I love the subtle color balance achieved in this beautiful turn-of-the-century apartment in Sweden (Styled by
The kitchen features dark grey shaker cabinets that spread across the kitchen wall. The absence of upper cabinets gives the space a light and airy look despite the darker cabinet color. The brass hardware adds an elegant focal point to the shaker cabinets and the spacious dining table in the middle of the room is great for gathering with friends and family.
Both the living room and bedroom have a light grey wall color, which is paired with a natural color palette. The contrast of the blue sofa in the living room works wonderfully with the crisp white wainscoting on the wall.
Dark grey shaker cabinets and gold hardware for a contrasting look in the kitchen
The spacious kitchen has a row of lower modules
The dark grey shaker cabinets are paired with brass hardware, a white marble countertop, and stainless steel appliances. The backsplash is treated with white tile that brightens the color palette.
A large wall shelf is applied right above the tile backsplash. This shelving is a perfect spot for adding the prettiest kitchen essentials on display.
The wall opposed to the window has a built-in pantry, followed by two large cupboards that include the fridge. The side of the large cupboard is finished with open shelving perfect for decor pieces or cookbooks.
The classic dining table and chairs are placed on top of a light grey area rug that adds a beautiful texture to the white-soaped hardwood flooring.
A vintage glass cabinet in a warm wood tone finishes off the kitchen design and adds a beautiful historic touch.
Through those beautiful white-painted historic double doors, you can catch a glimpse of the living room.
White wainscoting, light grey walls, and a blue couch in the living room
The light grey living room wall color is finished off with
A vintage glass cabinet is painted in a grey color that is just a few shades darker than the light grey tone on the walls, allowing it to pop out elegantly and subtly.
The blue couch is paired with a black marble coffee table and two vintage armchairs complete the look perfectly. The vintage sideboard next to the double interior door is finished with a round mirror.
The warm wood tone on the sideboard adds a warm element to the space and the green Monstera plant adds a fresh touch to the color palette.
The contrasting furniture pieces are complemented with a mix of neutral tones in the textiles and accessories, which gives the space a cozy appearance and a finished look.
Light grey bedroom walls and warm textiles
The light grey bedroom wall color adds a subtle contrast with the white ceiling and crown molding. The wall color also makes the white wardrobe stand out. The mixture of beige and brown textiles on the bed paired with the black wall lamp works well in the room.
The classic white wardrobe is built in a corner layout, allowing a lot of storage space on a relatively small surface.
A guest bedroom and home office combined
The guest bedroom has a bright white color palette finished with beige and brown tones on the bed. This color palette has similarities with the main bedroom.
Opposed to the bed, you can find wall shelving with an
An entryway with an asymmetrical floor plan
The entryway pairs a tile floor by the entry and white-soaped wood flooring in the rest of the space. The grey storage module with drawers turns into a seating bench for putting your shoes on.
A large wardrobe module fits perfectly in between two doorways and provides this space with extra storage opportunity.
Hexagon floor tiles and gold fixtures in the bathroom