The apartments are 45-90 sq.m.

Scandinavian loft-studio with a touch of French village

In this studio apartment of 135 square meters,A sea of ​​sunshine and a combination of Scandinavian style and Provence, very unusual for Stockholm. White walls that give off ice, the ultimate functionality of each cog and minimal furniture is what we are used to seeing in almost every Scandinavian interior. Today's loft-studio, which can also be called a penthouse, in many respects breaks stereotypes. It is cozy and even cute, like a farmhouse in a French village, while very spacious and bright. From the Provence interior got stone floors,Which can be called the background of the composition, patina, vintage furniture and many old chests, baskets and lamps. Despite the fact that almost everything around here is painted white, the eye constantly moves along the interior, noticing that untouched beam, the wind rose on the floor, the mannequin of the 1920s. And still there are a lot of plants and there is no "emptiness" habitual for local interiors - it is helped by sloping ceilings, wood trim and dynamic lighting. Domidizajn.jutarnji.hr

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