I have been so on the go lately that these calm and serene interiors look so inviting to me. This monochromatic space is a two-bedroom, apartment in Sweden. There are so many details that make this home special. For example, I love the unexpected large-scale watercolor that hangs above the sofa or the bubble, blown-glass vase. The rustic wood floors are a focal piece all on their own and really warm up against the stark white paint. Layered linen bed sheets make the simple bedroom a space to retreat and melt away from the day. I surprisingly like that the kitchen has no upper cabinets. It makes the space completely open up into the dining room and the white lacquer finish are a fun compliment to the warm wood counter tops. And how cute is that tiny, urban balcony? A print pillow, a cozy throw and lush greenery make a small space extra special all on its own. While I am not that much of a minimalist, it’s refreshing to see everything orderly and have a place of its own. How do you guys like the space?
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