Swedish Grace - Scandinavian Art Deco
We simply can't get enough of the simplicity and beauty that Nordic interior design brings! This apartment certainly brings an understated elegance with fabulous gold accessories and exquisite antique chandeliers. This home reminds us of the Swedish art deco style developed around 1910-1930 - referred to in England as 'Swedish Grace'.
We love the patterned, colourful scatter cushions on the sofas, creating a fun twist on an otherwise quite formal setting.
The light birchwood flooring, neutral furniture and large windows flood the room with light - very characteristic of many Scandinavian apartments.
A wonderful way to keep an old fireplace alive - we love the addition of the black paint and the candle display.
This home has, in the timeless Nordic style, been painted white throughout - except for the kitchen... Here the art deco, 1930s style continues with a strikingly bold but also elegant and refined wallpaper. The antique chandelier and polished veneer table add to the character of the room, while the modern, leather-covered dining chairs cleverly bring the formality down a notch.
Gorgeous kitchen sink in brass from Decosteel. An unusual and striking approach to any everyday feature!
Uncluttered and airy bedroom which has the minimalistic Scandinavian look. The artwork and side table add an elegant twist.
Now this is a breathtaking bathroom! Top to toe covered with white carrara marble.
This apartment is a sheer delight and fills us with inspiration to embrace a bit of "Swedish Grace"!
Photography by Anders Bergstedt via Entrancemakleri.se