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Functional yet stylish 40 square meters Swedish flat

This fabulous turn of the century apartment, spotted on Stadshem, in Linnaeus Town, Sweden features original details and great space planning. At only 430 square feet (40 square meters) this small home has just enough space for a bedroom/living area, a kitchen with integrated laundry space and bathroom. The living room has plenty of space for a bed and sofa as well as storage space while still maintaining an open, airy feel. Stylish sliding wall panels conceal bookcases, a television, and two large closets up to the ceiling with wire crates and clothes rods. An elegant setting in the corner of the living area is adorned by a beautiful fireplace. Doors spill out onto a gorgeous balcony with magnificent views over the rooftops and mountainous landscape. In the kitchen, the exposed brick gives the kitchen personality, mixed with white walls and cabinetry.

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Devon
7 years ago

Hello,
amazing apartment!!
Is it possible to have the brand of the mirror with the little counter in the entryway ?
Thanks!!

Sheri
7 years ago

I want to live in this apartment!

Beth
7 years ago

So, counting the kitchen, bath and entry, it is probably 600 sf plus balcony. An grnerous sized studio!

Hannah
7 years ago

I adore this, its given me some good ideas for my small apt. Love its warmth and
little touches, and plants.

7 years ago

beautiful. loved the textiles. and the greens.
serene!

jg
7 years ago

a great example of how so much can be done with limited space and a whole lotta style.

Erika
7 years ago

You are extrremely talented! Absolutely beautiful…

Lillian
7 years ago

Where is the sofa from? I am looking for a mini sofa/love seat that I can use in my dining area…

Nana
7 years ago

This apartment is such an inspiration! Would you be able to share more details of how you use those PAX to build the built-in Closet/TV unit? Also, would you mind sharing how you make those PAX doors “slide” ? Did you have to build the rails yourself?