Stunning Residence In Stockholm

Ideally located in a very prestigious building which is situated in the heart of the Stockholm city in between Stureplan and Humlegarden, the apartment encompasses an area space of three hundred and twenty meters. Excellent design, proper utilization of the space, beautiful and high comforts are few terms that describe this residence appropriately.

Classic hardwood material has been chosen as the flooring, ceilings have been kept high, and small details have been given optimum consideration in order to create a feeling of richness and luxury. The entrance of the residence opens to the living room, which has been exquisitely decorated with fine details. A separate reading area characterized with large bookcases blended with the living room also looks wow. The kitchen area and dining space have been introduced into a single layout plan.

White dining chairs with white table mats have been incorporated to complement the white cabinets in the kitchen. Like the other areas of the residence, the bedroom has also been designed in a simple fashion.  Simple bed featuring straight lines (without headboard), large windows, floor to ceiling white curtains, and a simple side table lamp complete the decoration aspect of the bedroom. The attached bathroom also follows the white theme.{found on esny}

Published by in Interiors, on August 3rd, 2011


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