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A beautiful Stockholm apartment with mid-century touches

Sometimes, when you're in need of a little interior design inspiration the best place to turn is the estate agents. Especially Swedish ones like Fantastic Frank. And that's where this beautiful home in Vasastan, Stockholm is for sale. It is oh so Scandinavian, with the beautiful light wood floors, white and pale grey hues and the stark contrast of the wooden mid-century furniture. Such a perfect balance.









Photography:Styling: Sofie GanevaPhoto: Kristofer Johnsson Styling: Sofia Ganeva for Fantastic Frank via Emma's Design Blog
Ooooo what a wonderful home, I don't know how they can bear to part with it. And such beautiful light! What d'you think?

Thank you all so much for your lovely comments about my home dining space yesterday. Tomorrow I thought I'd show a few more snaps from another part of our open plan living space, so pop back if you get the chance!

Hej då!

11 comments:

MESy said...

love these prints on the side board and great idea with little shower in the cupboard

Tracey said...

wish i had that space and that much white............wonderful.

Doli Castillo said...

It's wonderful, I love the bedroom :D

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Niki MyScandinavianHome said...

I love the prints too, I wonder where you can get them (if possible)?! I have seen a few apartments in both Stockholm and Copenhagen with a shower in the cupboard. Sometimes it's because the apartment is old and so it was originally built without a private wash room and instead had a communal one to share with the other apartments in the block!

Niki MyScandinavianHome said...

I agree Tracey, I love the size of each rooms both in width and height!

Niki MyScandinavianHome said...

Me too, it looks so calm.

True Colours said...

It's beautiful, I love the bathroom,bedroom and kitchen!
Have a nice week.

Rebekah said...

Beautiful!

Wilbert Padilla said...

This home is truly beautiful. The minimalist theme accentuates the floor plan. I love how the wooden floors complement with the design concept. It must be difficult for the owners of this lovely home to sell it.

Anna Häggström said...

The framed posters on the sideboard are from a photo exhibition by Vee Speers at Fotografiska museet in Stockholm. They can be bought here http://fotografiska.eu/webshop/Produkter/Affischer/(offset)/120

Love the blog Niki!

My Scandinavian Home said...

Thanks Anna banana, good to see you on here! X

 

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