Two terraces – this is one of the most remarkable features of this beautiful Stockholm apartment. This 60-square meter loft is located on the top floor of the building, built in the 16th century and rebuilt in the 19th, offers a stunning view over the roofs of the Old Town.

The combination of powdery pink and gray is perfectly balanced in this open space. Antique stuff coexist with modern design, eye-catching decorations with practical and simple purchases from IKEA. All this eclecticism perfectly fits into the idea of Scandinavian design, because it can be different, for all tastes.

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Photography:
Johan Carlson via skonahem.com