Small Scandinavian flat under the roof (50 sqm)

This lovely apartment under the roof in Stockholm feels like the attic at the grandmother’s house, simple and cozy. The airy and light-filled open space of the living room occupies most of the small total area of 50 sqm. It’s interesting that this tiny home has two separate bedrooms: the bigger master bedroom and very tiny one at the mezzanine level. Such a nice home!

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Small Scandinavian apartment in grey tones (46 sqm)

This small Swedish apartment has a rather complicated layout: no corridor, tiny kitchen and connected rooms. In addition, the total area of 46 sqm is not the most impressive. But the home attracts its lovely decoration and Scandinavian strict aesthetics, built on a monochrome gray scheme. Stylish and cozy living!

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Apartment for art lovers in Stockholm

There is a spirit of art in this Stockholm apartment: paintings and photographs in frames occupy all walls in the living room, plenty of books in each room, artistic wall decor and high ceilings. The design here is generally modern, although some vintage details have been found in the decoration. Light and beautiful city home!

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Cozy attic apartment on two levels (64 sqm)

‘Cooking and eating below, relaxing and relaxing from above’ – this is the way the owners of this cozy two-level apartment in Gothenburg live. Needless to say, zoning in this interior is just perfect, considering the total area of only 64 sqm. We fell in love with the upper floor – wooden beams, beveled ceilings, glass partition. So cozy!

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Apartment with an unusual layout in Stockholm (60 sqm)

The owners of this apartment in Stockholm got not the most convenient layout – a narrow and prolonged floor plan did not give much flexibility to the designer. But this limitation was converted into an advantage as high ceilings allowed to make the mezzanine bedroom thus increasing the total living area. Now it is a nice and comfortable apartment with plenty of light and a separate bedroom. Cool home!

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Cool apartment on the ground floor with cozy private yard

Usually, apartments on the ground floor are not very demanded, but this one has one big advantage – a wonderful private yard, which can be accessed directly from the living room. Just imagine how cool it is to spend evenings on the open air, have BBQ any time of the year, or just lie in the sun but living in the city center. The apartment interiors are also very bright and comfortable, there is an open living room connected to the kitchen, two bedrooms, even a small office nook. Simply a dream home!

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Black and white design is always in trend: cool apartment in Stockholm (91 sqm)

Every year new colors make a trend in interior design. Some manufacturers even prepare annual forecasts on what color will be the most popular in the upcoming year. But the black-and-white scheme seems to be beyond time and fashion, always in demand and looks great, especially in modern design styles. Today we have just an excellent example of black and white home – cool Scandinavian apartment with a total area of 91 sqm. Enjoy!

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Modern apartment in a 100-year building in Stockholm

High ceilings, stucco molding, old fireplace on one side and minimalist furniture, modern paintings on the other – the interiors of this apartment in Stockholm are built on contrasts. But this is the case when the opposites are attracted and the stylistic choice is completely justified. The velvet sofa in living room is just beautiful, while the details and decor set the tone and mood for this home. Wonderful!

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Small but stylish attic apartment of 34 sqm in Stockholm

Sometimes for happiness you don’t need much. It can be simply a tiny charming apartment of 34 sqm on the top floor under the roof, with sloping ceilings and a cozy small kitchen. It’s like going up into your grand mother’s country cottage attic and living there for your own pleasure. This nice attic apartment in Stockholm evokes exactly such kind of feeling. Enjoy!

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Stylish Stockholm home of designer Massimo Buster Minale

Only five years ago designer Massimo Buster Minale had only a dream and a lot of enthusiasm for those pieces of furniture that he invented and began to create in his garage in East London. But now his home fashion brand buster + punch has several showrooms in Europe with its products getting increasing attention from the leading design magazines. From lighting and hardware to motorcycles and unique drink carts – these accessories are designed to add a character to any loft or men’s space. It’s no wonder that his new apartment in Stockholm is decorated with the best items. Enjoy!

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