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This small apartment in Goteborg inherited arched windows and impressive ceiling heights from the old factory that operated in this house from 1912 to the early 2000s. But today it is a unique and vibrant home with character, designed in the spirit of loft spaces. A magnificent industrial staircase leading to the mezzanine bedroom perfectly…

White sofa, kitchen cabinets and a dining table, fleecy carpet, light pastel walls – this home in Goteborg feels very soft and even airy thanks to the color scheme and textures. The area of the apartment is only 40 sqm, but thanks to a well-planned layout, the owners have got a separate bedroom and a…

The mere fact that you have the opportunity to live in such an amazing house with history is a great success itself. The building in which the apartment is located is one of the most famous in Goteborg: built in the 19th century, it has characteristic towers on the facade and a unique roof –…

This very bright Scandinavian apartment is located in Goteborg in a house built in 1889. A special atmosphere is felt from the threshold – a wallpaper with flowers and a green bench adorn the corridor. From there we find ourselves in a sunlit living room, where the green walls play the main role. The furniture…

You should not look for bright designer ideas, original wallpapers or unique decor pieces in the design of this two-bedroom apartment in Goteborg. It also can not boast of some amazing space or unusual layout. Everything in this home is simple and without excess, but it is in such an environment that the Scandinavians see…

The walls of this nice Swedish apartment have a cool pastel gray shade, but thanks to the skillfully selected decor, the space seems warm and pleasant. Beige and brown textile, wall posters in wooden frames, a coffee table in natural wood – this is an uncomplicated secret of the comfort of this Scandinavian home. The…

Having at its disposal only 39 sqm, the owners of this apartment in Goteborg did not lose heart and tried to take maximum (and even more) out of their modest housing. As a result, every centimeter of space is used efficiently and with benefit. In the living room, a sleeping place behind an improvised partition…

This spacious apartment occupies the top floor of a beautiful five-story building in Goteborg and has all charming advantages of an attic home: high sloping ceilings, plenty of windows, unusual layout and spacious rooms. The style of interior design can be described as traditional Scandinavian with the addition of vintage elements (gorgeous dining is simply…