Embrace Contrast in a Scandinavian Renovated Apartment in Stockholm
An apartment was refurbished bringing in carefully selected materials which were in harmony with the original details. This newly-renovated apartment is located in Stockholm, Sweden. The interior has a Scandinavian design using contrasting colors of white background with dark accents. It is currently for sale for around $255,000 and anyone who would get it will surely get its money’s worth.
The renovation was done for a County Governor House on Stockholm Street 1 DF which was built in 1924 with a twenty-classical style. The dwelling has a living room and kitchen located in the same social area on an open floor plan. A peaceful courtyard location offers the bedroom a quiet giving it an atmosphere that is airy and light streaming in from the windows. We would be showing the interior of the house but what the house have in the exterior and its outdoor scene is equally inviting. There is a leafy courtyard with lovely level difference, where you can also find a barbecue pits, playground and cykelbod.
First glance at this and you know it’s Scandinavian! The open floor plan between living room and kitchen provides plenty of room for sitting area.
The openness also allows a dining table for the dining area. The area are painted in white and wooden floor painted in light gray.
The dining area is just next to the kitchen. With contrasting colors of black and white, the interior looks very lovely.
The hall floor is adorned with polish treated Marrakech tiles in gray and white. The walls are painted in white. This area here has a gallery of birds wall art with jars as decors too.
Even the kitchen is in black and white too. The white porcelain sink, like the cooktop is recessed into the countertop.
The kitchen is a Köksinteriören custom made with treated oak and doors that are adorned with brass handles from SuperFront.
The bedroom is facing the courtyard allowing the owners to sleep undisturbed through the night.
The headboard is one of the most creative ways we have seen. It doesn’t only look beautiful and cool but it also shows the personality of the owners.
Aside from a double bed, good storage facilities are offered in the form of two built and spacious closets.
There is enough storage areas in the bedroom to keep all personal stuff.
The walls are painted in white and the wooden floor is painted in light gray.
The bathroom is modern is space-efficient and stylish with mixer taps and shower fittings in brass, which crowns the work. The walls have white tiles with anthracite seam and the floor is black oktogonmönstrat clinker.
No doubt, the renovation of the interior was carried out by professionals. This Sweden apartment is one of the most appealing Scandinavian interiors we have seen as it combine its style with modern minimalism. Who would not love the simple colors in it and the astounding details in the interior? The open layout as well as the flooding of natural light inside from the courtyard is a good idea for maximum comfort and coziness.