all images courtesy of 55kvadrat.se nothing really fancy in this apartment but the atmosphere reminds me one of these quiet sunday afternoons with snow outside… reading my favorite books next to that fireplace would be lovely. and that gold tone Bumling wall lamp! what a nice vintage touch.
all images courtesy of bo-bedre.no | photos by Mads Mogensen recently i came across this interview of norwegian-canadian architect todd saunders’s own family house in bergen, norway. people always imagine that a architect’s house must be the most spectacular or precious project the architect ever designed. as to saunder, the most important thing was to create a house that could fit into the neighborhood.
all images courtesy of alvhemmakleri.se a absolutely astonishing dreamy penthouse for the all-white scandinavian interior fans. the amenities cannot be more luxurious: a lofty layout that comes with mini office (on glass floor!) right under the sky roof, a cozy dining/living room with exposed wood posts & beams, generous size kitchen and bathroom, a secret tuck-away bedroom with glass sky roof, plus a minimal spiral stair case. not to mention you get to have a freestanding wood burning stove.
all images courtesy of wrede.se inside a 1912 industrial building, this fully renovated duplex designed by koncept stockholm not only has a spacious 4 rooms interior, the stunning water view of archipelago from every room is absolutely gorgeous. love the warm wood floor with primarily black hardware & window frame. and that fire place… this is what is called fancy. all images courtesy of wrede.se check out realtor’s website for the complete set of images.
all images courtesy of fastighetsbyran.se styled by tina hellberg, this three bedroom apartment – exactly same layout as we posted yesterday – surprised us with a hint of pastel pink and a accent charcoal color wall around the fireplace in the living room. take a look and let me know which one you like better: muscular gray interior or soft pastel with accent dark wall?
all images courtesy of no home without you with the end of daylight saving (did you sleep in for that ‘extra’ hour?), means the beginning of winter… which means, more fire-place, candle lights, (and little bit of holiday decoration) inspiration are on their way to michitecture. can you believe this super chic and cozy place is a REAL home, not one of these styled home for sale? after browsing kaisa’s lovely home i feel guilty not […]
all images courtesy of boligliv.dk| photos by yvonne wilhelmsen a warm, cozy and functional home for a family of three from oslo, norway. love the beautiful wood floor and the accent gray wall in the living room & dinning room. the simple palate of wood (wood furniture, wood floor, wood dining table) with a white interior is such a serene yet cozy combination.
[all images courtesy of finn.no ] again, concrete, wood and white. there are just so many ways to use these three elements! i’ve been following elisabeth heier‘s blog for some time now, mainly because her lovely home in oslo that often featured in her blog. composed with white, exposed wood beams/posts and accentuated material like concrete, this three-room apartment on the top floor is full of natural sunlight – and it comes with a patio.