In an early 20th-century building in Stockholm, we can find a charming apartment where the rooms are painted in light colors, and large windows make them bright and airy. The one-bedroom apartment is located on the ground floor, and double doors can open up to a small courtyard terrace in the warmer months, extending the living space.
Original elements like the wooden floor, ceiling rosettes, mirror doors, and deep window niches have been preserved. And together with the calm colored walls and open-plan spaces, the owners created a welcoming home.
The open plan living room and kitchen is a charming space with a warm beige tone on the walls, a beautiful wooden floor, and stylish Scandinavian furniture.
The apartment has a floorplan of 60 square meters, but thanks to the open living room and kitchen layout, it feels spacious.
There is a natural flow between the living room and kitchen, with the dining table in the center. The kitchen is simple, with light gray cabinets, a solid wood worktop, and white tiles.
The kitchen has a lovely white-painted brick accent wall.
The bedroom is a calm, natural space with walls painted in a light green tone called ‘Olivlund’ from Klint.
The original arched window with a deep window niche is a beautiful historic feature in the room.
The apartment has a spacious hall that is shaped at an angle with plenty of storage and a bench.
Via the doors in the living room, you can access a small courtyard terrace.
styling by Lindholm and photography by Johansson for Historiska Hem