I love clean, modern spaces and I especially love rooms with a Scandinavian look. When I think of Scandinavian design I typically think of spaces that are black, white and include wood pieces. I was surprised to find this colorful yet minimal home in Gothenburg Sweden. This Vasastan home has bright white walls but has enough pops of color to seem quite colorful! Here’s this week’s Design Crush: a colorful Scandinavian home in Gothenburg, Sweden.
The home is located on the third floor of a building built in 1890. It’s 70 square meters large, which is approximately 750 square feet.
This space was well designed, and each pop of color was planned perfectly. While the furniture is mostly white and grey the most amount of color is added in the hanging lamps over the dining nook and seating area in the living room.
Green was added to the home in the large amount of plants placed on tables and surfaces, and pops of pinks and blue can be seen in throw pillows and accent furniture.
Soft tones of pink and purple were used to decorate the balcony as well. Again, the balcony furniture is white and neutral but the rug and pillows add so much color that it appears very cheery and colorful.
What do you think of this unusually designed Scandinavian home? Are you a fan of large amounts of color in the home?