This apartment in Gothenburg is a great example of a beautiful Scandinavian design. Enjoy this home tour and learn how to work with height when there is not enough width.
The two-level apartment with large windows was decorated in the Scandinavian style and a classic black and white palette. The combination of contrasts is an excellent technique for zoning of space.
The green plants add a bright accent in the monochrome interior.
The best light is in the kitchen – there are four large windows. But there is artificial lighting as well – built-in lamps above the working surface and in niche. Another great technique for visually expanding the space.
The graphite shade splashback does not allow the wall cabinets to merge with the walls. By the way, the storage system is well thought out here: almost all the utensils “hid” behind the minimalistic facades.
The game of contrasts does not allow light colors to turn into a “hospital” white. A parquet of a warm shade gives the interior the famous Scandinavian comfort.
The living room is on the second level, which is unusual: more often it is a place for bedroom. But the living room turned out to be really cozy and secluded.
Gray shades prevail here, and a black coffee table and poster frames continue the overall black and white palette.
The bedroom is on the right from the stairs. Despite its tiny size, the room has a bed, an integrated storage system and even a chair that replaces the dressing table.
The apartment also has a spacious bathroom (which is important for any family), a small corridor with a spacious wardrobe and a separate exit to the courtyard, where you can spend summer evenings wrapped in a blanket.