This white apartment in Stockholm is full of various interesting architectural details. The most impressive are the steep slopes of the walls that stretch to a high ceiling. They are cut away to open large windows allowing natural light to come into the premise.
There are wall remnants that divide the space. They look like small staircases that dissolve mysteriously into the wall and the ceiling. The designer used unusual brickwork that brings charm and style to the large space. All the original features are not complicated with much décor.
The sloping ceilings are totally white and thus high. Your eye is caught down by colored sprinkling of rugs and cushions.
In the center of the apartment there is tallest wall that is decorated by beautiful red and white Fornasetti faces design from Cole & Son. Such adornment of the tallest wall in the premise makes the room proportional upwards and combats the feeling that the space closes in.
The remainder of the layout is fresh and neutral, bringing the feeling of an airy and light social space.