A Serene Modern Home in a Former Factory Building

Six years ago, a factory building in Stockholm from the early 20th century was converted into a residential building. And today’s home tour shows one of the apartments in this historic building.

There is no sign of the industrial heritage of the building in this apartment. Instead, the home is designed in a modern Scandinavian style with light color tones, stylish furniture, and a beautiful wooden floor in a herringbone pattern.

The two-bedroom apartment has beautiful high ceilings and large windows that flood the rooms with light. Together with the open plan layout, this creates a lovely open and spacious feeling despite the modest floor plan of 67 square meters.

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serene living room with high ceilings

The open-plan living space is decorated in a light color scheme with black accents in the accessories and lighting.

open plan living room with wooden floor

Natural materials like jute and rattan add an earthy vibe to the space.

serene living room with dining table
open plan sitting room

The living room and kitchen are one big room, but a small wall hides the kitchen from the sitting area.

black dining table
open plan dining space with kitchen
white kitchen wooden floor

A minimalistic kitchen hides behind the wall with plenty of storage in high cabinets, drawers, and upper cabinets.

serene beige bedroom

The biggest bedroom is painted in a soothing gray-beige shade and offers access to the sunny balcony.

beige bedroom
bedroom with balcony
sunny balcony
small children bedroom

The second bedroom is now used as a children’s bedroom with walls painted in a subtle old pink shade.

beige childrens bedroom
spacious minimalistic bathroom

The walls in the bathroom are clad with white half-jointed tiles and on the floor lie graphite gray tiles.

hallway with wardrobes

The apartment is listed for sale at Historiska Hem