International case study - Stockholm apartment

29 January 2016

It’s well known that many interior design trends and inspirations trickle down to us from Northern Europe and this urban apartment in Stockholm is no exception. Using a texture combination of felt, leather and brass is an ultimate Scandi look and a current trend that isn’t slowing down any time soon. 

What we love about this Stockholm apartment is its minimal style and laid-back sophistication. The restrictive living space has been perfectly matched with the Carmo Sofa, making it an inviting space and seemingly bigger than it actually is.

We consider the Carmo sofa a must-see from the BoConcept collection. It stands out from the rest with its boxy shape, piping details and compact style. Not to mention that it’s completely modular, allowing for unique customisation and adding versatility to your living space.  The Carmo here is a great example of this, where a unique combination is made up of individual felt and leather modules.

 Shop the look - full product list at the end of this post!

It’s important to be selective when achieving ‘a look’ for your space. Here, each piece of furniture is chosen for its textural finish and how these textures relate with each other. The light-oak floors are matched with crisp off white walls and white ceiling which leaves the space feeling light and airy. Keeping in touch with the colour scheme, the grey patterned rug adds diversity without stealing too much of the attention. We adore the striking trio of brass pendants hanging low in the living space. The reflective quality of brass creates an uplifting contrast to the matt finish of the grey felt and caramel leather.

Shop The Look:

1. Floating Shelf

2. Carmo Sofa

3. Spaceline Pendant

4. Palencia Rug

5. Murcia Coffee Table

6. Candle Holder

7. Gold Cushion

8. Swan Art