Beautiful Simplicity in this Scandinavian-Inspired Minneapolis Home


You’re going to love this light-filled clean and stylish home. This is a REAL house, in fact – it’s a rental, and at only 1,250 square feet it’s a size most of us can relate to.

I’ll start off with the foyer since it’s one of my favorite spots.

I love that wardrobe, which was a craigslist find.
The twin’s nursery is so sweet, see below

The narrow wood floor is gorgeous and really fits in with the aesthetic of the home.  The couple are grateful that their landlord has really helped been open-minded when it comes to painting and changing out light fixtures, etc.

The master bedroom also serves as a home office. Since space is tight, the couple decided to forgo nightstands and lamps by hanging simple but gorgeous bare bulbs.

The armoire is an Ikea hack!

The living room showcases the home’s old bones, but also cleverly blends modern furnishings with Craigslist finds.

The dark gray Turkish Kilim rug helps anchors the space.

The curved doorway is a great frame to a custom DIY dining room light fixture.
The wooden chairs are Ikea, metal chairs are Target, and the table is a DIY by David Morse of Stéypå!
See the entire home and read more at Apartment Therapy.


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