Small but bright Scandinavian apartment



With small apartments there’s often a problem when decorating the interior. Since there’s not much space available, these apartments tend to be dark and crowded. It takes talent and creativity to solve that problem while also making the apartment functional. I this case we have a tiny Scandinavian apartment that only has one room.Luckily that one room was a very large space and this allowed the designer to divide it into different corners and several separate spaces. The apartment is also bright and airy.

That was possible because of all the clean and simple lines. Everything inside is simple and yet cozy. The crisp white walls are also very helpful in this case. They are a simple trick used in small apartments and it helps create the impression of a larger space.

As for the furniture, it’s clean and simple, with sleek designs and chic lines. There are no unnecessary elements in there. Of course, simple doesn’t mean austere. The apartment also features several beautiful art pieces framed and placed on the walls. The colors f the décor and furniture have been kept to a minimum, except for the pictures on the walls and the accessories. Overall, the apartment is bright and airy but also inviting and cozy.. It had a décor that makes you forget how tiny the place is.{found on boligmagasinet}.


Published by in Apartments, on February 20th, 2012

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