How do you make a small apartment look stylish and spacious? The answer is well-known and this tiny apartment in Stockholm is such an amazing example of the case. With a small open plan to include a sofa and a dining table, a kitchen with sleek white cabinetry that extents to the living room, a bedroom and a bathroom, this apartment seems more than enough. The large window brings a generous amount of daylight indoors, which along with the bright hues and the pale, monochromatic combinations and the sleek surfaces make the space look bigger than it actually is. The furnishings are kept to the necessary minimum, consisting of a gray corner sofa, a dining table, a white console and some shelves. The difference is in the details though. The brass lighting fixtures and an incredible brass sink and faucet, visible from the living room act like noteworthy jewelry to the subtle decorated apartment.
Above: A swing arm sconce can prove to be practical while providing enough light for tasks or a discreet ambient one when turn towards the wall plus doesn't take up any space on the floor.
Above: White floating shelves are the best way to create a showcase nook without adding visual clutter in a small space. These ones are beautifully styled too!
Above: A concrete coffee table adds a rough, industrial inspired, vibe into the space. Love this one made by Built Concrete.
Above: The aligned bare brass light pendants are one of my favorite assets of this apartment. You can pick your own from a great selection of brass fixtures at Edison Light Globes to add to your place.
Above: How pretty is this brass sink? It looks so understated glam in combination with the marble countertop. Would you opt for a sink like that? This one by Whitehaus looks nice.
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