Inspiring Interior

Judging from the amount of Inspiring Interiors blog posts that I have done on Swedish designs lately, it would be safe to say that I have a deep love for Swedish interiors. Today’s post is no exception.

Located in Stockholm, this stylish one bedroom flat is a minimalist interior designer’s dream.  The wood furniture highlights the beauty of the herringbone wood floor and the bright white kitchen is chic yet unfussy.  The dining nook is an ideal spot to host friends while the little balcony is the perfect spot to enjoy the weather.  Overall, what this apartment lacks in size more then makes up for it in design.

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All images from http://www.noter.se

I hope that you have a beautiful day! ❤️XXS

Inspiring Interior

Today’s inspiring interior is located in Stockholm.  The bright white walls and many windows allow the natural beauty of this gorgeous apartment to shine.  While a wood table and natural fibre chairs  are not styles of furniture that I normally gravitate towards, I am loving how they contrast against it’s bright environment and the beautiful marble kitchen.  Whimsical touches like the lounge chairs,  super cool light fixtures and eclectic art work give this fabulous space personality, while the grey furniture and plants tie everything together.  This apartment really showcases the beauty of Swedish interior design.  Love it!

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All images from http://www.nuter.se

I hope that you have a fabulous day!  ❤️XXS

Inspiring Interiors

Interior design and architecture have been a life long passion of mine.  I love how some fresh paint and light can completely transform a room.  One of my favourite interior designers is Barcelona based designer Katty Schiebeck.  Katty is a design forced to be reckoned with.  Her show stopping interiors are a lesson in simplicity and minimalism, and her use of colours and contrasting materials is absolutely breathtaking.  To say that I am obsessed with her work would be an understatement, so it made sense that one of her projects would be the first in the Inspiring Interiors series here on Stylishly Zen.

This project located on the Passeig de Concepcio in Barcelona is part of a conversion project that Katty worked on.  The use of natural light and marble contrasting with dark wood and pops of colour makes this aparthotel a showstopper.  The herringbone pattern on the floor elevates the level of design in the entire space. Simple and elegant, this apartment is straight out of my dreams.

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Photo credit: http://www.kattyschiebeck.com