The attic floor of this turn-of-the-century apartment building stood empty for years, but this year, the floor has been renovated and turned into a stylish apartment. Now, you are presented with a brand new apartment in a building that dates back to 1880.
The designers carefully considered and designed the new apartment, ensuring that every inch of space is used while choosing high-quality materials for a luxurious atmosphere.
The 36-square-meter apartment is small, and the slanted ceilings provide more design challenges. But the result of this attic renovation is stunning. The rooms are light, well-planned, and extremely stylish.
The living room has two dormer windows that let in plenty of natural light. Though small, the room is big enough for a comfortable seating area and a dining table.
I always like the look of a round table, in a small room, you can exchange two chairs for stools so it takes up less space.
Central in the apartment lies the kitchen. It’s a site-built kitchen from Taras Hallgren & son with light gray modern cabinets and warm ribbed oak wood upper cabinets.
The kitchen has a limestone worktop that was imported from Spain.
The apartment is fitted with a herringbone oak parquet from Bjelin.
The hallway wardrobes are nicely integrated with the kitchen.
The bedroom sits in the center of the apartment. A skylight lets in natural light, and just like the rest of the apartment, it has built-in wardrobes from Taras Hallgren & Son.
The gray color scheme has been given some warm touches through the artwork and the bedding.
The apartment has a spacious bathroom with light gray tiles and a stained oak cabinet.
photography by Anders Bergstedt for Entrance Mäkleri