This green kitchen really caught my eye! I have a natural tendency to incorporate lots of white and light in my spaces, which bounces off the plants and accessories. However, the carefully selected accessories in shades that complement the green walls and kitchen cabinets in this Stockholm apartment, create a space that’s industrial yet warmly welcoming. Plenty of light enters both the kitchen and living room to keep the spaces bright. The large plants and prints make the relatively small space feel larger.
Biophilic design is based on man’s innate need to connect with nature for our wellbeing, and incorporates natural elements into interior design and architecture. The natural colours, materials, motifs and accessories make this Stockholm apartment a nice example. You can find out more about Biophilic Design on this dedicated page. Interestingly, Scandinavian design doesn’t refer much to Biophilic Design, as a connection to nature in interiors taken for granted.
A Green Kitchen and Beyond
I recommend following Henrik Nero’s Instagram for more beautiful homes.