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size matters


i’ve spotted this tiny living space popping up all over pinterest and cyberspace in the past few weeks, and i don’t know if it’s the arresting glare of those ögon cacao eyes by olle eksell that’s kept catching my own, or the beautifully proportioned use of space in the compact 40 square metres, but the images have stuck vividly in my mind ever since.

i’m loving the calm white serenity of the glossy white cubed living space and the extra character added in the bedroom through the exposed wooden floorboards and clustered gallery wall of artwork opposite the bed. the addition of industrial style details such as the block table trolley and tolix a chairs in varnished raw steel also helps elevate this from boring white box to stylish – and surprisingly spacious – abode.






all imagery via fastighetsmaklarna

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  1. They have created this lovely contrast of snowy white, black and subtle grey color and then blended a solid shade of blue in rug. Wow what a concept! I think I liked the wooden floorboards more than anything. Perfect idea :)

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