In the former Neurenberg brewery on Södermalm in Stockholm stands this wonderful townhouse. The brewery dates back to 1640, but this townhouse has been completely renovated.
The townhouse is 88 square meter big, and divided over two floor. During the renovation the chose high class materials and grey/black details for an industrial touch.
On the ground floor you’ll find the kitchen and dining room with a spiral staircase leading to the floor above. On this floor are also a guest bedroom and bath.
Upstairs you’ll find a gorgeous open plan living room with work area. Plus the master bedroom and bath.
I truly love the combination of light and dark in this townhouse. Plus the textures in neutral color tones soften the industrial details in this home. It’s the perfect combination.
The light that floods in the kitchen through the industrial doors and windows is simply lovely.
The spiral staircase is a wonderful design feature. A combination of steel and wood bring industrial and warm design together.
A dark grey kitchen by Canadaköket with white subway tiles (which will return in the bathrooms)
The hallway with one the left the guest bedroom and bathroom.
The guest bathroom with black hexagon floor tiles and white subway tiles.
One the first floor is the living room with home office and built-in bookshelves.
The sitting area with French doors overlooking the courtyard.
The master bedroom with white Asplund drawers and Pia Wallen Cross Blanket
See more industrial homes:
- A Swedish penthouse with industrial touches
- A small Scandinavian loft with industrial touches
- High ceilings in an industrial warehouse conversion in London
- An industrial look for a small attic apartment in Stockholm
The master bathroom is in the same style as the guest bedroom. Only this bathroom also has a black clawfoot bath.
There is a small garden attached to the townhouse.
This Scandinavian townhouse is for sale at Sivkraft