This spacious and bright loft is located in an unassuming building dating back to 1898 in Stockholm.
The apartment had a complete overhaul. Key features were preserved, like the large windows that fill the place with natural light as well as the generous ceiling height. The steel handrail and staircase are a nod to the loft’s industrial history. The stunning kitchen painted in black add a contemporary touch – We just love the sliding ladder that provides access to the high cabinets. The mezzanine is also a clever use of the space, providing privacy and additional living area.
The blue sofa is a lovely pop of colour monochrome scheme, and the wooden elements give a charming and warm rustic touch. The rug adds texture and a distinct ‘zone’ for the living room, which is a great way to divide the space visually when living in an open plan. Vintage Thonet chairs are a nice combination with the modern Loop table from HAY. Black and white prints blend in very well with the place’s palette. For similar, see Desenio, Simple Form and The Poster Club.
Pretty great, right?
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Photos: Henrik Nero