Sense by Dubrovska Studio
Albert Park - Christopher Elliott Design

Today we are celebrating that it is Friday by looking at this lovely Swedish apartment that has a stunning 3 meter ceiling to show off. The apartment itself has a more squarish layout which allows for plenty of light and gives the overall apartment a feeling of more space. Not to forget this is a one bedroom apartment with “only” 64 square meter in size, but due to the high ceiling and light this space feels much larger and could easily host one of my Fredagsmys evenings together with my friends. Hopefully you will find plenty of inspiration from this apartment.

 

Some inspiring things from this apartment: 

 

  • Showcase your wine glasses with a wall mounted wine rack
  • Skip upper cabinets and go for some art above the counter top instead
  • Show off your stunning coffee maker
  • Use a linen tablet cloth for a softer dining look
  • The light gray focal wall brings depth and interest to the overall white space
  • Opt for sliding doors

 

————— see our “Read & See list” below

 
Scandi interior
 

Fredagsmys 

Is a Swedish word for the concept of comfort and relaxation. It could be in your home, out in a restaurant or any other space. It has a different meaning to each Swede. It might involve the luxury of a glass of wine, candy, great food, company of your loved once, indulging in a book….. Well the imagination for what Fredagsmys means is endless and is all about ‘a feeling’.

 
Scandi interior

Scandi interior

Scandi interior
 

FRIDAY FREDAGSMYS READ & SEE LIST 

– If you are thinking of if a small living apartment is the thing for you. Don’t miss out this space
– Want a doze of minimalism inspiration? Then Frederic Berthier Architecture is your guy.
– Crazy about ceramics for your home, then don’t miss out this Etsy round up for the hottest shops.
– Have you seen the natural and wild home trend? We love it and so does Decor8
– Some inspiration if you have fallen for the dry flower trend

 
Scandi interior
Scandi interior
Scandi interior
Scandi interior
Credit: Stadshem

 

Sense by Dubrovska Studio
Albert Park - Christopher Elliott Design