On the fourth floor in a historic Swedish building lies a lovely apartment decorated with antique furniture. The apartment is located in the popular Södermalm district in Stockholm and dates back to 1913.
The home has a warm interior with beautiful historic features, wooden floorboards, soft beige tones, wallpaper, and antique furniture in every room.
The two bedroom apartment has a lovely kids bedroom that has been divided into two parts with glass sliding doors, creating a sleeping area and a playroom.
The kitchen and the living room are located next to each other. The space is versatile as the rooms are divided with double doors so it can be used as a big social space or you can turn them into two private rooms.
The entire home is decorated in beige and white tones in combination with wooden features. But in the living room, they added a subtle color touch with the light pink armchairs.
The apartment has a solid wooden kitchen from Kulladal. The kitchen are painted in a beige tone and they are combined with limestone worktops and an exclusive range cooker from Lacanche.
A beautiful wooden table that seats six turns the kitchen into a lovely social space.
The master bedroom has a bay window and a subtle stiped wallpaper. On the left (not pictured) are many built in wardrobes.
The kids bedroom is a lovely room that has been divided into two areas. The front room is used as the sleeping space and the back room is now used as a playroom. This room would also be a perfect bedroom with a home office.
photography by Blumenthal Hoffman