“Once abandoned attic, now – unique housing” – in the Scandinavian countries you can often hear similar stories about various apartments on the top floors. Today we have a good example of such a unique space – a stylish attic apartment in black and white tones in old building of Swedish town of Västerås. The…

Given the sloping ceilings and a small total floor area, the designers of this apartment on the top floor in one of the Stockholm residential buildings had a difficult task. But they turned the disadvantages of housing into its features. An uncomfortable corner between two balconies turned into a cozy additional seating or reading place….

This attic apartment in Stockholm has definitely not only sense of comfort, but also a creative atmosphere. The black and white scheme was complemented with wood, elements of ethnic style and numerous sculptures and paintings. But in pursuit of beauty, the owners did not forget about functionality: there is plenty of storage space in the…

Today we have a rather unusual version of Scandinavian living. Let’s start with the fact that the space itself is unique – it is a spacious attic apartment on the top floor with sloping ceilings and a large open common area. But the main feature lies in the design. The modern interiors here are diluted…

Black and white spaces are usually criticized for the coldness and lack of coziness, but this Scandinavian apartment on the top floor captures from the first photo. Despite the monochrome scheme, pastel gray halftones and wooden items make the interiors feel soft and relaxing. And if you add abundant daylight, which generously flows through the…

The main theme of the design of this Swedish loft is the sea motifs that are present in each room. In the living room, it is an unexpected blue shade of parquet under the dining table – a very specific and unambiguous hint that the sea is loved in this home. In the bedroom, there…

When we hear the word “attic”, we often imagine a dark abandoned space under the house roof, where the owners usually store old and unnecessary stuff. But in one apartment building in Sweden, the owners decided to convert the attic premise into a modern and comfortable albeit small dwelling. This resulted in a lovely one-bedroom…

This apartment is located on the top floor of a beautiful historic house in Stockholm, on the site where there used to be an attic. Thanks to this fact, the interior space has acquired a lot of unusual architectural elements, as well as quite an unusual floor plan. Mansard living room, sloping ceilings, views of…

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…