Small And Cosy Swedish Apartment Featuring A Brick Kitchen Bar

As you know, Swedish apartments are usually very bright and with white interiors. Theoretically, they should feel cold and uninviting as well as less comfortable than usual. Still, this doesn’t happen, especially if there’s a mix of modern and rustic or some retro touches like in this particular case. This is a lovely Swedish apartment.

The apartment is small but it doesn’t feel tiny or cluttered. It has a typical Scandinavian interior design with a white background accent features that stand out with their simplicity and natural look. For example, the kitchen island/bar has a very interesting design. The base is made of brick and has that unfinished look, a little rough but with plenty of character. There’s a portion of brick wall in the living area and it matches the kitchen island, creating cohesion in the interior décor.

There are also other elements that make this apartment feel cozy and comfortable. For example, there are plenty of wooden features, the most noticeable one being the parquet flooring that has that traditional look. What’s also beautiful is the way in which each room has been personalized. The bedroom has a very beautiful accent wall and the backsplash in the kitchen is a nice focal point as well. The apartment, even though it has a surface of 42 square meters, feels very inviting, cozy but also open and spacious.



Published by in Apartments, on January 11th, 2011

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