Dylan Amsterdam is not just a hotel, it’s also a home for the Vinkeles restaurant, that has three Michelin stars. The hotel is an ideal place for those looking for an island of tranquility in a big city. At guests’ disposal, besides the restaurant, there is a cozy courtyard, a bar and a living room where you can sit by the fireplace. But the main thing is that The Dylan is a boutique hotel with beautiful rooms. There are both mansard rooms with a huge bathroom, and less specious but not less stylish room. Even if you are just passing through Amsterdam, stop here to have a cup of coffee in this incredibly beautiful backyard.
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 apartment with white interiors and plenty of natural light. Great job!
The owners of this apartment in Stockholm are lucky to enjoy magnificent views of the dome of the old church and the famous roofs. The fact is that the apartment is located on the top floor of a residential building that ensured the original sloped ceilings are practically on the floor and unusual layout. As for interior design, everything here looks elegant and expensive: a noble combination of black and white, glossy black kitchen and large paintings. Sophisticated city living!
When Rosa and her family decided to move to Barcelona, all she wanted was a home with terrace to be able to spend more time outdoors. This attic apartment in one of the houses in the downtown occupying the last two floors has become an ideal option – bright and cozy, and, of course, with a spacious terrace where they even made a splendid private garden. Now on the terrace the family gathers for dining, children play and everyone can just relax at the end of the day on a cozy couch. Beautiful!
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!
‘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!
This wonderful apartment on the top floor in Gothenburg attracts not only with beautiful sloped ceilings but also with a plenty of windows along the entire perimeter of the flat. Thanks to this, the whole home baths in the gentle daylight. The room decor is simple, but everything is in its place: a gallery of framed photos on the wall, floral wallpaper in the bedroom, contrast white and gray palette. Nice home with no frills!
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!
Paris apartments even with bad layout look charming and attractive. This modern flat for a young couple has a long and narrow plan but GCG Architects managed to transform it into a beautiful and stylish dwelling. We love it!
There is something really romantic and charming about spaces under the roof. Maybe that’s because we recall ourselves as kids climbing into our grandmother’s attic with friends and spending happy hours there. This Stockholm apartment of just 65 sqm is just this kind of living with sloping ceiling, wooden beams, and accent brick wall. Cool home!