The team at Lotta Agaton Interiors is behind this lovely apartment – A great example that of a tone on tone look done right, and a proof that greige is far from dull.
Here, you’ll find shades of sand, clay, wheat, stone… The mix of rich, warm earthy hues brings a calm beauty to the interior, making it bright, airy, and soothing, as well as sophisticated and modern.
Notice accents in black and white – The two colors, both at the opposite ends of the spectrum, help to expand and ground the palette. Textures are wonderful to add depth, interest, and variety in monochromatic decor. Here, they soften the minimal and clean look.
And what do you think of the shag pile rug? The ’70s classic made its way back to our homes, and I personally think it has never looked better!
Enjoy the beautiful simplicity of this place!
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Photos: Kristofer Johnsson
Note: This article was first featured in 2018, but it was significantly updated and republished.