With an impressive interior, this Swedish loft located in the attic of an old house dating from the beginning of the 20th century (Kungsholmen, Stockholm) is now for sale. You can purchase it for a staggering price of $2.5 million. Exuding coziness, the apartment is the perfect choice for those in search of a home in one of Europe’s most cosmopolitan and exclusive cities. Among Stockholm’s main assets, the exciting cultural life and the unicity of its’ architecture, I’d like to highlight its numerous number of islands and the bohemian atmosphere encompassing the city. Yes, these may be less important than the house itself or the way it makes you feel, but they continue to wield influence over you when in doubt.
The apartment displays a neat and airy interior (boasting five tastefully decorated rooms). Envisioned as an open plan lounge area, the kitchen, the dining room and the living room open up to the terrace, where you can have tea while enjoying the stylish urban environment. “Sophistication” is the best word to describe the interior of this loft. White walls and gorgeous furniture items adorn the living room area. Despite the modern whiff characterising it, traditional elements such as the exposed beams have been also inserted to mirror the Scandinavian style.