Located amongst delightful canals and quirky houseboats, the Home of Ferm Living dates back to 1770. This historic building is a visual space to show off some of their most iconic pieces to private consumers as well as wholesale clients and the press.
Welcome to this bright Swedish apartment which has been beautifully furnished and accessorised to create an inviting and cosy setting. Immediately we are greeted with two large windows which have been beautifully framed with floor to ceiling white curtains allowing ample natural light into the room.
Grey, beige, black and wood tints exhibited throughout this living space complement each other beautifully. The wooden coffee table, armchairs and console table warms up the space, which would otherwise be a grey and beige palette.
This contemporary kitchen space is kept minimal with a small number of accessories on the work surface. Natural textures coming from the dark wood tones and sleek, solid and raw-looking island adds an organic and sophisticated feel to the room.