This turn-of-the-century apartment stands in Vasastan, one of Stockholm’s most popular areas. The tiny 38 square meter apartment has recently been renovated and now shows a combination of historical elements together with modern design furnishings.
The renovation of this small apartment was meticulously planned. The small home features high standards and a beautiful design with turn-of-the-century charm and clever functional details such as built-in niches and display cabinets.
The niches create practical storage as well as a nice design element. They are perfect for displaying art and books. The niches are strategically placed to maximize the space and, at the same time, integrate seamlessly with the rest of the decor.
The apartment has a working tiled stove, high ceilings, herringbone parquet, large windows, beautiful stucco and moldings, which gives an airy and bright atmosphere.
The open-plan living room and kitchen is tiny, but it has space for a comfortable seating area, a small dining table, and a proper kitchen.
The kitchen is designed in dark oak and beige tones, together with faucets and knobs in chrome. The worktop and splash guard are made of beige quartz composite.
The hallway provides plenty of storage with built-in wardrobes and a shelving niche.
Through a glass sliding door, you enter the small but beautiful bedroom. The room has a working fireplace, a herringbone parquet floor, and space for a double bed.
This small apartment is the perfect example of a beige and cozy home. The turn-of-the-century apartment’s original details certainly help create a cozy vibe.
This small home in Stockholm is for sale at Simon Crest.