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Nature getaway in the heart of a 76 m² design open to the outside

Nature getaway in the heart of a 76 m² design open to the outside

Imagined as a true haven of peace, just a stone's throw from the pleasant Långbro park, south of Stockholm, this 76 m² gives pride of place to a superb height under ceiling. Bathed in light thanks to a host of windows and bay windows, this very functional dream apartment has been tastefully furnished and decorated in a purely Scandinavian and resolutely modern spirit. Dotted with vegetal touches, this place of life on a human scale opens onto a large terrace, a small corner of cozy paradise. Discovery.

An open and bright kitchen-dining area


Joakim Johansson Boasting a beautiful ceiling height of three meters, the living room revolves around a large kitchen open to a dining area, and, on the other side, a small lounge area. Thanks to two large windows and a picture window, this superb living space is bathed in light and offers a breathtaking view of the patio terrace.

A kitchen where it is good to meet


Joakim Johansson The heart of the apartment, the kitchen was designed as a gathering place where it is good to be with family or friends. In terms of decoration, I fell in love with a tip that had a little effect: having replaced the handles of the various cupboard doors with leather straps. Refined detail at will which gives soul to this space dedicated to conviviality above all.

A dining room open to nature


Joakim Johansson Adjacent to the kitchen, the dining room consists of a beautiful raw wood table, accompanied by six coordinated chairs. Capable of accommodating eight people in all, if we add the two stools that surround the kitchen island, this is a space that promises good moments of sharing. As a bonus, the view of the patio which is definitely priceless!

A minimalist seating area


Joakim Johansson From the kitchen-dining room, take a look at the lounge area. More like a reading or TV corner than a real living room, this space still offers a nice touch to the living room with a deep sofa, a Scandinavian sideboard, a vintage String Pocket shelf and three flowered paintings.

A room tinged with pastel softness


Joakim Johansson To the left of the living area, we can guess a first sleeping area. Here, the first bedroom of the apartment, the master bedroom has been painted in pastel tones and also overlooks the patio. Enough to stay connected to nature without leaving your bed.

A soothingly decorated bathroom


Joakim Johansson Fully tiled, the apartment's large bathroom has a beautiful Villeroy & Boch bathtub and a minimalist decoration that calls for serenity and calm.

A baby room imbued with poetry


Joakim Johansson Transformed into a baby's bedroom, the second bedroom area of ​​the apartment gives pride of place to a refined and poetic decoration. Love at first sight for the hanging lamp dressed in birds and designed by Mathieu Challières.

A patio terrace like a haven of plant peace


Joakim Johansson The centerpiece of this astonishing 76 m², the patio terrace allows you to give the apartment a beautiful vegetal breath. True haven of peace preserved, this private garden brings together beautiful plants, aromatic herbs, shrubs and surrounding greenery. We already feel at home there…

Deco recovered and neat on the dream terrace


Joakim Johansson In detail, the decoration of this dream terrace plays fully the recovery card with all kinds of recycled containers: wooden wine boxes, jars and demijohns ... What create a beautiful garden in eco-chic soul with three times nothing.