The historic details in the architecture of this turn-of-the-century Swedish apartment are stunning to begin with. I especially like those big arched windows that let in so much natural light. Almost the entire apartment has white painted walls, apart from the bedroom wall, which makes the interior even brighter. The living room has a beautiful dark grey sofa, which contrasts wonderfully with the white fluffy area rug and the white walls. The lounge chair and the Gubi Pedrera coffee table look like drawings on this white rug and I love the way the TV has been integrated into a gallery wall.

The custom-built white kitchen with a warm beige natural stone is concentrated on one side of the kitchen, leaving space for a small round dining table on the opposite wall. The exhaust has been built in, with open shelving on both sides, which makes it look integrated and not so intrusive.

The bedroom has a grey mineral wall, which goes so nicely with the grey curtains and I love the way the black Louis Poulsen AJ lamp and the black wall lamp contrast with the wall color. The low module of String shelves on the wall combined with the round mirror looks wonderful and I love that there is space for a lounge area in the bedroom as well. Such a lovely spot to have your morning coffee.

Styled by Grey Deco, photographed by Fredrik j Karlsson for Alvhem

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