Looking for ways to add color to your home? This colorful Scandinavian apartment is filled up with unique decorating elements to steal for your own space. Found by devils-den on , this four-room apartment in Linnéstaden, Gothenburg boasts 114-square-meters divided in three bedrooms, a generously-sized living room, kitchen, and bathroom. A variety of beautiful turn of the century details have been carefully preserved, paying tribute to the heritage of the building. Initially erected in 1908, the building contains stucco details, an impressive ceiling height, original flooring, mirrored doors, and a traditional fireplace — used often in the cold Swedish winter.
What we like most about this Swedish home is how the designers managed to infuse the historical components with an original vibe. Acting as the social core of the apartment, the living room inspires cheerfulness throughout. Color is the main actor here, abundantly used in pillow cases, paintings, and furniture upholstery. The unique chandelier seems to sprinkle even more good spirits. Offering a good place for morning contemplation, the neighboring wrought iron balcony faces Kastellgatan with extensive views of picturesque rooftops.