Naturally bright and showcasing a space composition that constructs the setting for a comfortable, modern lifestyle, this apartment found on Stadshem keeps the most important features of the old arrangement, while displaying lavish colors and textures in an up-to-date interior design. This small but cozy apartment in Gothenburg’s Lorensberg district show that even a small space can become an open floor crib adapted to our modern society. Three tall windows flood the living, dining and kitchen with natural light which bounces off the original spruce wood floors. Leading up to the bedroom space, a varnished walnut staircase breaks the monotony of white walls while hiding storage spaces underneath. A built-in bookcase reaching to the ceiling adorns the living room and connects it to the mezzanine bedroom area. This open floor living space sums up to 38 square meters of living space, including a recently renovated bathroom. Glossy white cabinet doors and a solid black granite countertop in the kitchen create a modern background for cooking at home and impose a feeling of contemporary habitable space on the whole apartment.