There is a fireplace on the left wall, black wrought iron candlesticks under the oversized clock, and red,white and blue art on the bedroom wall.
There is actually room for a narrow island in this kitchen if needed. I like that there are deep drawers across the bottom cabinets, much more efficient for storage.
This is the downstairs bedroom in the two above photos. Actually quite spacious. I have the urge to add a folded quilt to the bottom of the bed for a bit more texture, and perhaps a small rug at the end of the bed….a white one like under the dining table, for warmth in winter more than anything else. In the closets, visible above, mirrors and frosted glass reflect the light from the window.
The use of light enclosed in a shallow alcove under the window adds not just light, but interest, and actually visually expands the size of the window. Remember, they used this technique under the counter by the bar stools in the kitchen.
Those beams are really lovely. I would have preferred a bit larger shower considering that it appears the bathroom could have handled it.
Love how the light just pours from above into the interior of the apartment. Besides adequate pot lights, there are lights under the counter that casts additional light into the foyer.
They also placed lights in the alcove under the window. Although this office space is all white, it is a warm place to come into because of the accents…..the large white lantern, the leather magazine holder next to the desk, the whicker, hutch and art, all in the same warm wood tones. The eye has a chance to rest instead of darting around if there were pops of different colors all around. Good lesson here.
Glass doors assist in keeping the space bright, but also provide sound privacy while keeping the space looking open and expansive. The leather and wood accents and the white chair in the corner are perfect details. Add the tripod lamp, and textured textiles ….lovely. I love the sky windows, and the chance to look at the stars at night.
From this angle we can see the glass floor that accepts all the light that pours through from the sky windows. Another crystal chandelier adds the right amount of glitz to the TV room.
While not a huge space, it feels much larger because of the glass and light. I like that the sofa even rests on the glass. Although I think it would take some getting used to, I like the idea of glass in the floors, although I might have to spend time chasing dust bunnies because of the dogs, although perhaps there is a vacuum system built in that you turn on and it sucks them all away! I take off my shoes in my house, so scratches from shoes and grit would be minimal.
It would be difficult to ignore the pleas of anyone trying to get your attention from below. In reverse, it would be easy to keep tabs on the goings on from above as well.
The apartment includes an elevator as well as a staircase.
Well, I think that this is white done well. What do you think? If you are moving to Stockholm soon, this apartment is available for a bit more than a million US dollars. On another note, Yesterday was low 70’s. Today it is in the 40’s, gray and raining. We are waiting the possibility of a nor’easter . The daffodils and crocus are up, the leaves are pushing through the bud stage, knowing that the snow has to end sometime. When is sometime?……I dunno, and will not venture a guess. I hope you have a nice Sunday, the first one of spring. Laters, charisse