I think the power of an interior is usually in the details. Even though I think minimalist interiors can work for some people and I love the clutter-free lifestyle, for me it can be a little bit more. I think interior accessories and details can make a home feel cozy and personal. In my opinion, pieces of furniture have to be neutral and well-considered, but you can really change up an interior from time to time with the smaller pieces. It’s not such a big investment to change out a small interior accessory either. As you can see, I’m a big fan of accessorizing.
This beautiful Swedish apartment has so many beautiful details in the interior and I love the open plan kitchen that is connected to the living room. The kitchen has been placed in the corner, opposed to the windows, and fits a large dining table in the middle. The kitchen itself is
From the kitchen, you walk straight into the living room, which is decorated in a very cozy way. I love the combination of the rattan seat and the armchair with the sofa and the way the TV has been integrated into a gallery wall. The guest bedroom with a small home office is located right next to the living room. The vintage desk works so nicely with the big Monstera plant and the
The main bedroom really stands out because of the blue curtain going wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling adding a beautiful backdrop behind the bed. I love the way this blue color comes back in the built-in shelving as well.