A Lovely Open-Plan Home in Stockholm, Sweden

Hi there campers! Stopping by on this sunny Swedish summer's day to share a beautiful two-bedroom apartment in Södermalm, central Stockholm! Measuring 76 m2 / 817 f2 the living space is fairly compact and features a lovely open-plan living space which spills out onto a balcony. But what really caught my eye were the details - including he beautiful marble worktop with a sunken in sink, the old wooden coffee table and the sauna in the bathroom. Ready to feel inspired? 

Such a lovely space. I love that there is greenery around every corner. 

Would you like to have a sauna in your bathroom? 

I have to say, after my visit to the Stockholm archipelago last week, I'm very tempted to move to Stockholm,it's such a beautiful part of the world! If you're tempted too, you can read more about this apartment over at Historiska Hem

Take a peek inside more lovely Swedish apartments here

Happy Lillördag ('little Saturday'). 


PS Don't forget to enter my giveaway too win a stay at Vår Gård Saltsjöbaden hotel this August! 

Photography: Sylwan Styling: Staaf for Historiska Hem


  1. Wow, that sauna is fantastic! The bathroom seems such a splurge for such a small apartment.

    1. I know! There's something so luxury about it. I'd love a sauna. It makes me want to re-do my entire bathroom at home and try to squeeze one in! / Niki

    2. I was thinking the very same thing!

  2. I just love the color of the walls in the kitchen and main living space. Looks gorgeous with the darker cabinets.

    1. Thank you for pointing that out - it's such a lovely colour and adds so much to the space! :) / Niki

  3. Living in a country where there is a sauna for every two person and where all apartments since decades have their own sauna and older apartment building always had a community sauna which you book , I feel odd stating, that no, I'd not want a sauna in an apartment like this. Although I have to admit that the sauna in this apartment looks very nice. Greetings from Finland :)


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