This inviting Scandinavian apartment is located in the heart of Gothenburg, Sweden, on the third floor of a listed building. Much of the original charm of the turn of the century has been preserved in the form of high ceilings, wooden floors, moldings, ceiling medallions and cast iron radiators.
The color scheme chosen for the decor is Scandinavian, but with a certain touch: traditional black, gray and white are spiced up in the living room with dusty pink and blue, in the children’s room with pink and blue and in the bedroom with soft pastel tones. Such shadows make the apartment much cozier and more welcoming.
The hallway that greets you when you enter this three-room apartment looks pleasantly large thanks to its white walls and light tiled floor. If you go further you will find the wonderful living room with an exit to the balcony which is the focus.
The arrangement of the kitchen and dining area is optimal for those who want to invite friends over for dinner. You can enjoy a glass of wine in the sun on the small terrace before continuing the evening in one of the restaurants in the city center.
At the other end of the apartment, in a quiet location towards the inner courtyard, is the master bedroom. The atmosphere here is peaceful and relaxing. The room is large and has space for a double bed, a reading corner and a small desk. To the right of the hall is a second bedroom with a view of the courtyard.