The color palette in this gorgeous turn-of-the-century apartment in Sweden (styled and photographed by
The bold color choice in the living kitchen elevates the minimal white kitchen design with an island in the middle and the glass dining table in front of the window offers a perfect spot to gather for dinner.
The main bedroom is painted in a pastel pink shade on the walls, paired with a burgundy paint color on the wainscoting and a combination of warm wood tones and warm textiles to match the warm effect of the wall color in the space.
The kid’s room might have the boldest color palette of the entire apartment, with a mixture of blue on the walls, pink on the moldings and window frame, and a bright orange fabric canopy above the cod.
A light blue wall color paired with blue wainscoting in the living room
The walls of the living kitchen are painted in a muted light blue paint color, paired with a dark blue tone on the doors, window frames, moldings, and
The bold color palette is paired with warm wood ding chairs and a moss green wool blanket on the sofa.
The windows, as well as the heaters and the beautiful historic frames around the window, are painted in the deep blue paint color that is used on the wainscoting as well, making them a true focal point in the space, on top of which the subtle decor pieces stand out.
The spacious dining table in front of the living room windows is made out of glass, with matching glass details in the sculptural pendant hanging above it. The warm wood dining chairs are placed on an area rug that pairs different pastel tones together.
The arched wall mirror hanging in between the two windows reflects the dining area and makes the room feel even bigger than it is already.
Opposite the sofa, you can find a Samsung Frame TV on top of a storage cabinet that is painted blue as well.
A minimal white kitchen with black countertops and a kitchen island
The glass backsplash matches the glass dining table and the kitchen island is great for adding extra countertop space, while also serving as a visual divider between the kitchen and the living area.
Pastel pink bedroom walls paired with burgundy wainscoting
Through the blue double interior doors, you can look from the living room into the warm pink bedroom. The combination of both room colors works well and a beautiful contrast is achieved by pairing paint colors with warm as well as cool undertones.
The pastel pink bedroom walls are paired with burgundy wainscoting and a beige corduroy curved headboard adds a beautiful texture above the bed.
The frames around the doors and windows are painted in the same burgundy paint color as the bedroom wainscoting.
A warm wood desk provides a home office spot in the bedroom, paired with a chair in the same warm wood tone.
A mixture of pink and blue paint colors in the kid’s room
The kid’s room has the boldest color palette of the entire apartment, with blue walls paired with a bright pink color on the window frames and a bright orange fabric canopy above the cod.
A set of two Ikea Billy bookshelves have been modified and built in. By painting them in the same color as the wall, they look like a custom solution.
The pink paint color on the crown molding in this space accentuates this beautiful historic detail and adds a bold effect to the space.
The same bold pink color comes back in the frames of the window, making them stand out beautifully.