Hej kompisar! Who says small can’t be beautiful? This 1920’s 27 metre square (290 foot square) studio apartment in Gothenburg, Sweden is a fine example of how to create a wonderful, cohesive pad with comfy zones to cook, sleep, slouch, and eat. Think stonewashed linens, jute rugs, rattan furniture and open and closed storage for a relaxed look and feel. Such a perfect little oasis for one, high up in the roof tops of Sweden’s second largest city…
There’s a whole load more inspiring small spaces to be found here (if this comes up first just scroll passed).
We’re off to the beach today in a bid to soak up as much Spanish sun as possible, before packaging it up and attempting to take it back with us for the long Swedish winter. To be honest though, my British skin doesn’t soak up so much anyhow…!
PPS Domino Magazine have extended the voting period for the Domino Design Blog Awards. You can now vote for My Scandinavian Home everyday in the category ‘Best International Design Blog’ until 7th November! The reason is that they’ve organised a very special prize – I’m dying to know what it is how about you?! If you’re as curious as I am, and have the time, I’d love it if you can stop by and cast a vote or two. Thank you so much! Holding my thumbs (as they say in Sweden!).