A Beautiful Stockholm Home Filled With Mid-Century Design Icons.

, , , , , , , , , By Catherine

The 670  ft2 / 62 m2 Stockholm apartment of interior designer, gallerist and collector Fredrik Karlsson is now up for grab.

The apartment boasts generous ceiling height, large windows, gorgeous chevron parquet floors, and lovely period details.

And it is filled with works by mid-century design icons.

The crisp white walls and ceilings are the perfect backdrop for his absolutely enviable collection of vintage finds by Charlotte Perriand, Pierre Jeanneret, Philip Arctander, and Louis Weisdorf, among others.

The look is sophisticated and curated, yet still warm and inviting. I like the pared down palette, wooden accents, as well as the beautiful artwork throughout the place.

Enjoy the tour!

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Photos: Filip Gränström for Sjöman\frisk.se


1 Comment

  1. Christine Liu
    14 Apr 2021 / 22:00

    Hi, Catherine,

    Thanks for another great article on Nordic Homes! I am particularly eyed on the modular sofa and the ceiling light over the dining table. I am wondering whether you have any resource info on them or could suggest similar options with reasonable price tag.


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