There’s no denying that the majority of people still think some colors are gender stereotypes. If I would say for example – pink, most of us would definitely think about a girly, romantic, and infantile room. But it doesn’t have to be only like this, does it? There are so many ways to make pink modern and cozy, and gender-neutral, and today we’re sharing one of many ways how to tune in some pink into your interiors. The apartment has a welcoming hall with white walls and light wood floors throughout. The living room is filled with lots of natural light and furnished with bleached wood floors and whitewashed walls. The ceiling height of approximately 3.10m (according to vendor information) and the huge windows bring in both space and light to the room. The kitchen is newly renovated with appliances from Smeg and a simple minimalistic design. White counter doors give plenty of storage, the countertop is wooden, which gives a lovely contrast to a white subway tile backsplash. Adjacent to the hall is the bathroom. Dark tiles against light-colored walls create a crisp modern Nordic look. The inner hall opens up to the apartment’s two bedrooms with closets that provide good storage. The master bedroom is magical! A large window provides completely unobstructed views of the rooftops and the quiet, green courtyard. There’s also a smaller room available for the family’s youngest member, which is filled with beautiful pastel accessories, that cozy up the whole white room. A large window facing the courtyard makes this space bathed in natural light. To see this lovely space, just scroll down!
Via Fantastic Frank | Styling by Mimmistaaf.com | Photography by Joakim Johansson