Last week we got the chance to stay at a recently renovated apartment in Stockholm, Sweden, which had a generous influx of natural light through large windows, high ceilings and open spaces, beautiful wall colours by Jotun paints, elegant high skirting panels and our rustic Kährs Oak Sture wood flooring.
The apartment lies within a building that was built in 1883, and although it has recently been renovated, the owners have made sure pay homage to the charming old features while giving it a fresh and updated look.
Classic muted tones in greens, greys and browns have been used, while all ceilings, fixtures, frames and mouldings are kept white – enhancing that airy feeling that ties together the space. The use of contrasting materials (e.g. natural wood, stainless steel and marble) creates depth and a layered feeling. Inspiration deluxe!
Get the look..
Oak Sture, Kährs | 7163 “Minty Breeze”, Jotun | 1624 “Skylight”, Jotun | Pineapple Cushion Cover, H&M Home | Grey/Green Blanket, H&M Home | Seagrass Baskets, e.g. IKEA | Savage Rose Candle, Anine Bing | The New Yorker Poster, posterlounge.co.uk | “Tundra” Marble Countertop, Dekton | Scandinavia Sofa in Grey/White Mode Fabric, Bolia