In America, we seem to like big. The bigger the better. There are sayings such as “Everything is bigger in Texas.” It is said with pride.
But in other countries, small is not looked upon as less. Take this home in Sweden.
The furnishings are sparse for this resident. Which gives it a much more spacious feel.
But I can imagine color lighting up this place like a rainbow.
The kitchen is quite small by our standards. But just look how well-contained it is. It has what you need from what I can see.
Even better, there is a window into the living space, which makes the kitchen feel even bigger. And it’s a quaint touch as well.
The furnishings aren’t my cup of tea. But I can envision my things here. My quilts folded over a couch and serving as wall art.
Wall cubbies keep your clothing sorted and organized. This is a nice feature. One that makes great use of the space.
You can look out this window to the bustling street below. City living. This could be quite accommodating if you didn’t own a car. I doubt you’d really need one.
And this is the sprawling building you’d live in. Picturesque, architecturally appealing.
Photo Sources: Apartment Therapy & My Scandinavian Home