This gorgeous attic home in Sweden (styled by
The area in front of the balcony window is the perfect spot for a home office desk, putting it out of the way of the rest of the living room functionality.
On the downstairs level, which can be reached by a beautiful winding staircase, you can find a kitchen with dark wood cabinets paired with a vintage wood glass cabinet by the dining area. The bedroom has shiplap walls painted in a subtle sage green color, which is carried over into the entryway of the apartment.
A living room with white walls and exposed wood beams
The exposed wood beams in the impressive rooftop ceiling of the living room shape the design of the space and add a unique touch to the interior. By keeping the walls of the living room white, a beautiful contrast is created between the walls and the dark wood beams.
The carefully selected living room decor features grey, brown, and beige tones paired with dark wood elements and natural tones for a modest effect in the space that puts the beams at the center.
The wall rug above the sofa adds a modest yet beautiful textural effect to the sofa area along with the texture of the brown sheepskin on the sofa and the area rug.
A vintage home office desk creates a beautiful home office spot
The home office spot looks out onto a spacious rooftop terrace which must be so nice in summer.
A wood spiral staircase leads to the ground level of the apartment
The material of the exposed wood beams comes back in the spiral staircase that leads to the ground level of the attic apartment.
The white shiplap walls line the staircase and the platforms next to the small round staircase window are great for plants and small decor pieces.
A two-tone kitchen with dark wood and white cabinets
Even though the upper cabinet fronts are white, the top and side plates of the cabinets have a dark wood tone that matches the bottom cabinet color for an integrated effect.
The limestone countertop also comes back in a small backsplash protecting the wall.
The other side of the kitchen features a spacious dining table with a bench on one side and a mixture of different dining chairs on the other. The vintage glass cabinet by the wall adds a beautiful darker wood tone to the setting that is paired with a subtle oak peg rail on the side.
The top part of the vintage glass cabinet is perfect for displaying glasses and ceramics, while the bottom closed section can be used for dinnerware.
A sage green bedroom with shiplap walls
The bedroom has a shiplap treatment on the walls, which adds a subtle farmhouse texture to the space. The
A small niche space in the wall is used for hanging the beautiful
A sage green hallway with a small storage area
The entryway of the apartment has sage green shiplap walls just like the bedroom and a small area for hanging jackets and storing shoes.
A modern bathroom with a classic look
The modern bathroom features white subway tiles with black grout in the shower and on the lower half of the rest of the bathroom walls. The upper half of the walls are painted in a subtle beige wall color and the classic wall sconces and mirror add a beautiful traditional element to the space.
The modern white vanity with chrome details fits the rest of the bathroom materials, while also offering a lot of storage space underneath the sink.