All posts with tag:mansard

The interiors by Swedish designer Louise Liljencrantz are noticeably different from traditional Scandinavian ones – in her work she uses exquisite modern furniture, expensive and noble materials, as well as objects of art by contemporary artists. Today we would like to introduce you to Louise’s new project – a wonderful two-level apartment in Stockholm, where…

This Goteborg apartment is the perfect nest for a city dweller: bright, spacious, and at the same time not cluttered with furniture. Despite the overhanging structure of the second floor and massive beams, the living room does not look overwhelmed. A neat staircase leads upstairs without handrails, which is also designed to facilitate the image….

Preserving the legacy and breathing new life is something that Scandinavians do very well. The interiors of this apartment in a 1878 house in Goteborg have retained old charm while are fully equipped for modern life. Old wooden beams stand out beautifully against the background of the snow-white finish and are not only a constructive…

In this attic apartment in Sweden, the living room has turned out to be very multifunctional: it combines the kitchen, living room, dining room and library. The bright room is decorated with beautiful dark ceiling beams, and the sloping roof was used for a spacious library. The latter leads to a cozy bedroom, where the…

‘An island of Scandinavia in Polish Lodz’ – this is how you can describe this airy apartment located on the top floor of a new residential complex. But in fact, this is not surprising if you get to know the owners better – they are a young couple who lives and works in Stockholm, but…

This spacious attic apartment in Sweden provides a wide variety of life scenarios. The kitchen with a large dining table and a bar counter allow to comfortably receive guests. In a separate office, you can work with concentration, in the sauna you can relax after a busy week. And on the balcony to arrange a…

Today we have a home in the attic, but not old and abandoned, like a grandmother’s cottage, but modern and stylish. Of course, we are talking about Stockholm – a city in which they love and gladly create attic housing. This apartment is located on the top floor of a renovated historic building and has…