A 28 sqm apartment in beautiful Scandinavian style by Juliana Sampaio

 A 28 sqm apartment in beautiful Scandinavian style | www.kronekern.com

In a small apartment, the idea is to keep the white walls to create a feeling of amplitude, but this does not mean that your home becomes boring or without style. This depends on the decoration you choose! But above all the colours. Here they have chosen to use grey as secondary and earthy colours for accents. In this house what stands out most is the steel shelves and the bar table that give an industrial touch. I really like the sitting area with the trunk used as a coffee table as well as the rustic bank. The wall of the entrance that could be nothing, has become welcoming with a simple clothes hanger, basket and a ladder!

Courtesy images Innerstadsspecialisten


Cozy bedroom with grey walls and green accents by Juliana Sampaio

 Cozy bedroom with grey walls and green accents | www.kronekern.com

I like this light grey on the walls come out of the usual white! Great choice of the duvet cover in green contrasting with some pillowcases in peach pastel (this colour is fine even with dark blue). A touch of style with the two wall lamps and the rustic bench. Very comfortable side with hanging clothes and a mirror.

Courtesy images via Entrance Makleri


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A 43 sqm apartment with a beautiful custom-made wooden kitchen by Juliana Sampaio

 A 43 sqm apartment with a beautiful custom-made wooden kitchen | www.kronekern.com

I think a small environment is much easier and cheaper to decorate. Obviously, a fitted wardrobe in the kitchen is the ideal solution to be able to have as much space as possible. In fact in this they have not only had more space but also given style. Of course, the less you put the more space you have. Try to decorate with just the necessary. I do not say that you have to be minimalist but be aware that in this way your home will be much more fashionable.

Courtesy images Alexander White

IKEA Livet Hemma: Autumn's warm brown tones + IVAR diy by Juliana Sampaio

 IKEA Livet Hemma: Autumn's warm brown tones + IVAR diy | www.kronekern.com

Our favorite IVAR only needs a pair of layers of black semi-matt snare color and some tanned natural leather handles to match the Autumn's warm brown tones. Two great news are these incredible lamps and the brutal storage from series BROR.

Earlier this fall, BROR, the storage series, was said to be something of a heavy metal cousin to IVAR. Durable and sturdy in matt black powder-coated steel, it stands for the most part and is also easy to assemble. A wheelchair comes loaded, with what, all the favorite books and the first Christmas atmosphere! See all the details of the products used here

Courtesy images IKEA Livet Hemma
Styling: @annalenskogbelfrage
Photography: @ragnaromarsson