Apartment Published by Amanda Holguin, Tuesday, May 09th 2017, 04:35:39 AM.
Petra Tungarden, who isn't only the fashion also home editor for Metro a blogger, stylist plus entrepreneur as well, designed her luxurious home in Stockholm. The home is decorated in Nordic style yet with a glam feel, let's see it.
The owner conserved some original characteristics like a tile stove, stucco with item like that yet the entire space was modernized. The entirety of the walls are layered in a shade of grey as well as blue, the floors are whitewashed, plus the ceiling is in the form of a vault with patterns. Petra adores glam, also there are some features of it ?– velvet, brass with marble there.
The living room is unified with a dining room, which is placed near the window plus lighten with light. A black leather couch, a velvet mahogany-colored sofa also a combination with contemporary coffee tables at unalike heights look tremendously elegant also stylish as well. The old-fashioned teal tile stove creates a strong statement. A cozy rug, a marble tabletop, a leather sofa also a tile stove make a sophisticated combination of textures that appears amazing.
The kitchen is gloomy plus extremely elegant, the cabinets are colored very dark also the kitchen island is black with gilded mounting. The white marble countertops also backsplash generate the room refined, also a stunning statement brass chandelier makes stylish.
The bedroom is small, decorated in grey with pastel blue shades. There's a grey bed with soft, padded covering, gorgeous moldings on the ceilings also amazing draperies, together with industrial ceiling lamps make a chic contrast.
The bathroom is completely clad with white marble, which causes it refined also luxurious at once. Brass fittings make a glam sense to the area. The closet is compact but functional and there's a huge black wardrobe also lighten up built-in shelves. Have a look at pics of this luxurious apartment below!
Scandinavian style is among the most modern and perhaps the most common style everywhere in the world. Anyone who loves minimalism and white interiors, usually opts for this style. Scandinavian countries mean a long, dark winter, premature dusk and very little natural light during the day.
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