On the top floor of a Stockholm apartment complex lies a beautiful family apartment with light-filled rooms. The 67 square meter apartment only had one bedroom, but the owners created a children’s bedroom off the living room.
Thanks to the top-floor location of the apartment, the rooms are flooded with natural light. The light, the neutral colors on the walls, and the wooden floorboards create a calm and inviting family apartment.
The apartment has an open floor plan where most internal doors have been removed. The hallway flows into the living room, and the inner hall between the living space and the master bedroom also doesn’t have doors between the rooms. This also helps the light coming from windows in two directions to flow through the house continuously.
You can instantly see the second bedroom that the owners created in the living room. Industrial glass doors separate the children’s room from the living room. And at night, the curtains can be drawn so the child has their own private room and doesn’t get disturbed by the light in the living room.
The living room has soft beige walls, adding a natural warm tone.
The internal wall between the living room and kitchen has been removed to create a big light living space.
The children’s room has a cozy built-in bed and half-painted walls.
On the other side, the niche is fitted with shelves to create a desk and storage space.
The apartment is fitted with a modern white kitchen with cabinets all the way to the ceiling.
From the kitchen, you can reach the sunny balcony overlooking the courtyard.
The apartment has a large master bedroom which has a custom-made ribbed feature wall that also serves a the bed’s headboard.
The room is so big, so it has enough room for a bedroom home office made of string shelves.
A working fireplace sits in the corner of the room, creating a cozy reading nook.
photography by Alicia Edelman