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From an Old Brewery to a Stunning Apartment in Stockholm

This building was originally used as a brewery and its owners retained an industrial character with the huge black windows. Its huge spaces do not miss the spaciousness, so everything has a great place.

The apartment offers a spectacular ceiling height, large industrial windows, three bedrooms, two bathrooms and lovely social areas. Furnitures are simple in style but also high quality, in a very high price range. The overall view is slightly masculine, but it could be balanced with a few more feminine additions.

The huge velvet sofa and the dining area are my favorite, but I would totally not refuse the apartment if it could be mine! :)
Here's an airy studio feeling that has been preserved and reinforced. Decorative arches have been added - so-called slits - and run along the ceiling. A really nice solution that enhances the feeling of height and space.

The smoked glass glass table is vintage.

The ceiling lamp is a real design classic called Sputnik. Find similar at Wayfair.

The leather chairs really work in this environment.

Special kitchen cabinets in American cedar color and countertop in stainless steel. I like choosing not to use closed storage, but an open solution above the sink. It gives a more airy impression.

The kitchen is complete with a dining area consisting of classic Y-chairs by Hans J. Wegner, a black table and bench.

The narrow plank floor is consistently made of white pigmented and hardwax oiled oak.

Love this set here with the green armchair from Decotique brand, floor lamp from John Lewis, and the candlestick.

The huge factory windows are found in all the rooms that face the Igeldamm street and the courtyard.

Really like the bathtub, here's a similar from The Home Depot.

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