Tiny places part I

Who says that a tiny place is lacking of functionality or elegance? Whenever I see an apartment that has only one room I am ,unconsciously, looking for the bed and how this is blending in with the rest of the furniture and everyday demands.

A 36 sq.m. apartment in Goteborg, Sweden is featuring today on the blog and it is on sale here, in case you are interested. The building dates back to 1920 with big ceiling heights and large windows to meet up the demands of this tiny place. I love how the light comes into the room and   the warm hues of the wooden floor. It makes it look welcoming and at the same time spacious.


Photography courtesy by Stadshem




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Hi! I am an architect who loves interior design. I created this digital space so that I could share with you my love for simplicity, Scandinavian minimalism and beauty in general. It is a place where architecture meets art, fashion and functionality. A place where I love to lay down and dream. Welcome to my home.