Interior of a two-room apartment

Stockholm interior design of a small apartment

Interior design of a small apartment Stockholm,the capital of Sweden is one of the fastest growing cities in Europe, also known as the capital of Scandinavia. Jonas Wagell is an architect and the happy owner of a tiny apartment of 36 square meters, which for many of us will be too small. A few years ago, when Jonas studied interior, architecture and furniture design at the Konstfak Institute, he chose this apartment as a summer project. The building was built in 1937 and has not been restored since the 1980s. The interior design of a small apartment was boring, it lacked individuality and taste. Jonas, who did most of the workindependently, included in the project the demolition of some walls, doors and a separate toilet room. Thus, the designer created additional space. Christmas tree-shaped dark floors add to the room expansiveness and character. Sleeping niche with a depth of several steps separatedfrom the adjacent living area, the main in the apartment. The lighting is built into the walls and ceiling, which creates only a pleasant glow in the deep night, without irritating your eyesight at all. The furnishing is simple and functional. A few chairs and an open box create the illusion of space. The kitchen is small, but very convenient for the amateur chef. Jonas Wagell managed to translate the idea of ​​creating something impressive, using only a minimum of funds. However, the designer did it with taste, grace and, of course, love. Do you like the apartment? Save it to your page on social networks!

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