This apartment in Linnestaden, Sweden is located in a building that is over 100 years old—but you’d never be able to tell by the graceful modern interior that takes white design in a fresh new direction.
The muted creamy tones of the walls make the white furniture, fixtures, and frames dramatically “pop” with contrast. Abundant white space is occasionally punctuated by chrome details and black accents. Solid oak floors maintain a warm atmosphere within a stylish monochromatic white interior with rich yellows and golden brown hues. Delicate geometric lights add spatial dimension to the high ceilings with enchanting glowing orbs.
This Swedish apartment is modern without being industrial; colorful yet still very white. Nothing in this home seems to be ridged or forced because utility is never compromised. Everything is bright without being minimalistic or cut-and-dry.
We can only imagine how dusk and dawn look refracting off of every fresh surface of this White Swedish Apartment as it filters through the generous windows.