All posts with tag:Stockholm

It is immediately evident that this Stockholm apartment is located not in one of the city’s many old buildings, but in a new house: a non-standard layout, two floors, the low ceilings and the absence of classical stucco molding. In addition, the floor and ceiling are uneven here, with several levels, which makes the space…

Once again, we are convinced that Scandinavian interiors can be very different. Today, for example, we have a lively and incredibly cozy apartment in a 19th-century house in Stockholm. The abundance of small things in the decor, such as posters and framed photographs, pottery, textiles, books, certainly add personality and a feeling of home. The…

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…

Attic housing is usually interesting in itself – sloping ceilings, unusual layouts, open spaces. But in this apartment on the top floor of an old building in Stockholm, the designers decided to surprise with interiors as well. Firstly, the color scheme – the walls in the living room are painted bold and cool shade of…

Still, Scandinavians prefer calm, monochromatic interiors over colorful living spaces. All-gray interiors are really a trademark of northern designers, and today we are talking about just such a home. But do not rush to blame the owners for boringness – in this apartment in Stockholm, monochrome gray is favorably diluted with warm decor and light…

Lotta Agaton is rightfully one of the most famous and successful modern designers in Sweden. Needless to say, she worked with Bjarke Ingels himself, the famous Norwegian architect who builds innovative houses around the world. Today we have a great opportunity to step inside Lotta’s apartment, which the designer recently put up for sale. This…

The building in Stockholm, in which this apartment is located, was built back in 1881 and for a long time was considered the oldest gymnasium in all of Sweden. But a fire in the early 2000s destroyed almost all of the historic interiors, after which the building fell into disrepair for several years. And now,…

Previously, on the site of this apartment in Stockholm, there was a cigar factory built in 1897, from which the building inherited large windows and high ceilings. Now a young family with a child lives here, and the new look of the apartment is fully consistent with their character. The interiors balance between white and…

A real drama took place in the interiors of this interesting Swedish apartment. The fact is that dark, sometimes even black tones and bold saturated wallpaper with an active print prevail in the design of all rooms of this magnificent dwelling in a historic building. What can we say, if even the ceilings are painted…