This compact family home in Kungshöjds is nestled in a cluster of brick buildings that appear somewhat stately yet seemingly sterile from the exterior. But wander inside and you will find a brightly lit apartment washed in white, drenched in beautiful architecture, and laden with outdoor space.
This thirty-strong building complex is filled with status quo apartments, but this small apartment in particular truly lucked out with an end position, giving it a first-place view from it’s multitude of enclosed balconies.
Constructed in 1933 it underwent a remodel in 1996, and once again in 2016 – when it was ironically reinstated with a contemporary 30s style. An era filled with simple class and impeccable design.
The open floor plan, crisp white walls, floors and picture windows create a halo of light throughout, while simple furnishing allow for the space to speak for itself.
Black accent shelving and countertops in the kitchen create a clean contrast, and the various clear glass lighting fixtures keep the visual arena clear of clutter as well. While white shelving in the living room creates an element of depth, and the cork coffee table and woven cream couch provide texture.
Sliding wood doors hang between the living room and child’s bedroom – which also doubles as an office with a gorgeous camel colored leather chair.
The master bedroom is balanced with grey tones and wood accents, and is slathered in a rich grey wall color, giving the room beautiful dimension and leading the way to one of the many aforementioned quaint patio spaces.
This monochromatic space is truly a surprising delight that deserves a heart-felt high five!
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Spartan design that conveys restrained beauty and calm. I Could Live Here.
Beautiful, tasteful, and elegant…love this.