When you use a neutral base color for a room in your house, you can still create a fun and colorful interior space. In this Swedish apartment, most walls are painted in a neutral shade, but bold color pops have been added through painted furniture and colorful decor.
The two-bedroom 65 square meter apartment is located in a historic building from the early 20th century, and in the apartment, you can find some historical elements such as a ceiling rosette and wooden double doors.
The interior style is fairly modern, and you can find bold color accents in every room of the house. From a yellow accent wall in the kitchen to red dining chairs and floral wallpaper in the second bedroom.
Unlike in most rooms, the dining table is placed in the center of the living room. The table is painted in a calm mint green shade which is paired with bold red dining chairs.
The calm beige shade on the walls pairs well with the light wooden floor and they make the colorful furniture really stand out.
The living room can be accessed through the bedroom and the hallway.
Next to the living room lies the master bedroom. The generous room also has light beige walls but color is added with the pink bedding and red bedside table.
In this room, you also find a light wooden floor which is the original from the house.
The owners decided to keep the bedroom as spacious as possible so you can find the wardrobes in the hallway. The hall is pretty big so there is plenty of space for drawers and high wardrobes.
The positive yellow walls in the kitchen nicely contrast the black and white tiles on the floor and the backsplash.
The second bedroom is a tiny room with wall mounted shelves and floral wallpaper.
photography by Alvhem