This beautiful Swedish apartment with light floors and white walls has the most beautiful selection of vintage living room furniture pieces spread throughout the interior. I love the way the different wood tones stand out against the light palette of the interior color palette and add character to this beautiful home.
A simple white kitchen with an antique glass cabinet in the dining section
The simple and minimal kitchen has push-to-open
The layout of the kitchen is spread over two walls, with an island section that also functions as a separator between the kitchen and the dining area right next to it.
The kitchen dining area has sheer beige curtains hanging on subtle brass curtain rods, a material that also comes back in the impressive chandelier hanging above the dining table.
The vintage glass cabinet adds a deep wood tone to the color palette, which really stands out against the white backdrop of the walls and kitchen elements.
Vintage living room furniture contrasts with the white color palette for a cozy effect
The adjacent living room shares a similar color palette as the kitchen, with white on the fabric sofa, walls, large area rug, and in the details. The vintage living room furniture adds beautiful contrasting elements to the space, while the vintage crystal chandelier adds an elegant touch.
Subtle black and white art prints on the wall complement this black, white, and brown color palette present in the living room.
A vintage sideboard adds a warmer wood tone to the mix, which has been decorated with black and beige tints for a cohesive look.
A built-in wardrobe around the bed with an oak inlay
The bedroom is equipped with a beautiful
Not that the oak headboard hides away the cables from the wall lamps, which is such an elegant solution.
A simple hallway with a beige wall color
The hallway connects the different rooms together and has a subtle beige wall color that makes the carefully selected elements in natural tones stand out. The standing mirror in the hallway is great for checking your outfit before you go out, yet it also reflects daylight into the hallway, which barely has direct natural light coming in.