Contemporary living in the heart of Gothenburg
Nestled in the heart of Sweden’s second biggest city, this Gothenburg apartment shows how a pared-back palette can really help a space breathe. With a little over 90 square metres of living space, this apartment isn’t the biggest around, but every effort has gone into ensuring the space feels well utilised. The main lounge and dining area radiate open-plan living at its finest. This place doesn’t skimp on furniture, but a neutral colour palette and lower heights mean the place never feels cluttered, as well as giving the illusion of much higher ceilings. Gorgeous fabrics and natural elements round of the sharper edges of the space, with exotic orchids and plant motifs inviting outdoor themes inside.
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This trend is carried through into the dining area, slightly set away from the main lounge. A galley kitchen is decked out with the contemporary fixtures and fittings, with mobile trolleys providing additional surface area that can be pushed aside when a bit more floorspace is needed. This apartment also benefits from plenty of natural light. Only light fabrics and draping have been used, giving a level of privacy, without shutting out essential sunlight. A small balcony area has been transformed into a full-fledged garden, decked out with a multitude of plants and practical furniture to provide an essential outdoor space.