This Stockholm apartment is only 57 square meters big, but thanks to the open-plan layout, it feels much more spacious. The apartment has been renovated in the last couple of years, among other things, they tore down the wall between the living room and kitchen to create a social floorplan.
Thanks to the corner position, the apartment is very light, with windows on two sides. The balcony, attached to the living room, is south-facing, so warm sunlight floods into the room throughout the day.
despite the renovation, the mid-century apartment also has original features like the beautiful herringbone parquet in the living room. In this room, they added beige and pink tones to create a warm atmosphere.
The living room has a light gray base color on the walls but it has plenty of warm accents. The parquet floor already brings plenty of warmth, but the beige curtains and pink sofa also add warm color accents.
One wall is also painted in an earthy pink shade which continues into the hallway.
From the dining space, you walk into the kitchen.
The modern kitchen has matte black cabinets and limestone (Azul Valverde) worktops. The walls are painted with wipe-able, light gray paint (‘Tidlös’ by Jotun).
There is a seamless connection between the hall, the living room, and the kitchen. By removing these indoor doors you create a more flowing and spacious feeling home. The wall is painted in Savanna sunset by Jotun.
The bedroom is a soothing space which is entirely painted in a dark green tone.
styling by Lindholm and photograph by Boukari for Historiska Hem