A Colorful Scandinavian Apartment

The other day I showed you a minimalist apartment. Today I’m showing you a Scandinavia apartment filled with natural light and color.

I truly love the layout of this apartment. I love the wood floors, the natural light. It just speaks to me. 

The kitchen…
With eat-in dining.
The bedroom is small but full of light.
A child’s room.
Such a cheerful space.
The bathroom. I’ve never seen a tub with legs like that.
And this adorable little terrace.
Could you see yourself living in this apartment?


  1. This apartment does not appeal to me. I do like the child's room and the terrace. I prefer your apartment and your decorating style…colorful but not as warm and inviting as your apt.

    1. I've found that the hardest thing to find in an apartment is good natural light. Just think what great pics you could get!

  2. That is such a charming apartment! I don't think it looks too small either. The kids room is about the cutest room in the apartment. So creatively done.

  3. I thought I read the title of your post wrong! This is so cool and the color here and there has a lot of impact without making me feel smothered the way a lot of color rubs me sometimes. So many of the pieces of furniture are awesome…the coffee table and tub. The child's room is just precious!!


  4. I would totally live there its not my ordinary style but I could love it just the same. Thank you for sharing and bringing my thoughts out of the box. Lisa @ Sweat Tea N' Salty Air

  5. Absolutely! I love the brightness of the rooms. The further north you go, the hours of daylight get shorter in the winter. Living in a place where daylight hours are in the single digits (me) is depressing. Especially, when the sky is almost always cloud-covered in the winter.

    I grew up on the prairies where daylight hours were short but at least we had brilliant sunlit skies during daylight hours. It sort of made up for tge sun going down so early.

    The light-coloured walls, along with the bright pops of colour are delightful. The open-spaces in the apartment are excellent as well. Being cooped up inside more often during the winter is difficult if one lives in an apartment, especially if it is over-stuffed with furniture! The Scandinavians have learned how to make the best of those shirt winter days.

    Thanks for sharing! Give the pups a pat for me.


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