Small Swedish Loft

Welcome to a spacious, modern apartment that despite its Scandinavian origins, seems sprung out a New York interior design magazine. This generous loft found on PerJansson and located in Stockholm, Sweden, was renovated and re-designed by architect Daniel Nyström .

Its present appearance is tasteful and inspiring, which is why we decided to showcase it on Freshome. The apartment has no less than 700 square feet and is structured as follows: an open plan living room with dining and kitchen area, a transparent bedroom, a large hallway, dressing room and two bathrooms. The layout approach is daring, as the architect decided to go for an open, connected space, welcoming socializing. However, the living, kitchen and bedroom areas are cleverly delimited through the use of colors, textures and glass accordingly. Floor to ceiling windows ensure a large degree of natural light inside the loft.

I especially like the separation of the bedroom with the glass wall and curtains – what better way to divide space when you don’t have much of it?

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