Tucked away in a quiet corner of Stockholm, this Swedish apartment bears many of the hallmarks of its 1944-45 origin. The kitchen for example, still has the original cabinetry and pantry – and it warms my heart to see these remnants still intact!  
As an ‘end’ apartment, it’s also blessed with light from three different directions. In our first apartment  many moons ago, Per and I lived in a flat just like this and I absolutely loved how the light changed throughout the day. 
The owners of this space have included quite a few mid-century pieces to stay true to the architecture – while not being afraid to add some cool, contemporary touches. Look closely, and you’ll also witness sculptural pieces, unique treasures, a rich blend of textures and warm earthy tones. 
Finally, keep an eye out for the shelving in the sitting room – a perfect solution when wall space is limited. 
I hope you feel inspired by the tour! 
Feeling confused about the layout? Here’s the floor plan for the 46 m2 (495 ft.sq) apartment: 
Glossary: matrum – dining room, kök – kitchen, vardagsrum – sitting room, sovrum – bedroom
I love how warm this apartment looks; I can imagine feeling instantly at ease here, how about you? 
The earthy kilim rug and cushions reminded me of the tour I once featured of the Swedish home of interior designer Saša Antic. I have been working with Saša this week and he is such a talented guy! 
Also, note the cushion to the right of the sofa. The tone is similar to the Pantone 2024 colour of the year – Peach fuzz, which goes beautifully with dark green. Can you imagine adding this accent to your home this year? 
I’d love to hear your thoughts, as always! 
Happy Lillördag! 
Niki
Photography @jockeono, styling Clindholm design, for Historiska Hem

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Tucked away in a quiet corner of Stockholm, this Swedish apartment bears many of the hallmarks of its 1944-45 origin. The kitchen for example, still has the original cabinetry and pantry – and it warms my heart to see these remnants still intact!  
As an ‘end’ apartment, it’s also blessed with light from three different directions. In our first apartment  many moons ago, Per and I lived in a flat just like this and I absolutely loved how the light changed throughout the day. 
The owners of this space have included quite a few mid-century pieces to stay true to the architecture – while not being afraid to add some cool, contemporary touches. Look closely, and you’ll also witness sculptural pieces, unique treasures, a rich blend of textures and warm earthy tones. 
Finally, keep an eye out for the shelving in the sitting room – a perfect solution when wall space is limited. 
I hope you feel inspired by the tour! 
Feeling confused about the layout? Here’s the floor plan for the 46 m2 (495 ft.sq) apartment: 
Glossary: matrum – dining room, kök – kitchen, vardagsrum – sitting room, sovrum – bedroom
I love how warm this apartment looks; I can imagine feeling instantly at ease here, how about you? 
The earthy kilim rug and cushions reminded me of the tour I once featured of the Swedish home of interior designer Saša Antic. I have been working with Saša this week and he is such a talented guy! 
Also, note the cushion to the right of the sofa. The tone is similar to the Pantone 2024 colour of the year – Peach fuzz, which goes beautifully with dark green. Can you imagine adding this accent to your home this year? 
I’d love to hear your thoughts, as always! 
Happy Lillördag! 
Niki
Photography @jockeono, styling Clindholm design, for Historiska Hem