Culture. Eat it
10 January 2017
An apartment to come back to (gladly)
The place to come and go, the place to stay, the place to stop for a while, the place to come back, come back and back. Home. You can go wherever you want, with whoever you want, but in the end you’ll always be back here. And then, since you would definitely spend here a lot of time, you’d better make it welcoming. Because, remember well, you can also leave it or change it, but home will never leave you and the memories will follow you everywhere. Ok, layered it so, it seems very “horror movie”, I’ll stop.
The Swedish mini apartment that I present you today is definitely a place where I would live and I would come back.
A little bit because it’s absolutely well organized, a little bit because it’s very rich in personality and a bit, and more than a little bit, because it looks like my house. I see it and I reflect myself, there’s little to be done.
Plus, you can steal a bunch of ideas, such as:
- The industrial bookcase that covers the entire wall: is visually light, furnishes and decorates in one go the house without weighing down or zoom out the space.
- Plants: scattered here and there, decorate and color the house.
- The perfect mix of white, vintage and industrial: white furnishings with rigorous lines interspersed with vintage and industrial elements. You are never wrong combining these three elements together.
- The old staircase in the bedroom: ideal in small rooms, can act as both as an hanger and a magazines/books rack. Decorative and space-saving.
This house is beautiful, but not only for his style, for his soul. Style is a matter of taste, it is important to represent ourselves, feel good and comfortable in our space to enjoy the pleasure of the return and say: “I am finally home”.
Immagini via: historiska hem
Copywriter, content creator and mum with a huge passion for photography. Writing is a therapy that allows her to express her own personality and brings out her true voice. Better than a psychiatrist. Forever trying to find her way, at the time, she prefers to get lost.