Another Scandinavian Style Apartment



Viewing the exteriors, you may call this a simple apartment, but it is in the interiors which are the true epitome of the creative minds behind this marvelous apartment. The apartment is out of the ordinary as it features two distinct floors on two levels unlike the attic area.

The first level of the apartment houses a spacious lounge and a huge bathroom. On the other hand, bedroom, kitchen area and the dining area have been provisioned on the upper level of the apartment. Unlike the typical Scandinavian style houses, a lot of stress has been placed on Italian stone tile, which has been evenly employed throughout the house.

White color scheme dominates the style design and has been complemented with vibrant accent pieces. The doors which are typically always painted in brown color are painted here in matte black color to spruce up the white décor theme. A lot of interesting lamps and a chandelier have also been employed to lend the house a unique dramatic touch.


Other aspects of the house that enhance the unique style and are worth mentioning are eye catching fur area rugs, latest white color appliances, huge glass panel doors in stainless steel frames and contemporary fixtures and fittings.{found on stadshem}


Published by in Apartments, on June 13th, 2011

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