Monochromatic Pad With Brass And Copper Accents For A Rustic Touch

Picking a color scheme for your home is a difficult choice. Some prefer bold colors like neon red or green. Other enjoy pastels. But it’s all about your preferences. Sometimes the space dictates the color palette. For example, this small Gothenburg apartment demanded something simple, chic and cozy. It’s how these shades were chosen.

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The color palette features shades of gray and white combined in a variety of ways. There are also brass and copper accents throughout. They give the space a rustic feel and make it seem more charming and inviting.

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These accents come in many forms. For example, take a look at the faucet, the cabinet pulls and the clock in the kitchen.

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The bathroom also features come beautiful details. The mirror frame matches the pipes, the shower head and the faucet. In addition, the black and white combo is a nice background.

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The same colors and accents find their way into the bedroom where the décor is simple yet bold.

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The overall simplicity of the décor allow certain details to stand out even without using color. The elegant pendant light above the dining table is so simple and yet so charming.

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Lighting fixtures are minimalist in all the rooms of the apartment. The bedroom, for example, features a hanging bulb with adjustable height.

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You might wonder where are the storage spaces. You can only see a few open shelves throughout the apartment and that can’t be it. There must be, of course, some hidden compartment.

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As it happens, these built-in storage spaces are cleverly hidden behind a minimalist design. The lack of door pulls or color makes them inconspicuous.{found on myscandinavianhome}.