as the plush velvet sofa, bulky knits, also textured rug, with a nearly total lack of pattern.
The kitchen extends over single long wall of the living room with presents gorgeous warm wooden doors plus presents light‐colored wooden cabinets together with an open shelf over them. There is an extensive dining table with a dark surface as well as wooden chairs also a bench.
The bedrooms are undecorated but elegant also rich with shades of grey plus a number of black touches, the window sill is utilized as a storage shelf. The nursery is furnished in the similiar style or colors as the remain of the apartment even there are some lively ad adorable touches such as panda pillow together with an upholstered kids bed, a comfy rug also some fun artworks.
The bathroom presents pale grey small tiles on the walls with more sizable ones on the floor, also there is an oval bathtub with a white geometric sink. The design is plain also laconic like the remain of the apartment's rooms. Get stimulated by these light‐filled serene Scandinavian apartment design ideas plus borrow some ideas for your own interiors!
Scandinavian countries mean a long, dark winter, premature dusk and very little natural light during the day. That’s why all dark is ejected, and while minimalism and whiteness prevailing in Scandinavian homes.
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