A Quaint Flat in Central Stockholm

We spotted this quaint flat near Norrmälarstrand (central Stockholm) this week on Swedish real estate site Fantastic Frank.  The original hardwood parquay floors, mullioned windows and paneled doors have been preserved during its' recent renovation.

We're loving the bright airy feel from the large windows and the neutral palette of whites, greys and black.  A clever display of shelves above the doorway in the living room is a great way to create book and media storage in this small space. There's also an updated kitchen with a clever design trick we can't wait to show you.  Let's take a look.

The kitchen has been updated in a gorgeous grey and marble palette with subway tiles and brass accents. Note the countertop is not marble, but seems so because of the marble backsplash against it. A budget-friendly way of making the kitchen look luxe. Love it!


The brass shower with the hexagon and subway tiles create a fresh look for the bathroom. Love the Missoni Home towels.

For more information on this flat visit Fantastic Frank.

Jan Halvarson


Norina said...

The flat looks amazing and especially the kitchen is stunning! Also the flat is in Stockholm which makes it even more perfect. Love it!

Norina xx


Anonymous said...

The kitchen is the best part!

Yeeling said...

Scandinavian designs are no doubt one of the best. Love how they always nail that white, minimal and airy look so effortlessly!

Thanks for sharing these!

Love from Singapore,

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J9nKidz said...

WOW! The entire place is outstanding but that front door takes the cake! Thanks for sharing