This stylish one-bedroom apartment in Sweden (Styled by
This small one-bedroom apartment has a shared living and sleeping space with wood wall shelving and a floating desk used as a home office spot. The subtle light grey walls in the living space are paired with a dusty pink area rug that connects to the pink hallway color.
The simple white kitchen features sage green walls that add a lot of character to the space and the vintage dining table provides a cozy spot for having meals in the kitchen.
A living and sleeping space with light grey walls
The living space includes both a sofa area, a sleeping space, and a home office spot. The light grey walls enhance the subtle color palette used throughout the space and I love the way the sheer white curtains jump out of this color palette.
A glass coffee table is great for small spaces, as it doesn’t obstruct the view. The mirror next to the sofa area reflects the daylight back into the space and it makes the room visually appear bigger.
The wooden wall shelf spreads over the entire living room wall, connecting the sleeping space with the lounge area. The soft wood tones stand out nicely against the light grey wall color and the shelves provide a perfect spot for books and accessories.
The sleeping area is decorated with a combination of beige and white textiles and a beige art print that adds a warm touch to the light grey walls.
On the other side of the room, a modular wall shelving system includes a
A simple white kitchen with a sage green wall color
The simple white kitchen is a bit dated, however, the sage green wall color adds a fresh new life to the space and complements the wood hardwood flooring and the wood countertops perfectly.
The pink entryway can be seen from the kitchen and the two colors complement each other nicely for a unique color palette.
A vintage round dining table provides a perfect dining spot in front of the kitchen window. The mix of chairs paired with the black pendant light, the green plants and the art print make this area cozy and inviting.
A pink entryway wall color for a bold effect
The entryway, which can be seen from the kitchen and from the living space, doesn’t have any direct natural light coming in, so the bold pink color choice helps to make this space interesting and inviting.
The small entryway bench paired with the beautiful gallery wall adds a lot of character to this area, which is the first space you see when entering the apartment.
The mirror is great for checking your outfit before you go, yet it also allows more light into the space.