Plants and neutral flowers have been my favorite pieces of interior decoration for a while now, and in particular, I love how nature has been introduced as it captures all the attention. Aside from the big banana tree in the dining room, which is stunning by the way, I am amazed by the decorative, hanging plants in both the living room and the bedroom as it gives the space a very unique, comfortable atmosphere.
As far as furniture pieces go, the round dining table from Asplund really stands out to me. I also love how the kitchen is kept in neutral black and white leaving the focus on the yellow wallpaper. I’m usually more drawn to white or painted walls, but this botanical wallpaper is the perfect balance of subtile and interesting.
This beautiful home is definitely one of my favorites since starting this blog, as you probably guessed by the amount of pictures in the post!
via entrance makleri, photography by Anders Bergstedt
The unconventional color scheme of this kitchen puts me in a beautiful state of awe. The grey-taupe of the cabinets harmonizes perfectly with the petrol blue wall (which color I absolutely adore as it is on the wall in our bedroom). The tone on tone shelves give great storage options and I love how the accessories stand out against the blue.
Doesn’t this turn of the century apartment look absolutely stunning? The sophisticated look got me at first glance. Apart from the original wood floor, the moldings and the doors, I think the color palette of this home fits perfectly as well. The beige color scheme is enhanced with grey, black and umber accent pieces for a very warm yet stylish look. The accessories in the living room pop out even more because of the shelf and wall tone, which is a style I personally love.