This little studio flat, in the heart of Gothenburg's Majorna district, is full of character and period features typical for this area of Gothenburg.
Even though this is a small space this apartment still benefits from a good sized kitchen and original built in storage through-out.
In Sweden it is common to see good sized kitchens in small spaces like this one. No matter the size of the flat, having a kitchen breakfast table is a must in a Swedish home.
The owners of this particular flat has also built a partition for the bed to make this studio feel more like a one bedroom apartment. We love this sweet little flat, perfect as a first home for a single person!
Photography: Jonas Berg for Stadshem
We love the blue painted woodwork in this picture
Image: Source unknown, via Pinterest
We love this cosy and light Stockholm apartment, bursting with personality and classic touches.
The style, which we like to describe as Scandinavian flair meets British eccentric, makes for a really homely and stylish apartment.
We love the large open kitchen diner, the original cupboards teamed with a modern cooker and marble worktop adds a contemporary update. What's your favourite part of this home?
Photography: Joakim Johansson , styling: Hanna Rydman for Historiska Hem
Emerald green and monochrome is a winning combo, here's how you can get the look
Cushion // Att Pynta, Candle holder // Att Pynta, Marble coffee table // Swoon Editions, Picture // Art.co.uk , Rug // West Elm, Velvet sofa // Att Pynta, Plant // IKEA
This extremely stylish Stockholm flat is really something special! Take a look and be inspired by its considered muted colour palette and beautiful Danish classic furniture
Photography: Henrik Nero
Here's how you can get the look of blogger Estée Lalonde's stunning home. We can't get enough of the chic herringbone hardwood parquet flooring and pastel furniture
Photo: Glamour Magazine
Armchair, Swoon Editions // Pink velvet ottoman, Att Pynta // Cotton throw, Att Pynta // Gold mini pots, Att Pynta // Dark glass vase, Att Pynta // Fiddle Leaf fig tree, House of Plants // Sideboard, West Elm