Concrete reigns supreme inside this Swedish apartment, which channels a concept store vibe.
The minimalist one-bedroom Stockholm property – on the market via Fantastic Frank for 4,995,000 SEK (approximately £445,000) – sits within in a 1902 building in Östermalm, and was completely refurbished by its architect owners Johanna Welander and Per Holmqvist in 2012.
It features an open living room and kitchen at the front, and a barrel-vaulted bedroom at the rear. Concrete walls and floors have been left exposed, while the ceiling is studded with skylights to draw light into the interior of the 67 sq m dwelling, which has no side windows.
Cool concrete tones have been paired with stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, while wooden furniture and a smattering of plants helps soften the austereness in the living room and bedroom.
The Östermalm abode comes with a private gravel courtyard that leads up to a shared terrace space, with room for a dining table and seating, and is just 200m from the city centre.
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