A Serene Stockholm Apartment In Neutrals

This incredible Stockholm apartment might seem tight in places (check out the angles in the kitchen and bedrooms), but don't be fooled - the two-floor maisonette actually has 5 bedrooms - which for Sweden's capital city is immense! When I stumbled across it, an incredible sense of calm washed over me, which I put down to the lovely pools of sunlight, wide open-plan living space and the soft putty shade throughout. I could quite happily see myself flitting about in this wonderful oasis, how about you? 

Note the rounded shape of the sofa - curved edges are set to be a big trend in 2022. 

I am guessing the fluffy rug is from Cappelen Dimyr - a popular Swedish brand co-owned by Elin Dixdotter who's wonderful Copenhagen home I featured here and incredible country kitchen here.

When you choose a monotone palette, it's critical to shake things up a little and add interest with texture - clearly seen here in the bedroom. 

So beautiful! 

I know this type of monotone look isn't to every taste - how do you feel about it? 

Tomorrow I'm hoping to share some snapshots from the latest update I have done in my studio - I hope you're going to like it as much as we do! 

Vi ses! 


Photography Nestor Fastighetsmäkleri found via Nordroom with thanks. 


  1. Wow! As a person whose walls are painted in Hague Blue and India Yellow, I am amazed that I like this monochrome situation so much. It really works here. Makes the space look ever bigger and elegant but also warm. Really like it.

    1. I'm happy that yo can also appreciate the beauty of a monotone look - the architecture, texture and lovely light also helps!

    2. For sure. I have to say, every kitchen you showed us that was painted the same as walls, in these calm muted colours, I totally loved. this one is no exception. Beautiful apartment.

  2. BEAUTIFUL ! thank you for sharing

  3. So elegant! The arched windows are my favorite. I like a monotone palette in the right setting, and this is the right place for it.


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