Grey tone apartment from the 1920s

There’s something about old buildings, don’t you think? This apartment from the 1920’s has been really well kept and have some beautiful original details. The light grey tone apartment gives you ideas on how to decorate with natural colours. The interior has been kept minimal, without feeling to bare.

With all the trendy posters, I think it’s a nice idea to introduce some wooden frames. They  add more of a soft feel to the space. With grass and branches from nature, it’s easy to add a bit of colour and texture.

If you would like to add more warmth, you could of course easily hang some curtains. Grey velvet would probably be my choice here, but I’m a huge fan of white and beige curtains too, as you can see here.

Grey tone apartment from the 1920s

Living room with natural light and green plants

Grey tone apartment from the 1920s

minimal dining room in neutral colours

Grey tone apartment from the 1920s

nicely styled shelves with Menu lamp

Grey tone apartment from the 1920s

grey living room with large green plant

Grey tone apartment from the 1920s

decorate with nature and minimal posters

Grey tone apartment from the 1920s

kitchen decorated in neutral colours

Grey tone apartment from the 1920s

white open shelves with ceramics

Grey tone apartment from the 1920s

soft beige and grey tones in the bedroom

Grey tone apartment from the 1920s

minimal bedroom with trendy poster

Grey tone apartment from the 1920s

light hallway with line drawing poster

all photos by Stadshem

For more inspiration on how to decorate with natural colours have a look at my Pinterest board, here. If you like neutral homes, you’ll probably like these apartments too. You can see the cashmere coloured apartment here and the light grey apartment with pale wood, here.

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