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The first thing that sticks out in this Stockholm apartment is the gold panel island shimmering in the kitchen. In addition to this eye catcher, the entrance to the apartment is painted in a pretty pinkish-red, adding charm and uniqueness. The small space is organized to perfection; the bedroom is separated by a glass partition, adding light and optical space while the bathroom is hidden underneath the second bed, incorporating the height of the apartment and perfecting the space saving solution.

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I have always been a huge fan of brick, and this loft with its exposed brick has so much style. The first impression in the living room is the ceiling height of over 5 meters, which is strikingly high. The enormous industrial window lets a vast amount of natural light into the space, and paired with the ceiling height, gives this home a very spacious feeling. The high ceiling also allows for the bedroom to be above the kitchen, adding the practical factor as well as complimenting the brick with the perfect grey-blue. I love how much space the mezzanine contributes, allowing for a good sized bedroom and walk in closet area.

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The generous ceiling height paired with the wide doorways, creates a beautiful, airy atmosphere, allowing the arched window sections to provide a lot of natural light. The ceilings are decorated with stucco and ceiling roses, and the fishbone patterned wood floor runs smoothly between the living room and the dining room. The walls are painted in a neutral, light gray shade that highlights the beautiful details throughout the space. The home is enhanced by the black and white photographs, making for the perfect combination of stylish and sophisticated.

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This turn of the century home gets its cozy and warm atmosphere from the different shades of grey painted walls and the carefully chosen furnishings and decoration in a natural palette. The original features such as tiled ovens, mirrored doors, stucco and high plinths encapsulate and highlight the space’s beautiful frame. I love the mint green stove in the living room, as well as the artwork on the walls, providing personality to this unique home.

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