All posts with tag:last floor

The owners of this modern apartment in Stockholm are lucky with the space – they got a unique attic premise under a gable roof with high ceilings, an open floor plan and a series of skylights – just look how much light is in the interior! Thanks to the gorgeous initial data, the designers had…

A sea of light and comfort – this attic apartment in Sweden delights already with the first photo. White and sun-drenched interiors with spectacular sloping ceilings are nicely diluted with warm and beautiful details. There is even a mezzanine floor under the roof itself, on which there is an office and a lounge area. But…

In this Swedish loft, trendy furnishings and decor create a pleasant and elegant living space that is bathed in natural light. Despite the calm color scheme, every piece of furniture here looks impressive: a sofa of rounded shapes, original leather armchairs, stylish &Tradition dining chairs. And, of course, the space itself is impressive. Fully open…

The story about this apartment in Goteborg would be right to start with the building itself, because it was it that determined the unique features of the home. This is one of a series of elegant three-story houses built 100 years ago for the constables of the famous Harlanda prison, located nearby. So, our apartment…

From a dark attic to a stylish white loft – a beautiful transformation has happened to this unusual top-floor apartment in one of Stockholm’s famous old buildings. We don’t have photos of the space before, but now it’s a luxurious and stylish apartment, decorated almost entirely in white with delicious gold details and a few…

When you look at the interiors of this apartment, it may immediately seem that we are talking about Stockholm or Goteborg – we have many examples of design from these most famous Swedish cities on the blog. But no, this is an attic home in the heart of Madrid, and the Scandinavian trace in its…

This duplex in Goteborg is reminiscent of an artist studio in terms of space configuration – we have already seen similar creative apartments in Paris and other cities of old Europe. The double-height sloping wall, which is made up almost entirely of windows, provides plenty of natural light and a truly unique ambiance to the…

And although this Swedish apartment does not have the most convenient layout and impressive characteristics, with the help of pleasant decor and relaxing colors, the designer managed to create a cozy and inviting home with a twist. It used to be an old attic where sloping ceilings ate up some of the space and small…