Challenging 50-square meter apartment with Nordic interior décor

It’s not easy to decorate a small apartment, especially when the internal structure is not as you would want it to be. In this case, for example, this 50-square meter apartment was a real challenge. The rooms didn’t exactly have the structure that the owners wanted. Moreover, some of the walls even seem to have a curved shape which makes things even more difficult than they already are.

As you enter, there’s a relatively small hall that then becomes larger and eventually becomes one and the same with the living room. Since it would have been difficult to create a separate kitchen and it would not have been what the owner wanted anyway, the kitchen shares a space with the dining room. It’s a large area and the combination seems natural and quite common.

The bathroom is small. It’s a space that also divides the living room and the kitchen/dining room and it can be accessed from the hallway. As for the interior design, the apartment is small but airy and chic. The walls are white throughout and so are the ceilings.

The overall Nordic style allows the apartment to seem larger and to have an airy and refreshing feel. Touches of color in the form of artwork or accessories are just what the apartment needs to become cozy and inviting. So even if it’s small and has a difficult and challenging internal structure, this apartment has the potential of serving as a wonderful home.{found on Alvhem}.

Published by in Apartments, on April 27th, 2012


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