Scandinavian design won’t become boring if you make it personalized. Here is a great example of a Scandinavian interior that reflects the owners’ style. Today you’ll get inspired by a simple and elegant white apartment featuring neutrals, warm wooden furniture, bronze accents, and houseplants. Get comfortable and enjoy a short tour around this dwelling!
So what do we have here? A spacious living room, a big kitchen that also serves as a dining room, and two cozy bedrooms. Due to the abundance of white and light grey, the apartment looks bright and open. Such wooden elements as kitchen countertops or table legs add the warmth.
What I love most of all about this apartment is the harmony of details. Designers decorated the interior nicely, paying attention to trends. Interesting bronze and glass lighting fixtures blend naturally into the interior design. A coffee table with a marble countertop, several wicker boxes, and cozy textiles are the details that create a simple and elegant space that is also visually interesting.
Even during such a short digital tour around this simple and elegant white apartment, you must have noticed a bunch of houseplants. Experimenting with pots and planters is one of the ways to add personality to your dwelling. Beside just looking nice and cleaning the air, plants bring natural vibes indoors, making you happier and more motivated. Greenery serves as a great way to change the look of a rented apartment without spending a lot.
Bedrooms are also worth your attention. I like the minimalistic look of the night table, the elegant cabinetry hiding the radiator, and a functional clothes rail. I’ll definitely steal some of the ideas from this design because it looks really nice. There is only one thing missing – a beautiful Eco Deer mounted above the headboard in the bedroom or in the living room.