If I’d put this beautiful Swedish home into an equation, the unknown x would be so easy to be named – delicate elegance. Even simpler than that, 104 square meters of space plus lovely Swedish clean design equals, without any question, a superb apartment. But as much I’d love math and making all these associations
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Moving from our original source of inspiration – Stockholm, today we don’t leave the Swedish territory, as we center our attention on this chic two bedroom apartment in Gothenburg. As you enter in the hall, you can’t help but notice that lovely wallpaper from Cole & Son. Next thing you know, you’re in the kitchen,
We’re familiar with treehouses, but are you willing to spend your vacation in a treehotel? Situated in the Swedish forests, this curious hotel intrigues you from the first time you see it, as it blends perfectly with the nature. At the moment there are only five tree-rooms, where guests can accommodate, but the owner wants
Sundsliden 13 is not just another Swedish home. With a unique and fine taste when it comes to interior design and the overall look, in general, the residence is very imposing and bringing a fresh air thanks to the detailing. So many houses have ocean views, and this might seem a cliché at some point.
Let’s contemplate the history while exploring this beautiful multi level duplex in Stockholm, Sweden. The area of Norrmalm, where the duplex is located, on top of a building dating from 1885, is famous for the beautiful architecture and design the small and chic apartments have. With a total space of only 1,302 square feet, the
In architecture and design, it’s all about shapes and geometry on paper, things that we cannot always picture in perspective. Yet, the Swedish apartment loft we put our eyes on today reflects precision. The rule saying a room has four walls, isn’t applying here. Circle library, all sorts of shapes on the walls and a
Sweden is a cold country judging by its weather, but seeing this cozy and welcoming Scandinavian apartment makes me believe that’s not so important anymore. The abundance of white, the large windows and the high ceiling give the impression of an even bigger space. How great it would feel to return to such a beautiful