Welcome to a renovated century-old apartment in Stockholm, Sweden. Discovered by Freshome on the real estate brokerage website of Skeppsholmen, this five-room Scandinavian home inspires functionality and comfort. Many of the historic building’s original elements have been preserved, one reason why it exudes so much charm.

High ceilings, chest panels, pine floors and generously sized windows define this 1,900-square-foot apartment, located in Stockholm’s lovely Vasastan district. 

From the welcoming hall, you reach the kitchen and dining area, which features a cooking island, a tiled stove and a table for eight. The next three rooms, each with its own distinct personality, face the street. An old pharmacy cabinet in one was creatively transformed into a work table thanks to a stainless steel countertop.

A delightful mix of furnishings defines the living room, a gathering space filled with muted colors and natural light. The fireplace’s ceramic finish adds a familiar tone to the mix. A kitchen staircase leads up to a sunroom with a roof terrace, offering residents the chance to take in the pulse of the city. What do you think of this eclectic Stockholm apartment?