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Delightful Eco-Reimagining of a Stockholm Attic

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This gorgeous attic conversion was formerly a dark, ignored attic space atop a large building built in 1885.

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How well the white walls, floor and ceiling express the joyousness of the sophisticated and charming apartment that now opens through the roof to the air outside.

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A comfortable modern life is enjoyed in a space neglected in centuries past.

The space is re-imagined as a eco dwelling in the heart of the city.

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Stockholm is a charming old residential city, so some of its most beautiful buildings date well back into the past.

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The apartment opens out to an inviting terrace overlooking the city’s rooftops.

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This terrace was created by peeling back the attic roof that typically covers this surprising possibility.

Dark flooring on the terrace matches the rooftops in the view.

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Both of the floors sum up to 1,302 square feet, with the kitchen downstairs.

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Stairs up to the top floor living room – that opens out onto the terrace – would make this feel more like a garden apartment, not an attic.

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On the lower floor, charming combinations of old, revamped details blend with modern contemporary accents typical of uncomplicated Swedish renovation.

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The lucky occupants of the Stockholm Apartment of course get a no-nonsense industrious and organized Swedish bathroom.

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Look at how much light is streaming in the bathroom door. It’s hard to imagine the space began as a dark attic!

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The space is carved out of a two story attic, tall enough to even include an additional mezzanine floor.

(Whatever did they store in this vast space in 1885?)

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I especially love how the bedroom is tucked into this really sweet space at the apex of the attic roof!

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The bedroom is actually on a mezzanine floor that looks out across another gorgeous space – down to the upper attic living room, where light is streaming in from the open terrace.

A truly heavenly abode in an old city.

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