This apartment on the fourth floor of an apartment complex in Stockholm has recently been renovated. During the renovation, several indoor walls were removed to create a more open-plan space with plenty of room for a dining area, a kitchen, and a sitting area.
The living room in the 49 square meters apartment has been painted with a neutral gray shade on the walls. Together with the wooden floor gives this a neutral base for the home.
The apartment isn’t very big, but thanks to the removed walls and the built-in wardrobes that keep the home from becoming cluttered it feels open and spacious.
As you can see, the living room used to be two smaller rooms. There is plenty of space for a large dining table, and the entire room feels light.
Gray walls may seem dull, but this apartment shows how cozy it can look. Layer the gray base with multi-colored textiles and decorate the room with plants.
The kitchen has also been opened up, but as it stands in a niche it’s not on full view from the living room.
The built-in closets have been painted the same color as the walls to make them blend in.
The color scheme of the bedroom is in contrast to the rest of the home.
The small bedroom is painted in a beautiful warm terracotta shade.
A tiny desk, made from string shelves, sits next to the bed.
The room is tiny and there’s no room for a normal door. A sliding door is a great idea if you want to be able to close off the room without taking up space.
This lovely Stockholm apartment is now for sale at Bjurfors