This welcoming Scandinavian apartment is located in the heart of Gothenburg, Sweden, on the third floor of a heritage building. Much of the original turn-of-the-century charm is preserved in the form of high ceilings, wood flooring, profiled moldings, ceiling medallions and cast iron radiators.
The hallway that greets you as you step inside this three-room apartment seems comfortably large, thanks to its white walls and bright tiled flooring. As you go farther, you find the wonderful living room with an exit to the balcony that takes center stage.
The kitchen and dining space layout is optimal for those who like to invite friends over for dinner. From the small terrace, guests can enjoy a glass of wine in the sun before continuing the evening in one of the restaurants downtown.
At the far end of the apartment, quietly located toward the courtyard, is the master bedroom. The atmosphere here is peaceful and restful. The room is large and can easily fit a double bed, reading area and small desk. To the right of the hallway, there is a second bedroom that also overlooks the courtyard.
Discovered by Freshome on Alvhem, this 730-square-foot Swedish apartment provides refinement and inspiration. We’re certain you’ll make the most of the photos below when decorating your home.
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