Why, hello there! I hope you had a wonderful weekend (if I’ve got this right, I think many of you are off today too? In which case I hope you’re having a fabulous day and the sun is shining for you like it is here Sweden!). I’m kicking off the week with this beauty of an attic apartment, tucked under the rooftops of Gothenburg. The building dates back to the late 19th century – and still bears many remnants from the past – including beautiful beams and a traditional Swedish tiled masonry oven. The simple white theme ensures a light-filled space and creates a beautiful contrast with the dark wood structure, while Swedish interior designers Emma Fischer and Linnéa Manaberi have worked around the low slanted ceilings and little nooks to create a practical living space. Ready to take a look around?
How lovely! It just goes to show how, with a little help from skylights and a white scheme, you can create beautiful light-filled home in an attic! 
I also love the beams, white wood panelled walls and fig tree! 
Is there anything that stood out to you? 
Maybe you can imagine living there? In which case, you might want to head over to Alvhem as it’s for sale! Yep, I know! 
Fancy taking a peek inside a few more attic spaces today? Here are a few beauties: 
It’s also worth taking a look at: 
Honestly, today is the warmest, sunniest day in Sweden we’ve had since last September. It’s almost cruel that it’s landed on a Monday! Should I take the day off? I’m very tempted! 
Wishing you a lovely, sunny start to the week! 
Niki
Photography: Anders Bergstedt
Interior design / styling: Emma Fischer & Linnéa Manaberi
For: Alvhem 

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Why, hello there! I hope you had a wonderful weekend (if I’ve got this right, I think many of you are off today too? In which case I hope you’re having a fabulous day and the sun is shining for you like it is here Sweden!). I’m kicking off the week with this beauty of an attic apartment, tucked under the rooftops of Gothenburg. The building dates back to the late 19th century – and still bears many remnants from the past – including beautiful beams and a traditional Swedish tiled masonry oven. The simple white theme ensures a light-filled space and creates a beautiful contrast with the dark wood structure, while Swedish interior designers Emma Fischer and Linnéa Manaberi have worked around the low slanted ceilings and little nooks to create a practical living space. Ready to take a look around?
How lovely! It just goes to show how, with a little help from skylights and a white scheme, you can create beautiful light-filled home in an attic! 
I also love the beams, white wood panelled walls and fig tree! 
Is there anything that stood out to you? 
Maybe you can imagine living there? In which case, you might want to head over to Alvhem as it’s for sale! Yep, I know! 
Fancy taking a peek inside a few more attic spaces today? Here are a few beauties: 
It’s also worth taking a look at: 
Honestly, today is the warmest, sunniest day in Sweden we’ve had since last September. It’s almost cruel that it’s landed on a Monday! Should I take the day off? I’m very tempted! 
Wishing you a lovely, sunny start to the week! 
Niki
Photography: Anders Bergstedt
Interior design / styling: Emma Fischer & Linnéa Manaberi
For: Alvhem