This eye-catchy apartment belongs to a couple with a good sense of humor, and that’s reflected in the décor.
The apartment is located in the 1932 building, and the owners hoped to get cool original brick walls but didn’t find any, so they decided to make concrete walls to achieve the same raw effect.
The color scheme of the apartment is black and white, which is rather typical for a Scandinavian space like this one. There are just a few touches of navy and gold and natural wood here and there to enliven the space.
The monochrome living room is rather cozy, black sofa and graphic black and white rug make the space comfy but the centerpiece of the room is a gallery wall with various artworks and pictures, it really makes a statement.
The home office is mid-century modern, with a cool retro wooden desk and chair and a great metal grid used for hanging and attaching various stuff, which is rather functional and continues the décor. The unique bar cabinet is made in the shape of a fuel can with mirror surfaces and wood inside.
The kitchen is also a mix of black and white, and here the furniture is white while the floors are black. Modern furniture here is mixed with the 50s flea market pieces. Every room here has its own character, and so does the kitchen. Here a peculiar element is a chalkboard door, which is very functional and looks relaxing.
The master bedroom can boast of some different colors like blue. Navy curtains, a grey bedspread and headboard with a navy and gold lamp make the bedroom more eye-catchy.
There are a lot of fun elements and decorations to show the couple isn’t taking everything too serious, so get inspired!