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A Fabulous Swedish Home In A Converted railway Station

Warehouses, firestations, schoolspost offices - there's something so special about these structures when they are converted into a living space. This former railway station in Ösmo, south of Stockholm has been transformed into a beautiful home -. and yet still bears evidence from it's former life. Instantly recognised by its yellow tiles, red windows and A-symmetric exterior - the station was designed by Ferdinand Boberg - an esteemed architect - and completed in 1901. Today it's been converted into a fabulously unique living space and has been causing quite a stir since the owners put it on the market! Could you imagine living here? 

What an incredible place! 

If you'd like to see a few more pictures - hop on over here

Fancy taking a peek inside a few other conversions over the weekend? Some of the ones in these archives are simply amazing: 


So friends, that's it from me this week. Thank you so much for stopping by! I hope you've enjoyed the eclectic mix this week - from a serene, dark apartment in Kiev and creative apartment in London and a Danish manor, we really have been around the block! 

Have a great weekend! 

Niki

Photography courtesy of Historiska Hem

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  1. What an amazing building. I would love to live there. All that warm light!

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  2. I love this! Do you happen to know the designer of the light shades over the dining table? Thank you x

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  4. What a chic home! Love the vision and creativity they used to turn into a stylish and welcoming abode!

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