This gorgeous turn-of-the-century attic apartment in Sweden (styled by Grey Deco, for sale at Alvhem) has sloped ceilings in the bedroom, however, the rest of the space has straight walls, which makes it easier to decorate and take advantage of the ceiling height.
The light grey kitchen is finished with sage green walls, for an interesting effect in the space with a beautiful dining area right next to the window which is finished with a custom peg rail.
The living room has a beige color palette finished off with brown details, while the bedroom with sloped ceilings has a minimal yet cozy atmosphere.
A light grey kitchen paired with sage-green walls
The light grey kitchen is fitted on either side of the space, allowing for enough worktop space and leaving out a big area in front of the window to comfortably fit a dining table. The walls are painted in a beautiful sage green color, which complements the cabinets, while also contrasting nicely with the white tiles on the kitchen walls.
The light grey kitchen cabinets are finished with a white subway tile backslash on the wall, brass hardware, and a butcher block countertop to add a natural touch to the otherwise cooler color palette.
The kitchen includes a walk-in-pantry with wall shelving, which is painted in the same wall color as the kitchen, making it a smooth extension of the space.
The kitchen window is fitted with white curtains that stand out against the sage green wall color. The dining table is paired with light wood bentwood chairs and a classic chandelier adds a whimsical touch to this area.
The wall behind the kitchen table has a custom oak wood peg rail that is perfect for hanging kitchen utensils and decor items. It finishes off this dining area in the most perfect way I think.
A combination of beige tones in the cozy living room
While the grey and green tones in the kitchen add a subtle fresh touch to the apartment decor, the living room is decorated in warm beige and brown tones that result in a warmer and cozy atmosphere. The greige living room walls are paired with a warm beige fluffy area rug and natural wood tones in the coffee table and armchair.
The different patterns of the textiles in the throw pillows on the sofa add a beautiful texture to the setting, which is reflected in the big round mirror next to the window.
On the other side of the living room, you can find an Ikea Ivar cabinet with a dark stain. The dark brown of the cabinet pairs perfectly with the greige wall color and the brown also comes back in the art print hanging above it.
The white double interior doors that lead towards the kitchen are a gorgeous historic element in the space and they frame the view from the living room into the kitchen nicely.
The TV is mounted to the wall right next to the historic fireplace, paired with an elegant bench to finish the corner.
A minimal white bedroom that fits underneath the sloped ceilings
The white walls in the bedroom paired with a mixture of of subtle textiles and carefully selected objects result in a minimal yet cozy bedroom setting.
A mixture of subtle beige and grey textiles on the bed add an interesting texture while keeping a modest color palette.
The seating area next to the window matches the color palette of the textiles on the bed and ties the bedroom decor together with the one in the adjacent living room.
In a niche space between the bedroom and the walk-in closet, a home office is created with the use of a simple white floating desk that fits into the space. While this spot might not be comfortable enough to work from home full-time, it’s perfect to take the sporadic meetings or to work from home part-time.