On the top floor of an apartment complex in Stockholm lies a beautiful penthouse apartment with light rooms, exposed wooden beams, an indoor balcony with a bar, and pastel color accents.
The penthouse apartment has panoramic views of the city of Stockholm and the owners make the most of that with a roof terrace and an indoor balcony so the view can be enjoyed in the warm and colder months.
The newly renovated apartment has generous bright rooms with slanted ceilings and exposed wooden beams for character. The base of the home is white with a light wooden floor but pastel color accents have been added in furnishings, decor, and an accent wall in the bedroom.
The apartment has a light living space with skylights, wooden beams, and a fireplace to add warmth.
The seating area is defined by a large pastel rug. Pastel color accents return in the knot pillows on the sofa.
One nook in the living space houses a generous round dinng table with pastel Vitra Panton chairs and a pastel blue Curvy Mirror by Gustaf Westman.
The stylish Marbodal kitchen was renovated this year. It includes sleek light gray cabinets and a breakfast bar with colorful bar stools.
The penthouse has three bedrooms, all have slanted ceilings and built in storage. This small bedroom is now used as a sng wth a purple Togo sofa by Ligne Roset.
Next to the living room you’ll find a glazed inner balcony with a bar painted in a mint green shade.
The master bedroom has a lavender accent wall and curved shapes in the headboard and rug.
styling by Copparstad and photography by Sylwan for Historiska Hem