Nordic, modern floors, and with much charmé, there are many, but, unlike the flirty and charming apartment that we are going to know next, not all of them have a story behind. And it is that once this house was a traditional dairy in Stockholm, which, far from disappearing completely due to the demolition and erection of a new building, was preserved and transformed into a small 40 m² apartment, and decorated, today, with a excellent taste.
It may seem that 40 m² for a house are few, and they are, but this Nordic apartment makes good use of every corner, making it fully functional and, in line with the Nordic style, elegant and uncluttered. Everything flows, everything breathes, everything has its space.
Decorated in neutral tones, a very soft gray stains the walls, decorated with a low base of moldings, and a elegant parquet mosaic It covers the floor and gives warmth and comfort to the whole house.
The decorative elements and furniture are a perfect balance between design classics, like the chairs, modern lines, also some plants, as well as antique objects recovered, which are the ones that give it that charming touch so characteristic that this small nordic apartment.
The open bedroom has a partition that gives it some privacy. It is a small space where the bed and nothing else can fit, not even a traditional nightstand; but still, everything is resolved with grace and style. Two wall-mounted multiple shelves act as bedside tables.
In the dining area, an old folding table and two black Windsor chairs, plus a work bench complete the furniture, surrounded by a striking wall painted in matt black.
The great contrast occurs in the kitchen, where we see some of the walls as well as its countertop plastered in cement, and antique furniture painted in black, along with other modern styles, finished in matt white. A successful contrast that denotes good taste, as evidenced by the entire house.
A small nordic flat from which we can take very good ideas for decorating a small house, or any size, with a lot of class.
Photos and more information at: Historiska hem
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