The interest in micro design and architecture continues and this Stockholm apartment is as tiny as they come.
As population density grows in cities while green movements and the desire to cut back grow with it, small apartments are constantly being created, adapted and updated. This Stockholm apartment is only 193 square feet but manages to feel classic and homey at the same time. The pale wood floors, a mirrored backsplash and bright white colors in this apartment give it the illusion of having space. The copper accents and clean, modern design takes this micro-apartment from being simply "cozy" to a more stylish living space.
The stark white of this Stockholm apartment design ensures that the tiny space does not feel too cramped.
This Stockholm Apartment Has a Crisp White Interior
1. Micro-design - The trend of micro-design and architecture aims to create small and efficient spaces that still feel homey.
2. Green Living - The trend towards green movements has created a demand for sustainable and eco-friendly small living spaces.
3. White Minimilism - The trend towards white minimalism in small living spaces to create an illusion of having more space.
1. Real Estate - The real estate industry could benefit from the trend towards more efficient and sustainable small living spaces.
2. Furniture - The furniture industry could benefit from the trend towards smaller living spaces by creating multifunctional and space-saving furniture.
3. Architecture - The architecture industry could benefit from the trend towards more efficient and aesthetically pleasing small living spaces by exploring new building materials and techniques.