A bit of luxury on this dreary tuesday. At least it’s dreary where I live, I’ve seen beautiful snowy pictures of Stockholm where this apartment is located. The building dates back to 1907 but the apartment was completely renovated in 2015 and has now a luxurious touch. I always like attic apartments, they look so cozy and this one also looks incredibly chic!
I have a beautiful attic apartment in Brooklyn for you today. The apartment is designed by General Assembly and they created a beautiful light attic apartment for two creatives with busy travel schedules. I love the combination of wood, concrete and industrial elements in this apartment. It gives the home a cool yet still cozy atmosphere.
A small apartment can still feel spacious, which is something this apartment shows. Despite the size ánd the slanted ceilings it still feels like plenty of space. With a light wooden floor and white walls it definitely has the typical Scandi style. My favourite room is definitely that bedroom. They used a glass wall which in such a small space is very clever. This way you don’t loose any light ánd the room feels larger. I love the colour scheme in the bedroom with the white, grey and soft pink. With a Moroccan rug and the plants the room is complete and I really wish I could lie under that skylight on rainy days!
I don’t think that my love for attic apartments will ever go away. I found another beauty today, a lovely Scandinavian attic apartment in Gothenborg. Decorated in black, grey and white this is certainly a perfect example of monochrome Scandinavian design. The white walls and floor keep the apartment as bright as possible. I’m in love with that wall finish in the living space, it gives the space some extra texture. Oh and if you want to keep fit, you can do your gymnastic exercises on those rings in the living room 😉
Attic apartment? Check! Exposed beams? Check! Beautiful Scandinavian design? Check! Plants to liven it up? Check!
An attic apartment is kind of my dream home (in the city) and I really like this. It has all the elements you wish for in a Scandinavian attic apartment, so sit back and enjoy!
I love attic apartments. For me they always have a natural cozy feeling and if you style it right they really don’t feel cramped. In this Scandinavian attic apartment they kept all the walls white to really help brighten the space up and help the natural light that floods in. As we’re used to by the Scandinavians, the apartment is styled to perfection. With a black and white colorscheme they kept it natural but with cozy textures, artwork and the occasional vintage wooden furniture it’s feels and looks like a cozy home.
If you’re very keen on privacy for your bedroom, this might not be the best idea. But it does give a small apartment a more spacious feeling if you add a glass wall. These glass industrial walls is something you see a lot in Scandinavian apartment right now, you can see it as well in the apartment I posted earlier this week. It’s really a lovely way to keep the natural light in all rooms and it’s a nice eye catcher. But if you want to have a private bedroom it might be a good idea to add some curtains.
I just can’t get enough of attic apartments. I especially can’t get enough of attic apartments with amazing design and original features, which is the case in this Stockholm apartment. The exposed beams throughout the living space give this attic apartment some extra character. Beside that the space is styled to perfection with Scandinavian design pieces and it’s packed with art. This apartment looks so incredibly cozy, I want to have it!
I love an attic apartment. I know slanted ceilings aren’t always very practical but it does give the space some natural coziness. This apartment in Stockholm just came on the market through ESNY and it’s a stunner. The space is decorated in shades of white, grey and black like many Scandinavian spaces. But the neutral color palette gets some warmth and personal touches by using wood, plants and a lot of artwork. Gosh I love Scandinavian homes, don’t you?
Friday is real estate day. A lot of homes hit the market on friday including this lovely attic apartment in Stockholm. Situated on the top floor, this apartment has sloped ceilings and beautiful exposed beams. The exposed brick wall in the living room gives the apartment even more character. Like most Scandinavian homes the color palette is neutral with lots of white, grey and black. But the architectural details certainly make this attic apartment very special. I would love an attic apartment, I always think sloped ceilings make a space so cozy. (Oh.. and no upstairs neighbours is definitely a plus).