Located in the recreational area of Jogersö in the coastal town of Oxelösund, Sweden, this country house by the water takes full advantage of its natural environment. Large windows in the living room and the stone floor extend the outdoor space inside. The large wooden hot tube outside is a perfect place to unwind and enjoy the water view. The interior design maximizes the use of space. A bookcase is used as a room divider which also allows light to come through on both sides of the room.
This family home in Sweden has a very calm and tranquil white background throughout. The interior design features cheerful colours that highlight the white canvas. The eclectic mix of decorative accessories such as wallpaper from Ralph Lauren, shelves from IKEA, paper lamp by Tord Boontje and a host of other items provide each room with interesting accents.
This small apartment in the Linnéstaden district of Gothenburg, Sweden makes efficient use of its 53 square meters (about 570 sq. ft.) of space. The floor plan provides windows for the living room and bedroom, as well as access to a balcony from the kitchen at the other end of the apartment. The brilliant layout makes it a very practical and attractive small apartment design.
Bright colours dominate the sexy interior of Café Foam. Located in Stockholm, Sweden, the interior design of the café by NOTE DESIGN STUDIO is a marriage of Scandinavian coolness and Spanish temperament. Inspired by the movement of bullfighting, the vivid colours enhance the eating experience.The ceiling lamps are specially handblown Kosta glassworks.
This tiny apartment of only 42 square meters (about 452 sq. ft.) in the Linnéstaden district of Gothenburg, Sweden illustrates that you can turn a very small space into a comfortable and elegant home. The red brick kitchen island and dark gray stone floor give the space a stylish look. The open floor plan and bright decor in the living room makes the apartment feel bigger than its actual small square footage.
Freelance Swedish interior designer for IKEA AnnBritt Wallmén created an elegant yet comfortable atmosphere for this apartment in Älmhult, Sweden. The yellow sofa from IKEA set the colour theme for the living room and dining area. Wallmén believes you can mix and match any style, as long as the colour remains the point of harmony, you can mix the 1960’s with 1700’s. You can put an IKEA furniture here and an antique piece from the flea market there, and make the room come alive elegantly.