This beautiful flat in Sweden has very subtle light grey walls in the living room and a warmer off-white wall color in the bedroom for a subtle backdrop that is enhanced with beautiful accessories in neutral colors and fresh green plants that add a bright color to the space without being overpowering.
The subtle, light wall colors bring out the turn-of-the-century qualities of the apartment in a beautiful way.
Light grey walls combined with warm tones and fresh greens in the living room
The light grey walls in this light-flooded living room bring out the white floorboards, crown molding, and sheer white curtains in front of the window in such a subtle yet elegant way. The off-white linen sofa with a
An oak wood coffee table and a brown velvet lounge chair add subtle warm tones to the pale tone of the white-soaped hardwood flooring.
The subtle gallery wall above the sofa matches the overall color palette of the furniture and fabrics in the interior.
The large dining table with the
The XL round mirror reflects the living room in a wonderful way and adds an interesting focal point above the dining table.
A white kitchen with black countertops and a white brick wall
A vintage white glass cabinet holds plates and cups, which is a nice addition for extra storage in this rather small kitchen.
The kitchen is compact and spread from wall to wall, yet it has ample storage space and two surfaces for cutting and preparing food. The black hood contrasts nicely against the white-painted brick wall and the white open shelving adds a spot for adding a selection of kitchen accessories on display.
The black fridge works well in this black-and-white setting and the small bistro table combined with stools adds an extra spot for having breakfast in the morning.
A small nursery with white brick walls
Right next to the kitchen, you can find a mall nursery, which has been decorated with bright yellow curtains to add a warm and soft element to the white-painted brick walls. A
Off-white bedroom walls with a butter-yellow duvet cover
The bedroom walls have been painted in a slightly more yellow tone than the light grey walls in the living room, giving the space a warmer base. Just like in the living room, an Ikea Ivar cabinet can be found next to the bed for extra storage, which has been painted in the same off-white color as the walls.
The butter-yellow duvet cover complements the wall color in a lovely way, while the green plants add a fresh touch, similar to the effect achieved in the living room.
The large textile lamp above the bed adds a soft and sculptural look to the interior, which in my opinion is an ideal vibe for a calming bedroom design.
Even though the bedroom wall behind the wardrobe is not even, the wardrobe modules were built in a straight line in front of it to even out the look. The white wardrobe stands out in a subtle way from the off-white bedroom walls and since it doesn’t extend up to the ceiling, you can still see the crown molding very well.