Interesting flat in Stockholm combining a multitude of styles

There was a time when everything had to match and everything had to share the same style and characteristics. This applied to everything, from clothing to furniture and interior décor. Nowadays things are different. Matching items are no longer seen as a sign of elegance, but rather as a lack of inspiration. Whenever someone chooses to simply match everything, it means that person is either too tired or has no imagination whatsoever.

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Interior designs have changed and combining styles is now advisable. Take for example this beautiful flat in Stockholm. There’s not a single room where you can say that there’s a predominant style with no intrusions fro other areas.

Interesting flat in StockholmView in gallery

Interesting flat in StockholmView in gallery

Interesting flat in StockholmView in gallery

Interesting flat in StockholmView in gallery

Interesting flat in StockholmView in gallery

Interesting flat in StockholmView in gallery

Interesting flat in StockholmView in gallery

Here straight lines are mixed with romantic curves and undulating silhouettes, minimalist items are complemented by the incredibly ornated baroque decorations and vintage and modern are no longer separated adjectives. The result in this case is not a chaotic mix of elements and different styles that have nothing in common, but a home with personality and unique features.

Interesting flat in StockholmView in gallery

Interesting flat in StockholmView in gallery

Interesting flat in StockholmView in gallery

Interesting flat in StockholmView in gallery

Of course, not everybody can achieve such an incredible result. The best choice would be to ask a specialist for help because if you do it by yourself you might end up with a huge pile of items that don’t match and don’t have anything in common. Take this flat as inspiration.{found on Skeppshomen}