In our country, no one lives in the old and once abandoned school buildings, but in Scandinavia, this is not such a rare case. Today we have an example of an unusual summer cottage in Sweden, which was converted from an old village school built in 1860. The main and largest room was logically designed into a living room, and above it, thanks to the impressive height of the ceilings, there is a master bedroom with an additional relax area with a sofa. Otherwise, everything is as we like – a lot of wood and cozy Scandinavian decor.
Tags: second light summer cottage wooden house country summer house non-residential reconstruction Scandinavian style Sweden
About Author:Anna Pufik is the founder and creative mind at pufikhomes.com blog. Anna specializes in interior design, together with her husband Sergiy they head the PH Studio design firm. She loves Scandinavian style and sophisticated timeless interiors. Follow Anna on Instagram.
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