I look at a lot of super styled homes and to be honest, to a certain degree they all look very much the same, but this apartment in Gothenburg that is sold by Lundin stood out to me for some reason. I think it's subtle details like the glossy black tiles that we see on floors and the kitchen, matched with warmer woods and exposed brick. Scandinavian people tend to go with brighter colors in general and worry about darker colors consuming too much light. Not that I blame them, I still haven't shaken that concern myself, but it's really neat to see it done right in this apartment. Take a look below and you'll see what I mean.
Dark floors and baseboards, and then this architectural mirror that's taking all of the attention in the hallway.
Old wood floors just like we see in so many older houses. They are really beautiful in this naturally yellowed tone I think, especially against a cold white wall. And see the gas fireplace in the corner? I have never seen that in a Swedish home until now..but most American homes I've been to.
Exposed brick add that city street character, and see the black tiles I talked about before?
If only I could have these deep windows. Dressed with tactile and graphical objects..and a little greenery for life. Gorgeous.
Lastly, this bedroom. Calm and rustic it's the perfect place to end a day.
Some really nice details, don't you think?