Swedish architecture firm Skälsö balances dark interiors with a unique, welcoming quality. Case in point: the blackout bedroom of a converted military bunker in Bungenäs, the northern region of Gotland. Lead architect Joachim Kuylenstierna took on the commission of renovating 30 military buildings on a site abandoned since the 1960s as the firm’s first project. The holiday home seen here, cast in-situ concrete and Gotland pine, includes a bedroom of ebonized wood, black linens and sheepskins, and stealth black wall lighting. Here we profile the main components of the moody look.
Lighting & Furniture
For more dark and moody interiors see our posts:
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- The Soot House: Conjuring the Ghosts of Old New England on Spruce Head in Maine