Crisp Three-Bedroom Apartment in Sweden Featuring an Open Floor Plan

Crisp Three-Bedroom Apartment in Sweden Featuring an Open Floor Plan

The three bedroom apartment you can see in the following photos is located on Kungsholmen Island in Stockholm, Sweden. As you can clearly see, the exquisite interiors express a pure lifestyle, punctuated by bold splashes of colour. The 1,550 square feet residence gathers guests around a central living area connected to the kitchen by the arrangement of the open floor plan. The three bedrooms of the apartment offer comfortable resident and guest accommodations. All the entertaining and private rooms of the home are built around a central idea of pure white walls with clean design lines. The beautifully displayed furniture keeps the same crisp design line in order to convey an amazing feeling of relaxation. Just by looking at the pictures, I can imagine how it would be like to walk around the white open floor plan apartment. Featuring over 30 square feet, the terrace offers an urban panorama of the city and the Klara Sjö canal. One of the two bathrooms of the apartment has a sauna that ensures a healthy and relaxed lifestyle. Offered at $ 1,35 million, the apartment can be bought from here. Tell us, wouldn’t you like to live here?



  • Rug Trader May 17, 2011 at 13:33 PMLogin to Reply →

    Nice placement of shaggy rugs. They’re great for adding a focal point and depth to a room.

  • sket May 17, 2011 at 16:57 PMLogin to Reply →

    There are a lot of posts here about Swedish apartments. Most of them are rather small so i understand why they are all white with a couple of colorfull accents. This however is a nice spacious flat, so the white in here is overwhelming and it’s almost reminiscent of a small clinic. Add some colors Swedes! :))

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  • Ines May 17, 2011 at 19:09 PMLogin to Reply →

    Didn t enjoy the pillars right in the middle of the rooms

  • Elise May 17, 2011 at 21:16 PMLogin to Reply →

    That’s way too much white for me! I really think it looks dull and uninhabited, but that’s me!
    Great space anyway!

  • A May 18, 2011 at 02:31 AMLogin to Reply →

    a little bit too much white I feel as well, with this kind of nice openness in this project, adding more wood/ colour in it may makes it feel more of a home then an institutional like building.

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  • Lola May 20, 2011 at 06:03 AMLogin to Reply →

    I’ve never seen a more depressing children’s room. It look’s like a cancer ward.