Bright Two-Room Apartment in Sweden Exhibiting an Interesting Modern Layout
Making the most of its central location in the lovely city of Gothemburg, Sweden, this bright and spacious two-room apartment offers extensive surrounding views. Spotted on Alvhem, the crib is located in a turn of the century building and preserves some original elements, such as the impressive ceiling height and wooden floors, which were, of course, renovated. As you enter through the generously-sized hallway, you have a global image of the apartment, with its stylish living zone and kitchen organized in an open layout. The kitchen is fully equipped and has an unusual amount of storage and work surfaces due to the practical kitchen island.
From the living room there is direct access to a balcony, offering a great spot for coffee and contemplation. Numerous lighting units were embedded in the design scheme in order to bring in a soothing atmosphere during the long Swedish winters. The bedroom is secluded and therefore absolutely quiet. Large enough for a double bed with attached side table, this interior comes with additional storage space aesthetically hidden behind a patterned curtain. Have a look at the photos below and let us know what other interesting details you come across!
The official, intentionally left cleared off spaces are:
- The kitchen counters
- My dresser
- Our only eating table
My cleared off spaces aren’t always empty–they just don’t have any decor assigned to them. They are the hardest working spaces in our house and half the time are filled with whatever we happen to be working on–from dinner to books to a project. But when they are clear they are ready to serve us.
And the layered, cozy spaces are places in our home that don’t get movable traffic, they aren’t high demand surfaces that have lots of purposes. None of us need to pile our coffee or books or watches on the mantle, so I can get it all layered and pretty without wondering if in two days it will be piled with 100 extra things.
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