Spacious Penthouse Displaying an Elegant Design in Stockholm

Spacious Penthouse Displaying an Elegant Design in Stockholm

Tall ceilings and a clever layout can contribute to the much needed idea of space. Here is a penthouse that displays generous interiors which fit this profile. Located in Stockholm’s artsy Birkastan neighborhood, the apartment features tall white walls, enhancing the feeling of an airy home. The living room is the core of the penthouse, with large windows and minimalist arrangements. A large sofa adorns the room, still leaving enough space for armchairs, a piano, a fireplace, a lovely round glass table and a wide screen TV. A semi-oval window draws attention and at the same time lets in plenty of natural light. The two bedrooms are furnished with built-in wardrobes and the slightly larger bedroom has a lovely walk-in closet and an adjacent bathroom. Both bathrooms enjoy exclusive furnishings and are equipped with underfloor heating. Enjoy the contemporary atmosphere of this penthouse found on Skeppsholmen and don’t forget to mention your thoughts below.

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  • David Traversa March 9, 2015 at 01:17 AMLogin to Reply →

    What a great apartment!!
    Very spacious and light, comfortable from every point of view.
    Looking at these pictures (probably a very distorted look
    compared to the 3D reality of the thing) I find that such high
    ceilings with that long stretch of empty white walls give me a
    feeling of nakedness…, could it be possible that we are getting
    away (aesthetically) from high ceilings due to the almost universal
    preponderance of low ceilings??
    Human brains can be brainwashed so easily…
    And I, fiercely, HATE low ceilings…