Thursday 17 November 2016

House Envy: Serious Scandi-Eye Candy!

2016 has definitely been the year for Scandinavian interior design to peak in popularity! There is something about uncluttered minimalist simplicity along with timeless architectural features and rustic wooden and vintage accessories accentuated by bright, white walls that makes this a much loved, liveable and favoured style. 

If you love nordic designs as much as I do, here is some serious scandi-eye candy! This Swedish apartment featured in our House Envy series today, was built between 1901 and 1903, and is impeccably styled. The apartment features an unconventional layout, stucco and high ceilings, traditional cornices and mouldings, a traditional Swedish wood burning column fireplace, a soft colour palette and an abundance of natural light throughout. The light fixtures and pendants used in the apartment are unique in design ranging from modern, traditional and whimsical like the one in the master bedroom.

The botanical art prints and paintings used to decorate this apartment are simple yet add depth and interest to every room. Plenty of greenery uplifts and adds freshness and brings a hint of nature into the apartment, while organic washed linens and layers of simple soft furnishings make it a warm and inviting space.

I tried to pick just a few photos to feature here, it was impossible. I wanted to share every nook and cranny of this aetsthetiaclly inspiring apartment with you. I hope you enjoy the collection of photos featured here!

All images sourced from here

Calm and uncluttered yet filled with interesting features and art creating an inviting atmosphere, this apartment epitomises pared back Scandinavian style. (p.s. That alphabet poster in the living!)

How beautiful is this Do you have house envy? Tell us in the comments below!

Till next time... pare it back!

No comments:

Post a Comment

Share Your Thoughts...

async defer data-pin-hover="true" data-pin-tall="true" data-pin-round="true" data-pin-save="false" src="//">