A charming Swedish Apartment

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Do you remember this photo above from the previous post? For some reason I found this picture so lovely that I wanted to present you the whole interior where this cosy work space belongs and I also chose home offices / work spaces as topic of the next post. The office corner is part of a 53 m2 apartment in Gothenburg, Sweden. The building is from 1929 by architect E. Holmdal. The charming two-bedroom home has a lot of character thanks to original features – such as the herringbone wooden floor, high ceiling, old wooden doors, etc – and modern furnishing.

The color palette is very muted: only natural hues, pastels and black are used, which – combined mainly with natural materials – create a calming and welcoming ambiance. This home has everything that Scandinavian homes usually have: some design classics paired with neutral and simple contemporary furnishing, casual style, lots of light, and natural materials. Enjoy the following pictures of this harmonic home.

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Every room of this home is heart-warming, romantic and stylish. How do you like it?

Source of pictures: style-files

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