This cosy living and dining space comprises of warm tones throughout. The mixture of the brown and beige colour palette creates a cosy atmosphere. The large, light rug that fills the floor of the living space acts as a visual divider and brightens the area making it feel more comfortable for relaxing.
The range of textures in this space from the throws, rug, curtains and more helps to create an inviting feel. A true representation of Scandanavian design, the Muuto Around Coffee Table provides the perfect place to display decorative ornaments, books and hold drinks. We love the New Works Kizu Table Lamp behind the sofa, which holds a unique yet elegant form, creating both a warming light when lit and a decorative piece, initiating a calming effect.
The wooden dining chairs complement the table beautifully and provides the homeowner with both a practical and stylish place to entertain and dine with friends and family. The delicate green plant adds a sophisticated yet minimal touch of colour. Abstract wall art brings in the same colours that are featured throughout this space to the walls creating a cohesive finish. The practical yet desirable wall light provides ideal additional lighting to illuminate the dining space in the evenings.
As we enter the kitchen, we are greeted with more green plants which yet again adds colour and life into this Swedish apartment.
As we enter this gorgeous bedroom, the dark blue feature wall immediately stands out. We love the contrast from the warm brown colours in the living space to the cool blue colour here. The multitude of white accessories throughout this room including the white bedding, print and wall lamp all further stand out against blue wall behind. By keeping the surrounding walls white the homeowner has allowed the room to feel larger and brighter, whilst achieving the eye-catching feature with the darker wall.
Not only is this wall lamp serving as a great addition to the wall, it also supplies the homeowner with a practical bedside lamp for night-time reading without using up any space on the bedside table.
First seen on Coco Lapine Design.