A Light Scandinavian Maisonette
One of my favourite Swedish interior stylists, Emma Fischer, has styled this maisonette in Gothenburg and I think it’s just lovely.
The home has recently been renovated and during this renovation they added the attic space to the home. The attic is now a cozy ánd light living space.
The apartment complex in which the house lies was built between 1912-1914. And even though the interiors are pretty modern, it still has a lot of character.
The attic space is now a living room with multiple skylights to make it a lovely light room. A large rug, pillows, and throws add warmth and comfort to the room.
On te other side of the sitting area is a reading nook.
What is a maisonette?
A maisonette is a home in a bigger apartment complex, which is divided over two floors.
The kitchen is the heart of the home. It has beautiful wooden floors and plenty of space for a large dining table.
The white kitchen is combined with a marble countertop, white tiles and green shelves. You will also find this green in the trimmings and doors.
The space under the stairs isn’t lost. Here you will find the fridge and freezer.
The bedroom is painted in an apricot pink shade. There is a small niche that is used as a small sitting nook with a tiny wall-mounted table.
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The bathroom is tiny but thanks to the white tiles it doesn’t feel cramped. The niche is used for the washing machine with cabinets above.
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styling by Emma Fischer & Annica Clarmell – photography by Jonas Berg for Stadshem