Home in Gothenburg by Perfection Makes Me Yawn

Home in Gothenburg, Sweden, is a beautiful Scandinavian home designed in 2017 by Perfection Makes Me Yawn.

Minimalist living room with monochrome decor, patterned rug, and geometric accents.
A bright, minimalist dining room with a rustic wood table, black chairs, and art pieces.
Minimalist dining area with sleek furniture, pendant lights, and potted plants by window.
Modern, minimalist kitchen design with gray cabinets, white subway tiles, and stainless steel appliances. Sleek and stylish.
Cozy Scandinavian-inspired foyer with minimalist decor, wood floors, and elegant staircase.
Cozy nursery with pale pink walls, white crib, decorative lantern, and wooden rocking horse.
Cozy bedroom with minimalist furnishings, canopy bed, and playful decorative elements.
Cozy gray bedroom with framed wall art and natural light through window.
Minimalist bathroom with subway tile walls, freestanding tub, and black vanity.

About Home in Gothenburg

Nestled in the heart of Gothenburg, Sweden, the “Home in Gothenburg” designed in 2017 by Perfection Makes Me Yawn, epitomizes the clean lines and functional beauty of Scandinavian design. This apartment, through its thoughtful layout and aesthetic coherence, provides a warm welcome, encouraging a seamless flow from one space to the next.

Inviting Entryway

Upon entering, visitors are greeted by a spacious living room that combines comfort with modern aesthetics. The predominant use of natural wood on walls and ceilings instantly warms the space, complementing the neutral color palette of the furnishings. A large, centrally positioned fireplace not only serves as a focal point but also divides the room, creating distinct yet open areas for both dining and relaxing.

Sophisticated Living Spaces

The living area is a study in subtle sophistication, where plush sofas and elegant décor invite relaxation. The room’s arrangement encourages conversation, centered around the warmth of the modern fireplace. Large windows draw in natural light, offering views of the serene outdoor landscapes, effectively blurring the line between indoor and outdoor living.

Transitioning to the kitchen, the theme of uncluttered functionality continues. Here, state-of-the-art appliances are seamlessly integrated into sleek cabinetry, maintaining the clean lines and airy feel that is synonymous with Scandinavian design. An unobtrusive island serves as both a casual dining spot and a practical workspace, enhancing the room’s usability without sacrificing style.

Private Quarters

The private quarters uphold the same design principles, with the master bedroom boasting a minimalistic yet cozy arrangement. Soft textures and muted colors create a calming atmosphere, essential for rest and relaxation. Strategic lighting and thoughtful artwork add character and depth to the room, making it a personal retreat.

The bathroom adjacent to the master bedroom echoes the apartment’s elegant functionality. It features modern fixtures and a spacious layout, including a freestanding bathtub and a large, walk-in shower, all accented by luxurious stone tiles and warm wooden tones.

Lastly, unique to this home is a special room featuring a striking indoor pool. The pool room, adorned with playful light fixtures and a large window showcasing snowy scenes, makes for a refreshing escape from the mundane.

Through each meticulously crafted room, “Home in Gothenburg” stands as a prime example of Scandinavian architecture’s ability to combine form with function in a setting that feels both spacious and intimate. This apartment not only accommodates the practical needs of daily life but does so with an effortless style that continues to inspire.

Photography by Fastighetsbyrån / Estoft

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- by Matt Watts