It is a big risk to overcrowd the interior when you have a small apartment to place everything you need for a normal life. It is a common mistake in smaller homes where the combination of functionality and style is very difficult, especially if the place is not enough. In order to avoid such mistakes you need to schedule your furniture and decorations, as well as their location, to separate required items from the unnecessary and to hold up on simplicity. This Scandinavian apartment could undoubtedly give you such an inspiration.
This small apartment with 39 m² can not offer a dynamic floor plan, or the freedom and space for all that owners may need. But it is still very cozy and welcoming place. It is a comfortable and functional interior that has all the requirements for a quiet life in the big city despite its limited area. It has a pleasant living room, a kitchen, a dining room, small bedroom and a bathroom.
The interior looks minimalistic, thanks to the white furniture, walls and ceilings. On the other side there is the natural wood floor which creates a unique welcoming atmosphere. The furniture is carefully chosen and most of it comes from IKEA.
The living room has modern grey sofa which is decorated with 4 cute pillows. Framed pictures, the book shelves and beautiful flowers create a cozy appearance in this room.
The dining room has a fine wallpaper, a modern hanging lamp, lovely candlesticks, warm chairs and creative painting.
There is a small white kitchen with nice mosaic tiles. Its white base is combined with metallic appliances and refreshed with some green plants and spices, yellow hanging lamp and a small and cute curtain.
The small white bedroom is decorated only with 3 pillows in vivid colours, 2 candlesticks, fresh flowers and green plants.
A lovely finish of the entire image gives the small but cozy terrace that offers a view to the backyard of the building.