This large brick building in the Swedish countryside used to be a school building. The house was built in 1927, and the characterful building has now been converted into a unique family home.
The unique residence offers grand open-plan spaces, light rooms, and natural materials. The 290 square meters house is arranged over two floors and offers two kitchens, four bedrooms, and an atelier.
It’s a beautiful multifunctional home. The ground floor offers the opportunity for a gallery, an atelier, and even a shop. The private spaces are mainly located on the first floor, with a living room in the center which is surrounded by bedrooms.
we start the home tour on the first floor, home to a cozy living room. The slanted ceilings and exposed wooden beams add a charming feel to the space.
The entire home is decorated in a natural palette with lots of wood, and linseed oil paint in calm and natural hues.
On the first floor is a small kitchen with a second seating area. It’s part of a separate apartment, but it can also be accessed from the living room. The main kitchen is located on the ground floor.
A long hallway runs almost the entire length of the building. The walls are painted in earthy linseed oil emulsion paint.
On the ground floor is a large open-plan kitchen and living room. Large windows and doors not only flood the room with light but also offer stunning views of the garden.
The design is simple, the kitchen is made of stainless steel cabinets with wooden worktops. A simple dining table with benches sits in the center of the room.
The bedrooms are all painted in warm earthy tones and feature wooden floorboards.
The bathroom was renovated in 2020. The light brown walls are combined with crisp white tiles.
From the large kitchen you can reach the wooden terrace packed with potted plants.
This school conversion is now for sale at Bo-Laget