With only 59 sq metres this Swedish monochrome apartment is cleverly designed and looks surprisingly spacious. As a huge fan of monochrome homes this apartment doesn’t disappoint, it’s monochrome throughout with hints of green plants and natural wood. The design of this apartment is very modern and balances well against the traditional architectural elements of the wooden beams and bare bricks.
Entering this apartment you can see how the space space is split up into functional living spaces. This spiral staircase leads up to a mezzanine office space with light flooding through from the windows above.
Dark floors in small spaces are so clever, they don’t make the space feel smaller, in fact they make the space feel bigger. This also lets the monochrome design flow throughout the space. Spotting the super cool block rug by House Doctor DK, a great use of texture.
Comfort is key, it’s very important to have a cosy corner.
Wood burning stoves are things of beauty. Functional and prefect to create a cosy nights at home.
This marble shelf sat between the wooden beams creates a feeling of luxury but also utilising an area of dead space.
I’m inspired by this swedish monochrome apartment and aim to create a consistent style throughout my home. PLUS no matter how small the space, it can be cleverly designed for functional and stylish living.
Images via Boligmagasinet.dk