Super high ceilings and oversized black framed windows hint at the industrial past of this Stockholm apartment. Once a brewery, the inner city building has been transformed to now accommodate large living spaces.
Abundant natural light floods over the white walls and light timber floors. The furnishings are simple in style and palette, with shades of grey from dove to charcoal offset by the warmth of natural leather, wood and textiles.
Let me show you through this beautiful home.
The owners have chosen large statement pieces like the living room pendant light to create a dramatic effect.
There is a lovely mix of textures to add interest, like the plush velvet sofa, chunky knits, and textured rug, with an almost complete absence of pattern.
The galley style kitchen runs across one long wall of the living space and features beautiful warm wooden doors.
In keeping with the rest of the apartment, the bedrooms are simple but sophisticated and lush.
I still can’t get past the height of those ceilings and the industrial charm of the building. If you happen to be looking to buy an apartment in Stockholm (ha! I wish!), this beauty is currently for sale. Find out more here, at Alexander White.