All posts with tag:first floor

We have the opportunity to watch this Swedish apartment in two different periods of the day: morning and evening. In daylight, it is a very bright and airy space, with an open living room and white walls (a fragment of a brick wall is a great accent!). But when dusk falls and lamps and candles…

You can live in an apartment building, but feel like living in a private house. This Swedish apartment on the first floor has a separate entrance directly from the street, so the owners practically do not intersect with other residents of the building. Of course, not everyone will like the windows to a busy street,…

It is unlikely that you can find another such apartment in Stockholm, and first, we are talking about a very unusual layout and configuration. The dwelling is located on the ground floor of a magnificent building and has a separate entrance. From the entrance, we find ourselves directly into a bright living room with a…

Designers who worked on this small one-bedroom apartment in Sweden added character to the interiors with the help of contrasting black window and door frames, tall classic moldings, and modern kitchen cabinets. It is interesting that the flat is located on the ground floor of the building and has its own entrance, so immediately from…

Today we have an example of very compact housing with high ceilings. This apartment is located on the first floor of a residential building, in a premise originally intended for commercial needs – hence the unusual architecture of the home. The apartment is one bright space, which designers divided into two levels using a mezzanine….

The more unusual the past of the premises, the more interesting is its present – this principle works great for homes in reconstructed non-residential buildings, which we often see in the Western countries. For example, this bright apartment appeared on the site of a former 17th-century brewery in Stockholm, and due to its excellent characteristics,…

You would agree, that apartments with two entrances are a rather rare case. But this flat in Goteborg is located on the ground floor, so the architects had such an opportunity. Thanks to two separate entrances from the street, the home is conditionally divided into two parts, so the owners can, for example, rent out…

This Swedish apartment attracts from the first photo, and one of the main reasons for this is that there is practically nothing from the typical Scandinavian home. But the space is filled with interesting vintage details, the wall in the living room is decorated with expressive floral wallpaper, and the central element of the home…