In a historic townhouse from the 1920s lies this lovely attic apartment with slanted ceilings. Despite the small floorplan and the sloped ceilings, it feels spacious due to the white color scheme and dormer windows.
The top-floor apartment is decorated in a typical Scandinavian style with natural materials, minimal decorations, and textiles in earthy colors to add warmth.
I always love an attic apartment. The slanted walls always add coziness to any room. It may be a bit more challenging to decorate it, but this small attic apartment shows how lovely it can be.
The apartment has a small living room with a dormer window. Despite the small size, the room is big enough for a comfy seating area.
Every high wall in an attic apartment much be used to its advantage. Here in the living room, they added built-in wardrobes for much-needed storage.
The hallway features its original wooden paneling that is painted in a soothing gray/green shade.
The hallway has a large open plan space under the sloped ceiling which can be used as a home office as the owners did here. But it can also be a separate lounge area or even a second bedroom.
The apartment has a small bedroom with a skylight that faces northwest. The wooden floor is painted white, while the walls are painted in a calming and classic gray/blue shade.
The room has a small built-in wardrobe, which is painted in the same color as the walls to make it blend in, which is smart in such a small room.
The window looking out over the spacious hallway adds a feeling of more space in the small bedroom.
Despite the apartment’s small size, the kitchen is pretty spacious and provides plenty of space for a dining table.
styling by Livindeco and photography by Jonas Berg for Stadshem