This beautiful Swedish apartment really has some extraordinary turn of the century details starting with the old wing doors and beautiful windows to the panelling in the dining room, which looks original to me.
The large kitchen in a classic shaker style with grey cabinets and a grey natural stone looks very fresh and inviting. I love the big kitchen island in the middle and the large oak shelving on the wall to keep decor items.
The dining room has these eye-catching wall panels, which are enhanced even more by painting the top part of the wall in a deep blue color. This space has a slightly odd shape, with a niche going up to the window which has been utilised as a seating area.
The kids room, living room, bedroom and office space (this is quite a big apartment) all have different wall colors and I love the way you can see from one room into the other and the wall colors complement each other.