In a grand turn-of-the-century apartment complex, we find this charming one-bedroom home. The apartment features light rooms and original details such as deep windows, stucco, wooden floors, and high skirting boards.
The 65 square meters apartment is decorated in a light natural color scheme with beige walls in the living room, light blue-green walls in the bedroom, and a pink accent wall in the kitchen.
The light color palette, natural materials, and light rooms with historical elements create a beautiful Scandinavian home.
The apartment has a classic layout with two large rooms in a row. The ceiling height of around three meters creates a wonderfully airy atmosphere, and the ceilings are decorated with stucco and ceiling rosettes.
The walls in the living room are painted in a light gray-beige hue from Farrow & Ball.
Double mirror doors separate the bedroom from the living room.
The walls in the bedroom are painted in a light green-blue color that highlights the room’s original white joinery. The built-in wardrobes are painted in a dark gray shade and are combined with brass knobs.
The kitchen is a pleasant room that was renovated a couple of years ago. The kitchen cabinets are made by Skandinaviska Shakherkök in solid pine.
The kitchen features a cozy nook that houses a small round breakfast table. You have a nice view of the courtyard from here with its beautiful magnolia tree.
The accent wall is painted in “Burnt Red” from Little Greene.
The kitchen opens into the hall, photpainted in a yellow-beige color from Jotun.
photography via Stadshem