This apartment is in Malmö, Sweden, a classic Scandinavian design: minimalistic, yet cosy and warm. This is an affordable style (hello IKEA!). I love the white paint and how they pop things up with wallpaper. I've a crush on that kitchen and I especially like how some of the accessories match the wallpaper. I also like the contrast of white cabinets and wooden shelves and would have loved to see wooden counters instead of the black ones. The herringbone floor is beautiful and the pine too. Not that it matters what I think, but there are probably only two things I'd change: In the living room I would move the sofas closer together and get a narrower table to transform the place, and I would add a rug in there to define the space. I can't stand sofas pushed up against walls where there is plenty of space; it's such a common decorating pitfall. By the way, this apartment is for sale in case you want to move in. wink
On a personal note, I've started my own rebellion against being sick. I'm out of bed and about to wash the floors, adding a few drops of refreshing essential oils to the bucket. For dinner there will be home-made pizza,
Have a fabulous Friday!
photo credit: Bolaget