Who says that a tiny space can’t be stylish and spectacular! When Cecilia Möller divorced, she moved into her parent’s summer home on the water’s edge, which was a mere 25m². In it, she created this breathtaking sanctuary for one – a personal retreat from the realities of life.
The crisp white interior of this cosy home provides the illusion of space. Right down to the detailed ceramic kitchen tiles, crockery and even accent scatter pillows, subtle hints of blue seem to pop up throughout the abode and further hint at the owner’s connection to the sea or that of a Grecian design style.
We love the sense of grandeur enhanced by the many golden accents throughout the home, from a gallery wall of golden framed mirrors down to the side tables on display in the living area. A grand entrance with crystal and gold chandelier also makes for a stunning feature in the home, looking out over a glorious natural landscape. A cosy fireplace and furry throw on the sofa also help to add depth, warmth and cosiness to this stylish abode.
Simplicity is key here. The loft bedroom, although compact, is clean, clutter-free and the perfect size for one with its inviting white bed linen and an array of scatters. The all-white finishes with floors, ceilings and even staircase railing help to create a clean, fresh and sophisticated ambiance that is beautifully simple and calming in this space.
Outside, an all-black exterior stands as the perfect contrast to the light, white and cosy atmosphere created indoors. The focus is most definitely on outdoor living here, right on the water’s edge in a picturesque natural setting. Who wouldn’t want to soak up the tranquillity of nature here, away from any possible distractions in this perfect sanctuary for one.