Good design should be at the heart of every interior design project, and the whole of this Stockholm apartment lives and breathes it. Living here would be just so easy. Not to mention, there’s a hotel attached that offers cleaning and laundry services, room service, a rooftop bar and a gym. The apartment is on the 16th floor of a block in the Norrmalm district of Stockholm, with stunning views over the city.
It’s the slick well-considered design that I’m most impressed with. Good quality materials have been used throughout. Industrial glass walls allow light to travel through the apartment, creating a bright space. The beautiful Carrara marble in the bathroom is one of my favourite materials and has been used to great effect. The lovely wooden floors have been finished seamlessly. The built-in storage has a Mid-Century feel which compliments the collection of assorted contemporary furniture designs. There’s also a great selection of artwork, books, decorative details, textiles and lighting throughout that give the potentially cold space a relaxed, lived-in feel; including all those gorgeous Louis Poulsen lamps.
I love open-plan living as it creates a sociable space, you can be cooking in the kitchen and still chat with your guests. The glass walls cleverly partition off each area without building barriers. Although I’m not too sure how I would feel having my bedroom on display to my guests whilst entertaining, maybe with all that storage it would be presentable.