Friday, July 22, 2011

More Danish Design: well, sort of...

Following along with posts inspired by our trip to Denmark coming up, here is an uber-cool apartment in Stockholm.  What's that you say?  Stockholm isn't in Denmark?   You're right. 

Although we won't get to Stockholm while we're there, we will have one night in the southern Swedish city of Malmö.  It's kind of a long story why we are also going there in addition to Copenhagen since they are so close together, but it will be a nice bonus to our itinerary.  We are excited to at least step into Sweden, even if it's just for one night.  :)

So, that explains why I thought I'd sprinkle in a bit of modern Swedish design too.  Hope you like this little spot!

So cozy.  I could definitely survive a cold Swedish winter snuggled up in here.

Gazing out that window over the city must be nice.



I don't like saunas but I love the look of this one.  And, when in Rome...


A great open floor plan that makes the most of the space!  So well done.

All images found here
You can find more posts about Scandinavian design herehere, here, here and here.

So, what do you think?

6 comments:

eclecticrevisited said...

oh my..gotta love the blue and white...it's so pretty....love this modern Swedish design...love vintage Swedish as well...they certainly know how to keep things light and bright...yea, I'm not much for sauna's either but this design is very nice...
maureen

Aubrey {All Things Bright and Beautiful} said...

A trip to Denmark??? You lucky duck, you! (c: And this place couldn't be more picturesque...I love how the swedish/danish influence is so clean and crisp, they always have the coolest stuff, don't they? (c: Have a great weekend!

eclecticrevisited said...

oh, and love the larger size pics too by the way!!... :)
maureen

Conspicuous Style Design Blog said...

I love learning about Danish, and now Swedsh, design from you. That first image is particularly stunning!
Stacy

under spanish moss said...

Beautifully designed spaces. We love the light and airy spaces.
Angela and Renee

Anonymous said...

I love your blog, thank you for sharing these beautiful inspirations!
Do you know the italian company Sige Gold? It produces neo baroque furniture...and I would like to know your opinion.

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