This small one-bedroom apartment in Sweden (Styled by
The sofa stands in the middle of the living space, also functioning as a separator between the living and dining area that is located right next to the window.
The small bedroom has an asymmetrical floor plan and a wardrobe that is painted in the same color as the walls for an integrated effect. The throw pillows on the bed pair nicely with the color of the sofa, tying the color palettes of the adjacent rooms together.
Dark green-grey kitchen cabinets with lots of storage space
When decorating a
The backside of the larger cupboard on the side of the kitchen lengthens the hallway section of the apartment. On the wall next to the entryway, you can find a wall shelf and a small bench.
A living and dining room with a burned orange couch in the middle
While you often see floor plans where the sofa is placed against one of the living room walls, placing the sofa as a separator can be great when you want to create a visual difference between two functional areas.
The dining table with black dining chairs is placed parallel to the sofa and the window, allowing for two different areas in the living space.
The burned-orange velvet sofa fabric is paired with a mixture of beige throw pillows and a dark oak coffee table on top of an off-white area rug that makes this section of the living kitchen cozy and inviting.
The living room gallery wall includes both neutral and orange tones that match the color palette of the sofa section.
A bedroom with an asymmetrical floor plan and a built-in wardrobe
The bedroom can be reached through the doorway right next to the kitchen. The mixture of orange and beige tones stands out from the other room and ties the two color palettes together.
The wardrobe is built into one of the bedroom walls and the cabinet doors have been painted in the same paint color, which makes them blend in nicely.