We’re starting the week with a beautiful recently renovated apartment in Gothenburg. The flat is located in an old building from the 1920s. The color palette picked for the spaces consists of shades of warm beiges and greys. You’ll see a generous open spaces divided into a big kitchen and dinning room that connects with a light and airy living
Love the contrasts in this space! The industrial vibe, the modern touches and the little Scandinavian details. hemnet.se
Ever wonder how is to live in biking distance from the ocean? Well, check out this dreamy two-storey house spanned over 144 square meters, close to the tranquility of nature and yes, biking distance from ocean. Marie Ramse, the designer went for the whitest white, darkest blue to the neutral grey. That’s one scandi color scheme! The furniture was picked
Last weekend I was in Rome and didn’t get the chance to post the past weeks 5 dreamy spaces. Yes, a travel post will come soon, but until then, hope you enjoy the selection. Fav spaces featured on DDD’s inspiration station this week. Don’t forget to follow us on instagram too, @dailydreamdecor *click on the photos for the source*
First of all, I know I exaggerated with the amount of pictures I posted, but this scandi apartment is so, so dreamy. Arched windows with hand-blown glass, bright, tiled floor, preserved mirror doors and old world charm! The living room doubles as a dinning room also and features a stunning but a bit creepy, if you ask me, still love
Fashion designer Hanne Bloch added in his classic apartment, handmade custom furniture, golden glamour and an unmistakable Scandinavian touch. Birgitta Wolfgang for bo-bedre
Peculiar title, now? Let give a bit more details… this gorgeous Scandinavian space is the featured on the cover of the first issue of MyHome Magazine… which you can check out & order here.
A charming flat in Gothenburg, full of light, high windows along with the generous ceiling height, creating a wonderfully airy atmosphere. stadshem