An Artful Attic Apartment

We would like to welcome you to this stunning attic apartment. As you enter this entrancing space, you are welcomed by a white rigid wall that tricks the mind into thinking there is a staircase just upon you. Not only does this feature make the mind believe that there is a higher level to this apartment, it also adds a raw texture to the interior space, that is so beautifully softened by its surroundings. Welcoming you in or offering you out with a comfortable space to take your shoes off and on, is the widely known Fritz Hansen Drop Chair.

As you enter the contemporary living space you are greeted with a variety of seating options. An industrial influenced lounge chair offers additional seating for guests alongside the sofa. Beneath, this homeowner has opted for a pale, fluffy rug, keeping within the floors décor yet adding warmth and comfort to this much loved, cool colour scheme. This apartment takes advantage of the natural light that has been granted to it. The skylights allow light to flood down through the ceiling whilst the arched window situated below shows off this building’s raw character and history whilst providing the space with one of the building’s stunning artifacts.

This living space has been lovingly framed with a series of artistic prints that offer colour and character to the plain, white wall behind. You will notice that these pieces of art incorporate some of the most common colours seen throughout this apartment. The colours chosen brings this space together, intensifying a warmer atmosphere throughout.

Over on the other side of this space, is where the homeowner has chosen to create their relaxing dining area. It is overshadowed by a unique pendant lamp that matches simultaneously with the raw and organic pieces that is seen displayed on this table.

As you can see here, the Ferm Living Plant Box is not only for storing plants, it can also be used to display many different objects. Nestled underneath is the Shell Pot, also by Ferm Living. This decorative pot could be a great way to store everyday items such as keys, money and so on.

We love the way this kitchen offers so much storage yet takes up so little room. Again, a nautical styled pot is displayed on the kitchen countertop, suggesting that this apartment could be lucky enough to be by the sea. The grey cabinets have been chosen to seamlessly match in with the rest of this space, whereas the dark wooden cupboards add warmth into the space along with the other wooden elements spotted throughout this apartment.

A Normann Copenhagen Amp Pendant Light gently illuminates this living space. The smoke effect of this lamp enhances a cosy atmosphere into this interior whilst casting a warming glow.

Gleaming spotlights illuminate this kitchen countertop perfectly, making nighttime cooking easy and enjoyable for this homeowner.

This has got to be one of the coziest bedrooms we have seen. Imagine lying in this bed looking up into the whimsical night sky. The fresh, white bed linen is in-keeping with the rest of this apartment’s décor. Quirky features such as the pencil-legged side table create an imaginative space where you can let your dreams run away with you.

Styled by Emma Fisher and photographed by Alen Cordic for Bjurfors. This article was first seen on Coco Lapine Design.


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