Irresistible Design Exhibited by Colorful Apartment in Sweden

Doesn’t it feel good to peer a house where everything fits right into place? Here’s the feeling I got when first gazing the photos of this lvely-designed apartment located where else but in Gothenburg, Sweden. Much of the turn of the century charm is definitely preserved here inside the type of beautiful hardwood floors, profiled moldings, deep window niches and ceiling with stucco. But what really makes this 49 square meter crib (discovered on Alvhem) appealing is the abundance of color, the unexpected touches of green, blue, orange, yellow, green that you inevitably bump into in every direction.

From the doorway hall you are able to opt to go straight into the open kitchen and living area or turn left towards the comfy bedroom.  Large windows provide numerous natural light and the internal courtyard has a narrative to inform by itself. Having just over four square meters large, the south-facing balcony gives an additional dimension to the apartment. It’s here that the inhabitants can enjoy breakfast every summer morning, surrounded by the quiet atmosphere of the beautiful Swedish neighborhood of Linnéstaden.

Charming 26 Sqm Apartment in Sweden Offering one of the best of 2 Eras

This small 26 square meter apartment located in Gothenburg, Sweden, offers the proper of 2 eras: original parquet, solid ceilings and built-in wardrobe reminding of the 40’s and hyper-modern kitchen and appliances purchased recently by the present owners. Initially discovered on Alvhem, the tiny crib offers an incredible way of life, despite its size. Divided into kitchen area with an enthralling dining spot, front room with large windows and a satisfying balcony, the apartment is optimal for one person, but can really well accommodate a pair also.
Right next to the doorway door, there’s a generously-sized walk-in closet, an excellent cupboard space for this kind of home. The walls are painted in white and with the checkerboard floor, an alluring graphic impression is created. Natural light and a ceiling height of just about three meters within the living-room give where volume. And did you spot how incredibly charming the terrace is?