Astounding Scandinavian apartment with mid-century modern designs

Friday, October 20

What a gem. Welcome to the home of Creative director Martin and his wife My. Located inside of an old 1888 building, it has a ton of charm and personality.

With a size of 156 square meters, there is indeed a lot of space to make your dreams come true, and the owners chose a very nice way to decorate this interior.

In the living room, which is quite minimalist, you can find a very nice sofa from Eero Koivisto and chairs by Barrey & Moltzer. The ceiling lamp is from Ay Illuminate. The only real decor piece here is a couple of photographs behind the couch.  There is also a fun piece there - vintage table football.  On the second living room  photo you can also spot a JWDA Concrete Table Lamp by Menu, my lamp of choice for a next lamp buying madness :)

I simply love the dining room with a couple of classic chairs and my favorite Poul Henningsen's lamp - the snowball. There is a large metal shelf which adds bit of almost industrial feel

The bright and calm dining room is counterbalanced by the dark and elegant kitchen. Black is the ruling color there and with a black painted walls, it has a very distinctive look. I like how the white floor complements the look.

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Macramé interior trend inspiration

Tuesday, October 17

Macramé is currently being more and more popular especially in the bohemian interiors. These knotted wall hangings are looking amazing and can make any dull or empty wall interesting, even without the use of any color.

I was looking for some inspiration on pinterest and you can see what I found on the photos bellow. Personally, my favorite place for hanging macramé is above the bed, but it looks great practically anywhere. What is your opinion on this trend?


Bedromm with a large macrame on the wall
bedroom with blue wall and large macrame
large macrame decoration
macrame and wall art
rustic, nordic interior with a large macrame and moroccan rug
bohemian bedroom with a large macrame
wall with a various macrames
rustic interior with a large macrame, cacti and animal fur
boho chic bedroom with a pink woven rug and large macrame

Loft-like Scandinavian apartment with an amazing kitchen

This apartment has one of the largest dining areas I ever saw in an apartment. Combined with the large,  industrial-like windows, that place looks truly amazing.

The kitchen itself is quite nice, with the marble tabletop and gold accent, retro electric sockets and lovely use of the String Shelf.

In the living area, there is a nice, refreshing use of colors in a form of a cute orange retro chair, blue rug and a beige sofa. You can also spot a nice amount of wall art there.

In the kids room, there is a lot of nice decor ideas and muted pastel colors. You can also spot a String shelf and Eames Elephant by Vitra there.

I really like the organized and clean look of this place and the fact that it contains many stylish pieces of furniture, what about you?

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large kitchen area with gold accents and marble tabletop, string shelfs
retro orange chair
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stylish nursery in scandinavian home
imac, string shelf and red legged table in the nordic interior

Amazing minimalist interior of Kristina Dam

Thursday, October 12

Today,  I would like to invite you to a small visit into the house of the designer Kristina Dam in Copenhagen.

I am amazed by her decor choices and styling here, as the look of the interior is perfect.
You can spot some beautiful design pieces from Poul Kjærholms, Muuto, Hans Wegner and also vintage Danish Modern furniture.

There is a nice separation of various rooms by using different colors. While the living room is toned in black and gray colors, in next one there is a lot of houseplants, white painted floor and lot of wood.

It is a gorgeous interior where minimalism is not too minimal to be cold or self-sufficient. Love it!

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Houme of designer Kristina Dam, PK22 chair, gray sofa
scandianvian interior with houseplants, danish modern furniture and white painted floor
minimalist kitchen in black and gray

Scandinavian cottage with awesome decor

Wednesday, October 11

When I think about a cottage, usually something rustic and old-fashioned comes into my mind, but in Scandinavia, they do things differently.

This little cottage from the 1960s in Vejby belongs to a designer Kristian Lillelund and he really has a great taste for interior design.

I find it absolutely gorgeous. There is the main, white painted area, where purple and blue colors serve as main accents with a help of natural plywood.  It is bright and very positive looking.

The owner is indeed a retro design lover as there are many vintage design pieces to be seen around the house.  My favorite place is the kitchen, where you can find a ton of Cathrineholm pieces and also George Nelson's Bubble lamp (and you can also spot his black Asterisk Clock in the living area).

The sleeping area, in contrast, is very minimalist and modern, using OSB boards for the walls and ceiling but still being coherent with the main room by sharing that beautiful blue color accents.

It is an amazing project and I would love to spend some time here.

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Blue kitchen in scandinavian house, white floors and open box shelves
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OSB boards in interior, bedroom

Playful apartment with mint green accents

Thursday, October 5

Tikkie Elsøe is a blogger at Adelie and she lives with her family in Frederiksberg, Denmark. Their house is an exciting collection of old and new design and thrift founds.

I really like the mint color that was used here, mostly in the kitchen. It has a very pleasing and cute look. Also, the rest of the decor is very nice, from the wall art to beautiful houseplants. There is a nice balance between Scandinavian minimalism and bohemian style. Well done!

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scandinavian apartment with a mint kitchen and lots of art
scandinavian apartment with a mint kitchen and lots of art
scandinavian apartment with a mint kitchen and lots of art
scandinavian apartment with a mint kitchen and lots of art
scandinavian apartment with a mint kitchen and lots of art

Botanical decor inspiration from Netherlands

Tuesday, October 3

The botanical decor is definitely experiencing a boom right now. VT Wonen recently came up with this lovely interior, utilizing a lot of this trend, with the botanical art,  wallpapers and beautiful flowers,

The whole interior is tuned in gray and green tones with some additional accents provided by flowers and decor items.  It has a very calming and relaxing look with the right amount of eclecticism.

Photo: Barbara Kieboom

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botanical decor apartment with flowers and modern design, gray sofa
botanical decor apartment with flowers and modern design, gray sofa
botanical decor apartment with flowers and modern design, dining room, floral wallpaper
kitchen with botanical decor and flowers and green accents