There are almost no houses like this one in which today’s apartment in Gothenburg is located, except perhaps only in pictures. Fortunately, Sweden is very fond of and cherishes its historical heritage, so this magnificent wooden house built on an individual project from the 18th century is now in excellent shape and even people live in it. By the way, the house bears a nameplate of the famous Swedish artist Emil Ekman, who apparently lived here at one time. As for the apartment itself, it is very Scandinavian with its inherent simplicity and comfort. Still, there are original details here: a colorful checkerboard floor in the hallway and black in the kitchen, terracotta walls in the bedroom and large beautiful windows. Let’s take a look!
See also: Swedish apartment with nostalgic feel